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OMD launch 40th anniversary boxset ‘Souvenir – The Singles 1979-2019’ + MEGAtour

OMD have announced a brand new 40th anniversary career-spanning boxset and comprehensive singles collections. “Souvenir – The Singles 1979-2019” will be released on October 4th on 2CD and 3LP formats. It is a comprehensive collection of all 39 OMD singles from “Electricity” to “What Have We Done”, plus a brand new 40th single, “Don’t Go” which you can listen to below. A limited edition 5CD+2DVD career spanning boxset will also be released. Discs 1 and 2 are the same as the 2CD format – the 40 singles in chronological order. Disc 3 is a collection of 22 unheard and unreleased tracks from the OMD archive, newly mixed by Paul Humphreys. Some of these are unfinished ideas, others are full unreleased songs. Disc 4 is a full live recording from the Mermaid Theatre in London, February 2011. The show was for BBC Radio 2 in support of the “History of Modern” album. Disc 5 is a newly discovered full live recording from the Hammersmith Odeon in May 1983 in support of the “Dazzle Ships” album. Disc 6 is a DVD featuring 23 OMD performances on the BBC spanning from ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test’ in April 1980 to ‘Later With Jools […]

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‘Click Interview’ with Outpost 11: ‘Do What You Feel Necessary, But Beware For The Consequences’

Rodion Skityaev is a Russian musician operating from Moscow (Russia). He last year released the official debut album “Resonate” of his sonic brainchild Outpost 11. The CD format has been released on Advoxya Records and sounds as a powerful sonic bridge between EBM and dark-electro. The sound has something 90s-like reminding me formations such as X Marks The Pedwalk and early Skinny Puppy. It’s a real promising debut from a band we’ve to keep an eye on. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Outpost 11 is a rather new name active at the wider fields of EBM and dark-electronic music. How did you get in touch with this music style and what do you consider as your main sources of inspiration? Rodion: Well, I first got in touch with this kind of music not even knowing what I was listening to. Back in time I was just a kid playing video games. And those games featured pretty good soundtracks. I played a lot of C&C games, featuring brilliant music of Frank Klepacki. I also adore Quake franchise, especially the first three games. The soundtrack of the first game was done by Trent Reznor, the second game was scored by Sonic […]

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