Year: 2018

In Strict Confidence launches new EP ‘Mercy’

“Mercy” is the title of a brand new EPCD by In Strict Confidence and is a new teaser for the all new album to be released later this year. You can order the EP right now. The EP comes larded with remixes by Solar Fake, yelworC and Caleidoskop, among others. Also included are non-album tracks and the ISC-typical “Extended Version”. 7 tracks in total. The track list is as follows: Mercy 4:27 Mercy (Solar Fake Remix) 3:43 Thorn to the world (Roquaijam adopted) 3:42 Mercy (Caleidoskop Remix) 4:49 Devil´s Trident (yelworC Version) 4:55 Mercy (Extended Version) 6:07 Promised Land (Traces of Ghosts Remix) 5:45

Sola Fake launches ‘You Win. Who cares?’ boxset next to double vinyl and 2CD digipak set

Sven Friedrich’s project Solar Fake has a new album coming up: “You Win. Who Cares?”, which is the follow-up to the project’s previous studio album “Another Manic Episode” (2015). The new album will be available in 3 physical formats, a double vinyl (available here), a 2CD digipak (available here) and a limited edition fan-box (available here) featuring: Deluxe Edition of the album Exclusive bonus-CD “Tranquilised” – featuring 7 acoustic versions of album tracks A metal pendant/Key chain with Solar Fake logo A specially designed Solar Fake Gym Bag A hand-numbered certificate of ownership You will surely now Friedrich from his other projects Zeraphine and Dreadful Shadows. Solar Fake itself was founded in 2006, and a first album (“Broken Grid”) followed 2 years later via the Synthetic Symphony label.

ArtOfFact launches mega deal on Bandcamp (1$ releases) – here’s what you can expect!

The fine Canadian label ArtOfFact records has launched a mega-sale with tons of releases priced at just 1$. You can visit this special sales page right here on Bandcamp. Included in this special Bandcamp sale action are releases by such bands as Controlled Bleeding, Dead When I Found Her, Seeming, Out Out, Legend, Encephalon, Ghost Twin, Glass Apple Bonzai, Valhall, Noise Unit, SÓLSTAFIR, Nash the Slash, 3teeth, Mirror (Dave Gahan), Slow, Mobile Clones, Images in Vogue, … Happy hunting!

‘Click Interview’ with Egoprisme: ‘My Goal Isn’t To Become Famous, But To Share Feelings Through Music’

As a journalist I think it’s not my goal to only speak about ‘famous’ and/or ‘established’ artists, but still to make you discover new talents. Egoprisme is a French solo-project set up and driven by Jean-Marc Le Droff. The debut album “Among Noise” released on the French label Manic Depression Records revealed a great mix of cold, vintage electronics and typical dark-wave guitar parts. Egoprisme is not innovating, but simply getting us back to the thrilling period of the 80s. It’s a great sonic trip, which got me curious to know a bit more about this project. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Can you briefly introduce yourself and give us some background information about your music ‘career’ which finally lead to Egoprisme? JM: I am a 39 years old French musician based in Brest, France. I have a classical music background, then I moved to Rock and Electronic music. Egoprisme is a recent solo-project, and the result of various musical experiments and collaborations. It started in my home studio three years ago. Since then, I’ve been performing in many clubs in France and more recently in Berlin and Warsaw. I released two EP’s in 2015 and 2016 on Beko […]

‘Click Interview’ with BySenses: ‘We Are Not Chosen, We Are People’

Didier Dewachtere is a Belgian artist from 53 years old. He started to like electronic music at his 15th birthday. It was the good-old time of new-wave music, which still remains a source of inspiration. Later on he discovered artists such as Jean-Michel Jarre, Klaus Schulze ao. The ‘Berliner School’ had a real great impact on Didier. It is very obvious, that BySenses was partly taken from a song from Schulze entitled “Sense”. BySenses now has released its third full length entitled “People” on the Belgian label Wool-E-Discs. It’s a beautiful and styled ambient release, which also brought me in touch with the artist. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: BySenSeS has been featured at the Wool-E-Discs series “Belgian NeuMusik”. How would you introduce the sound and approach of BySenSeS and what does it mean to you to be part of this label-series devoted to Belgian ambient music? Didier: My first album came out on an independent label Multidisc. But when Dimitri Idunno told me he would start up a new label Wool- E Discs, pure Belgian music, I thought it would be nice to be part of it. So he said yes and now “People” and a lot of […]

Trash Deity, featuring WaxTrax! veterans Groovie Mann and JDN, announces debut album

Nearly two years after the project’s formation, Los Angeles duo Trash Deity has announced the release of its debut album, Cross & Divide, via Metropolis Records. The collaboration of vocalist/lyricist Groovie Mann (a.k.a. Franke N. Nardiello) and producer/musician JDN (a.k.a. John D. Norten), the two veterans of the Chicago WaxTrax! era bridge their collective histories […]

Attrition gives away horror film score ‘Invocation’ for free

To celebrate the imminent Attrition show in Transylvania, performing their horror film score “Invocation” (released in October 2012), the UK act is giving away the soundtrack as a free download (the CD version will be half price) for the month of August only. The album came 30 years since their dark ambient album “This Death House”. For the occasion Martin Bowes has combined forces with his wife Kerri on this full length movie score, written for the film “G.H.O.S.T” from cult U.S. horror film company Mutantville. You can download it right here: Invocation by ATTRITION Attrition was formed in Coventry, England in 1980 by Martin Bowes and Julia Niblock. The band emerged from the experimental post-punk scene of the early 1980s and, along with other groups such as Throbbing Gristle, Coil, Einstürzende Neubauten, and In the Nursery, greatly contributed to the development of industrial music in the UK.

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