Much demanded re-issue one of the key albums in the Coil discography – “A Thousand Lights In A Darkened Room” with unreleased bonus-track. Recorded in 1996 as “Black Light District” Project, the name was taken from a track by Boyd Ri…
Poland, Poznań, MTP, 18/20-05-2018
Pioneering electronic group Meat Beat Manifesto has announced a handful of U.S shows in support of the band’s January, 2018 album Impossible Star, including the N.Y.C. and Chicago dates of the ColdWaves industrial festival. The band will also play a June 8 show featuring MC 900 Ft. Jesus and September dates in Denver and Miami. […]
Goldfrapp has announced that a deluxe edition of the electronic duo’s 2017 album Silver Eye will be released on July 2 via Mute. The two-disc set features new artwork and a bonus disc of remixes, including a previously unreleased remix of “Anymore” from the band’s Will Gregory and a new version of “Ocean” re-imagined as […]
Soundtracks for the Blind, the last studio album from influential experimental group Swans before its mid-’90s dissolution and subsequent 2010 reincarnation, will be released on vinyl for the first time on July 20 via band founder Michael Gira’s Young God Records label. With elements encompassing the group’s initial 15 years of work, the record features […]
With a new album and as one of the premier acts on the bill for this year’s PIGFest 3.0, Particle Son speaks with ReGen about the dangers of technological addiction and the need for a communal spirit in today’s goth/industrial scene.
An InterView with Vex March, Jared Scott, & Sandi Leeper of Particle Son
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Out in June is ‘Rework’, a brand new DAF (Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft) single holding 6 exclusive remixes of classics, by Boys Noize, Giorgio Moroder, Westbam & ML, DJ Hell & Robert Görl, and Gabi Delgado himself. The remix release will also get a vinyl treatment (you can order a copy of this vinyl right here) next to a CD version (which is available here). The track list: Der Mussolini [Giorgio Moroder & Denis Naidanow rmx] Sato Sato [Westbam/ML rmx) Als wär’s das erste Mal [Boys Noize rmx] Liebe auf den ersten Blick [Görl & Hell rmx] Goldenes Spielzeug [Lor rmx] Der Mussolini [Gabi Delgado’s Hysteric Disco rmx] DAF (Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft) formed in 1978 featuring Gabriel “Gabi” Delgado-López (vocals), Robert Görl (drums, percussion, electronic instruments), Kurt “Pyrolator” Dahlke (electronic instruments), Michael Kemner (bass-guitar) and Wolfgang Spelmans (guitar). Kurt Dahlke was replaced by Chrislo Haas (electronic instruments, bass guitar, saxophone) in 1979. Since 1981, the band has consisted of Delgado-López and Görl.
This is great news for the DAFficcionados: Robert Görl (DAF) releases the lost Paris tapes on vinyl and CD. But let’s rewind in time. In the early 1980s Robert Görl and Gabi Delgado were quite successful as the duo DAF, until they split up in 1982 following a dispute. In 1986, after a short-lived attempt at a reunion, they broke up again, and this time for a significantly longer period of time. Regarding this era Robert Görl said that it was a very difficult time for him and that he was deeply disappointed in his musical partner and friend. The conflict got so big that after working on the LP “1st Step to Heaven” Görl lost all interest in making music. “The Paris tapes” holds tracks which Robert Görl recorded in the late 80ies in Paris and that he was never able to finish due to various personal problems/accidents etc. A cassette of the unfinished songs turned up years later in a suitcase he had deposited in his brother’s barn. Although the tracks aren’t produced properly you get an idea behind the artist Robert Görl and as such this release is a true document of its time. You can order […]
Out in August is the all-new remastered double vinyl heavy-weight 180 gram edition of Legend’s smashing debut album “Fearless”. The album reissue comes in a special wide-spine sleeve and is available on very limited double red vinyl (you can order it right here) or on regular double vinyl (available here)! Legend is an Icelandic duo consisting of Krummi Björgvinsson and Halldor Á. Björnsson, who release music under the Canadian label Artoffact Records. Björgvinsson who was previously the singer and songwriter for Mínus, acts as Legend’s singer and manager. Their musical style is experimental, drawing on electronica, at times being classified as a form of 1980s Electro-industrial music.
Belgian formation Pro Patria has been set up by Peter Vercauteren (PVC). The band was mainly active during the 80s and rapidly became one of the most promising EBM formations from that time. As Peter explains, ‘the name Pro Patria was simply a coincidence of things; perhaps we were unconsciously influenced by the SA42-song at the time, but personally I was also obsessed with Latin, which also showed in many of the early songs’. Unfortunately things went the other way round, Pro Patria never broke through and finally stopped all activities. More than 15 years later Pro Patria was asked to play live again and Peter Vercauteren finally decided to reactivate the project. The self-released album “Back To Basics” reveal a passionate and retro-like EBM, which brought me to get in touch with Peter. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries / pics with kind permission of Jirka Blumenthal and Uwe Rudolph) Q: Can you first of all remind us how Pro Patria saw the daylight and how did you get ‘contaminated’ by the EBM-virus? Peter: Pro Patria saw the daylight halfway the eighties because of a friend who wanted to create a band and needed someone who could play keys. After […]