Vancouver electronic music pioneers Craig Joseph Huxtable (Landscape Body Machine, Noise Unit) and Chris Peterson (Front Line Assembly, Decree, Delerium) return with a brand new album and a brand new incarnation on Artoffact Records: OHMelectronic. The album is the follow-up of their debut album “Ohm” and follows the release the single “Everything is Gone” featuring Galen Waling (Lords of Acid, PIG) on drums.
Note that the artwork for their new features the work of legendary Canadian album artist Simon Paul (Universal, SUBcon).
The album is out tomorrow, but you can now listen to an exclusive preview of the full album on Side-Line! You can order the release as a download and CD straight from Bandcamp!
OHMelectronic will be playing at this year’s Infest festival in Bradford, UK August 23-25. This show is currently slated to be OHMelectronic’s only UK show for 2019.
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