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Italy’s dark ambient newcomers Vacuum Aeterna debut available now from Cyclic Law – listen to the preview

Cyclic Law has unearthed quite an interesting dark ambient project. Italy’s newcomers Vacuum Aeterna debut with “Project:Darkscapes“, the first instalment in a conceptual series. You may expect deep atmospherics which clash with tribal percussions and industrial noises. Cyclic Law is releasing the album in an edition of just 300 copies in a 4 panels digipak counting 9 tracks. You can preview the album below and order the release straight from the label.

Funker Vogt to release ‘Code of Conduct’ in June – pre-orders available now

Out by the end of June is “Code of Conduct“, the newest Funked Vogt album. “Code of Conduct” comes 4 years after the release of the band’s last album “Companion in Crime”. Along with their new singer, Chris L.(Agonoize/The Sexorcist), Gerrit Thomas and Rene Dornbusch will present the new single “Der letzte Tanz” followed by the new album “Code of Conduct.” The 16-track album includes the following bonus tracks: “Theater of War”, “Army of the Doomed”, “Der letzte Tanz (Rise of an Empire Mix)” and “Der letzte Tanz (Intent:Outtake)”. This is a Repo Records worldwide release which especially US fans can order from this fine mail order.

Two new singles from Scandroid

 
Klayton, under his Scandroid moniker, has released a new single, titled “Rendezvous.” With a release date of April 28, the single follows the Dreams of Neo-Tokyo remix companion to the self-titled debut; featuring the track in both a vocal and instrumental version, “Rendezvous” is described by the artist as, “An upbeat anthem to late night […]

Laibach announces new album, spring tour

 
The Slovenian art/music collective Laibach has announced the release of the group’s latest album, titled Also Sprach Zarathustra. The album features updated versions of the compositions originally created for a theatrical production directed by Matjaž Berger for the Anton Podbevšek Theatre (APT) in Novo Mesto, Slovenia; the production made its premiere in March of 2016, […]

Debut album announced from new project featuring members of Armageddon Dildos and Empire State Human

Dirk Krause (Armageddon Dildos) and Aidan Casserly (Empire State Human) have joined forced to form a new project, Ferrochrome; featuring an electric mix of darkly poetic lyrics and energetic electronic grooves, the band will be releasing its debut album, Medusa Water, on August 4 via Meshwork Music. With Krause based in Düsseldorf, Germany and Casserly […]

Goldfrapp vocalist makes her directorial debut with latest music video

 
Having recently performed in Philadelphia and New York, electronic duo Goldfrapp has unveiled the music video for “Systemagic,” the latest single from the band’s critically acclaimed Silver Eye album. In her directorial debut, vocalist Alison Goldfrapp expands on the artwork she created for the album, expressing her enjoyment in the director’s seat and hopes to […]

Reissue for Dieter Moebius’ 2011 album ‘Ding’ on vinyl for the very first time!

Out this summer is a vinyl reissue of Dieter Moebius’ 2011 album “Ding”. It’s the first time that “Ding” (together with “Kram” which can be ordered here) has been made available on vinyl. The liner notes were again penned by Moebius’ friend, the U.S. composer, producer and musician Tim Story. Orders are being taken now. Dieter Moebius passed away in the summer of 2015 after battling cancer and since then his final 4 solo albums have been reissued. He was a German/Swiss experimental/krautrock/ambient/electronic musician who studied art in Brussels and Berlin. It was in Berlin that he met Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Conrad Schnitzler (Tangerine Dream). They founded Kluster in 1969. After the departure of Schnitzler, they changed their name to Cluster. Later Moebius and Roedelius founded the band Harmonia with Michael Rother (Neu!), a fellow Brian Eno collaborator. Dieter Moebius was involved in numerous projects with such musicians as Conny Plank and Mandani Neumeier (Guru Guru). Needless to say that this is a must have release from a very influential electronic artist. Below is a track from “Ding”.

KMFDM leaves Metropolis and sign with earMusic to release ‘Rocks – Milestones Reloaded’ remix album, out on double vinyl as well

After spending nearly a decade-and-a-half with Metropolis Records, KMFDM has now signed with the metal label earMusic to release “Rocks – Milestones Reloaded”, the first album for their new label. The album itself (check the tracklist right here) offers a retrospective of KMFDM’s more recent history, selected by Sascha Konietzko and Lucia Cifarelli. The collection of never-before-heard remixes comes alongside some newer tracks. The album will be out in the next days and can be ordered right here on vinyl. You can watch a teaser below.

Lydia Lunch & Cypress Grove cover The Doors, Tom Petty and lots more on ‘Under the covers’ cover album – available on vinyl too

Out this Summer (incl. in a limited vinyl quantity which is available here) is “Under the covers”, an 11 track strong cover album by Lydia Lunch and Cypress Grove. This album also marks the third collaborative effort by Lydia Lunch with British guitarist Cypress Grove after “A Fistful of Desert Blues” and “Twin Horses” (with Spiritual Front). Included are the following tracks covered by the duo: “Ode to Billie Joe” (Bobbie Gentry), “Breakdown” (Tom Petty), “A Thousand Miles of Bad Road” (Aaron Lee Tasjan), “Blaze of Glory” (John Bon Jovi), “Red, White and Pink Slip Blues” (Mark Stephen Jones/Bud Tower), “Midnight Rider” (Gregg Allman/Robert Payne), “The Spy” (Jim Morrison), “I want You” (Elvis Costello), “Won’t leave You alone” (Lydia Lunch/James Johnston), “Do it again” (Walter Becker/Donald Fagen) and finally the 11th track, “Low” (David Lowery/Johnny Hickman/Davey Faragher). You can already pre-order this fine album on CD and vinyl.

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