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Rhys Fulber InterView: Sustainability in All Forms

Rhys Fulber, one of the electronic and industrial scene’s most revered figures, speaks with ReGen about his new solo material and his upcoming appearances at this year’s ColdWaves.
 

 
An InterView with Rhys Fulber

By Ilker Yücel (Ilker81x)
With more than three decades of experience, Rhys Fulber is one of today’s more well respected and revolutionary musicians. Perhaps best […]

Valerie Renay to release full-length solo album debut

 
Valerie Renay – also of indie/electro act Noblesse Oblige – will release her first solo album, Your Own Shadow, on September 7. Renay explains that the title refers to “the feeling you have when you don’t recognise yourself anymore because you are made to feel small, insignificant, empty, and lost.” The album was born during […]

Author & Punisher to release sixth album via Relapse Records, announces live dates

 
Author & Punisher, the visionary industrial/metal project of Tristan Shone, has announced the release of his sixth full-length record, Beastland. Marking the artist’s first album on Relapse Records, Beastland follows up on the artist’s independently released 2017 EP Pressure Mine, and the critically acclaimed Melk en Honing album released in 2015 via Housecore Records. Behind […]

Cyber Monday interview: ‘I still label myself as a bit of a bedroom producer’

Out now is “Store Debit”, the second album by the one-man project Cyber Monday, a UK synthpop project incorporating EDM elements in its sound. Signed to Pink Dolphin Records, you’ll find influences on his work including Erasure, Soft Cell, Human League, Depeche Mode and more modern artists such as FrankMusik, Client, Marsheaux or The Modern. We sat down with Cyber Monday for an interview. SL: What brought you to do electropop? CM: Because I was bought up with my parents listening to Human League in the car, Soft Cell on the radio, etc the music genre became part of me. I started composing music on my synthesizer in my bedroom from the age of around 6 and I used to record it on a cassette player. I then started producing music on the Amiga in my bedroom around the age of 8, and it carried on from there. SL: What is your background in music, any previous bands you were in? CM: I was unsigned for 10 years before I was signed. It was a difficult battle to find the right label but eventually I found the right one. They fully support me in everything I do and enhance the […]

Synth Witch InterView: Non Binary Modular Witchcraft

With an upcoming appearance at PIGFest 3.0, Dawn Woodkill speaks with Julia Marie More of Synth Witch.
 

 
An InterView with Julia Marie More of Synth Witch

By Dawn Wood (DWoodkillMW)
[See image gallery at regenmag.com] Synth Witch is Portland’s instrumental, bouncy, synthscape band with a colorful array of beautiful textures and ’80s-esque sounds that would sound fantastic […]

Flash Beach releases new album, with tour dates to follow

 
Avant-garde industrial noise act Flash Beach has released a new album, Future Loss of Memory, on the Craneal Fracture Label. The project of A.I. Zero member Flesh Wire, Future Loss of Memory features previous A.I. Zero collaborators like guitarist Ingo Blue and vocalist Miri to fill out the sound, with Blue on “Wawawawahoo.” The b-side […]

Deine Lakaien announces acoustic tour for 2019 feat. Deine Lakaien, Helium Vola and Veljanov

After the “XXX. The 30 Years Retrospective” tour Deine Lakaien has now announced their next project: ‘Acoustica’. ‘Acoustica’ is going to be their new live project and will be an extended version of their well known acoustic performances. Each evening you’ll be able to see three projects at work during three concerts with Deine Lakaien, Helium Vola and Veljanov. Interested? Below are the dates. Tickets can be bought here. 27.03.19 – Dresden, Lukaskirche 29.03.19 – Berlin, Admiralspalast 30.03.19 – Leipzig, Peterskirche 31.03.18 – Leipzig, Peterskirche Zusatzshow 01.04.19 – Hamburg, Laeiszhalle 30.04.19 – Erfurt, Alte Oper 01.05.19 – Frankfurt, Batschkapp 14.11.19 – Köln, E-Werk 15.11.19 – Ludwigsburg, Scala

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