Joel Rydström and Magnus Fransson set up Cat Rapes Dog in 1984. The Swedish duo got world-wide recognition in the 90s. The albums “Maximum Overdrive”.
Tag archives: Machinista
The time has come for a new APOP release in the form of an EP titled “Nein Danke!”, including three brand new tracks; “Atom &.
Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Swedish Machinista duo is back on track unleashing their third full length in history. The first album “Xenoglossy” was released in 2014.
Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: This is the next EP/single released by Patrik Hansson (Vanguard) and another song that will get featured on Uncreated’s debut album “Eternal”..
Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: John Lindqwister (also involved with Cat Rapes Dog) and Richard Flow (also member of Vision Talk) are back on track with this.
Double interview: Alex Møklebust (Zeromancer/Seigmen) and Stephan Groth (Apoptygma Berzerk) about remixing
SnifferGod, aka Alex Møklebust from Zeromancer and Seigmen, produced one of the best remixes of the 20-something tracks for the Electro Spectre remix contest. With.
The Swedish act Machinista are working hard on the final tracks for their upcoming album “Anthropocene”. But you won’t have to wait that long to.
Genre/Influences: Electro-pop. Background/Info: Machinista strikes back with a brand-new song entitled “Pain Of Every Day”. The Swedish electro-pop formation gained some recognition with their two.
Genre/Influences: Electro-pop, body-pop, electro-ambient. Background/Info: Based in Manchester (UK), AnalogueTrash Records is one of the few growing labels from the past few years. The label.
Massive tribute to Rational Youth to be released on 3LP (+ 2CD) – time to order your copy (there are no digital copies)
Out in a few weeks – and available here – is the massive tribute album “Heresy – A Tribute to Rational Youth”. The release features.
Genre/Influences: Synth-pop. Content: While the new album (cf. “Garmonbozia”) of Machinista is still in the flow, this new release is a look back to the.
Machinista has been on our radar for quite some time and the Swedish duo have proven quite well they deserve their spot in the electropop.
Genre/Influences: Synth-pop. Content: It all started with the impressive “Xenoglossy”-full length, released by Juggernaut Music Group during 2014 revealing a few outstanding synth-pop songs like.