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Brand new Chandeen video launched: ‘Vanish’ + new album expected in February 2020

The shoegaze/darkwave act Chandeen is back with an all new video for the track “Vanish”. The track is taken from the band’s new album “Mercury Retrograde” out February 28, 2020. It will be the band’s tenth studio album and it will be released digitally and physically (CD and an 180g vinyl edition). Here’s the video: Singer Julia Beyer tells a bit more about the video: “So so proud of this, as we again produced the video on our own, with the filming and concept done by me. And it was so great to work with Luisa again who is so beautiful it hurts and did such an amazing job! And especially the invaluable helping hand (or in this case: choking hand) and laughter with/by Jens made the stressful shoot much more enjoyable.” Chandeen, then and now Chandeen was formed in Frankfurt am Main, in 1990, Harald Löwy and Oliver Henkel right at the moment when the darkwave scene knew its primal burst. From the middle of the 1990s, the band’s style changed to a more pop-oriented sound with influences from rock and trip hop. In 1991 Aline Akbari joined, and additional singer Antje Schulz joined in 1992. After two cassette […]

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‘Click Interview’ with Mental Exile: ‘Mental Exile Is My Way To Talk, To Feel And To See Around Me’

Mental Exile is a Spanish solo-project set up by  Mondträume singer Damasius Venysthe. We last year discovered Mental Exile by the EP “Exile Nights” revealing a great retro electro-pop approach. Mental Exile has now unleashed its debut album “Ride The Madness”. The album is available by Alfa Matrix and reveals a danceable sound mainly inspired by eighties elements. But it also is a conceptual work, which has something sensible and emotional. The interview will give you more details about it all. (Picture credits by j2ms; interview courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: What incited you to set up Mental Exile as a side-project to Mondträume and what do you expect from this solo-project? Damasius: Many years ago, before I joined Mondträume, I was working with other projects as a musician.  When I started with Mondträume, my part of the work was writing the lyrics and to sing. That was okey for me, but of course the necessity of composing my own music was present all the time. For this reason I kept on working with Mental Exile, just for me and without priority. What incited me to give it the importance that it deserves and to share it with the […]

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