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Belgian electro act Cubic reshapes latest 808 DOT POP album into ‘The Cubic Temperature’ – exclusive Bandcamp megamix bonus track

In June last year the Belgian electronic act 808 DOT POP released its debut album “The Colour Temperature”. The release was extremely well received and was followed by a string of singles including a remix by the Belgian electronic music veteran Franky Deblomme aka Cubic for “Kelvin” and this for 7″ single release. What first seemed to be a one-shot remix turned into a further collaboration. More tracks were reworked and finally the idea grew to recreate all of the tracks on the debut album. A few months later “The Cubic Temperature” was born which holds reworks of “The Colour Temperature” and related singles, including B-sides. The release is available on CD and as Bandcamp download (including an exclusive 13 minute megamix on Bandcamp called “The Cubic Mix”) from March 26th on but can be pre-ordered already. Bandcamp buyers will get an instant download of 2 tracks already when pre-ordering, including said megamix. The Cubic Temperature by 808 DOT POP

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‘Click Interview’ with Tineidae: ‘I Love Telling Stories With Melodies’

TINEIDAE is a project I discovered back in 2012 by the “Lights”-album released on the now defunct Tympanik Audio. The next album “Shadows” released in 2014 featured a similar taste for IDM and Electro-Ambient Electronics. But after that second album and the end of Tympanik Audio it became quite silent in the TINEIDAE circle. A lot of things happened and one of the main changes was Pavlo Storonsky left his homeland, Ukraine, to relocate in Warsaw (Poland). He started to compose new music and this year signed to Cryo Chamber to unleash the Cinematographic work “Exo”. The opus reveals an important evolution in sound, but a similar passionate and overwhelming sound experience. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: After the “Shadows”-album released in 2014 it took you several years to release a new full length. You last year released “Slowly Drown In Static”, which already was like a real album and this year you released “Exo”. Why did it take that long to release a new full length and what kind of work did you want to accomplish with “Exo”? Pavlo: A lot of things have changed since the last full-length album released on Tympanik Audio; from moving to other […]

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Front 242 releases two ’91 live recordings (live in the EU and USA) + new Daniel B. album

Good news from the Front 242 headquarters. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you had to miss the numerous Front 242 concerts planned in 2020. But now the Front 242 live shows come to you until you can see the band live at work again. The band has more or less started pre-orders on what many consider the holy 242 grail with 2 live recordings (USA and EU) which were recorded during the band’s 91 tour. They are available in two formats via the Alfa Matrix webstore: Front 242 – “91” (live in the EU) 2xLP Front 242 – “USA 91” (live in the USA) digipak CD About the double vinyl release, it comes strictly limited to 1242 copies worldwide. The 2 cream-colored vinyls are inserted in a luxury carton slipcase packaging with soft touch varnish. The 20-track “Sounds From The Matrix 022” Alfa Matrix compilation is also inserted in each deluxe box.  Good to know, the first 300 ordered copies of the double-vinyl edition set will receive a numbered exclusive Front 242 live carton photo (210x140mm).  Both sets are also available via Bandcamp as downloads where you can already preview various tracks: Front 242 – “91” (live in the EU) […]

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Side-Line exclusive : Watch the new video from The Below and Aaron Sutcliffe

Swedish industrial project The Below and vocalist Aaron Sutcliffe have teamed up for an anti-war song, “No Place is Safe”, to be released on January 15, that’s today. Originally written in the midst of the 2014 Gaza conflict, it was not finalised until now. You can also grab the track from Bandcamp. No Place is Safe (featuring Aaron Sutcliffe) by The Below featuring Aaron Sutcliffe About Aaron Sutcliffe Aaron Sutcliffe is an alias of Johan Malmgren (of S.P.O.C.K) used for recording electronic covers of classic rock songs. Aaron Sutcliffe is presented as an entirely separate person from Johan, with a fictional backstory claiming he was the frontman for an American rock band called The Rebel Trousers in the 1980s. The first Aaron Sutcliffe album focused on covers of Elvis Presley songs and was produced by Eskil Simonsson (of Covenant), while his second album featured covers of The Beatles and was produced by Andreas Tilliander. About The Below The Below is a solo project from the bass player of the infamous industrial ensemble Dr. Evil & The Boys From Below (active between 1985 and 1992). After the group disbanded there were no plans to continue playing and all instruments were either […]

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‘Click Interview’ with La Breiche: ‘We’re Definitely Not Looking For An Established Formula’

French duo  Yan Arexis – Patrick Lafforgue last year released the second album of their LA BREICHE project. The French musicians are still involved with multiple other projects, STILLE VOLK being another familiar name. The new album “Le Rite” released on Cold Spring is fusion between different influences like Ethereal-, Neo-Folk-, Industrial- and Ritual music, creating an intimate atmosphere. I talked about the work with Yan Arexis. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: You guys are involved with numerous projects so what’s the specificity of LA BREICHE and what can you express through this project you maybe can’t in others? Yan: Behind LA BREICHE always is this idea of archaism, mineral, animal, animist. Next there’s the composition, which is featuring a different approach, it’s less determined. It feels a bit like a quest. You’re walking at an unknown path, which I must admit is pretty exciting. You know the place where you are, but you never know where’s the final point. So we’re trying a lot of things; we’re holding the ones we like and forget the others. We’re definitely not looking for an established formula as it’s the other way round. Q: How did the transition from your debut […]

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