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Eden Gallup InterView: Keep Buggering On

ReGen Magazine speaks with Eden Gallup, son of The Cure’s bassist, about his own musical path with his own rock band and synthwave solo project, creating for the love and dedication of finding his own musical voice.
 

 
An InterView with Eden Gallup of Violet Vendetta and Serpent Ride

By Ilker Yücel (Ilker81x)
Having a famous parent can often […]

Sorrow – Under the Yew Possessed

Sorrow
Category: Neo-folk / Gothic
Album: Under the Yew Possessed
Blurb: The debut from Rose McDowall’s first post-Strawberry Switchblade band, Sorrow, is on vinyl for the first time.

 
Anyone who has dipped their little toe into the neo-folk genre has no doubt heard or read the name Rose McDowall. Her angelic voice has graced many a band of the […]

Sorrow – Under the Yew Possessed

Sorrow
Category: Neo-folk / Gothic
Album: Under the Yew Possessed
Blurb: The debut from Rose McDowall’s first post-Strawberry Switchblade band, Sorrow, is on vinyl for the first time.

 
Anyone who has dipped their little toe into the neo-folk genre has no doubt heard or read the name Rose McDowall. Her angelic voice has graced many a band of the […]

Xymox – Twist of Shadows (2018 Reissue)

Xymox
Category: Gothic / Rock / Dance
Album: Twist of Shadows (2018 Reissue)
Blurb: A classic late ‘80s album gets the deluxe reissue treatment with rare 12-inch mixes and B-sides galore.

 
Xymox – sometimes known as Clan of Xymox – is one of this writer’s absolute favorite bands, and the 1989 album Twist of Shadows was everything to me. […]

Xymox – Twist of Shadows (2018 Reissue)

Xymox
Category: Gothic / Rock / Dance
Album: Twist of Shadows (2018 Reissue)
Blurb: A classic late ‘80s album gets the deluxe reissue treatment with rare 12-inch mixes and B-sides galore.

 
Xymox – sometimes known as Clan of Xymox – is one of this writer’s absolute favorite bands, and the 1989 album Twist of Shadows was everything to me. […]

New double album from Nothing But Noise

 
With the completion of the eXistence Oscillation trilogy earlier this year, Nothing But Noise will be closing out 2018 with a new double album, titled Formations Magnetiques et Phenomenes d’Incertitude. The title translates to “Magnetic Formations and Phenomenon of Uncertainty,” as the record sees Front 242’s Daniel Bressanutti and Dirk Bergen delving further into electronic […]

New CD reissue of bootleg demos from iconic COIL album

 
With a release date of December 14 is the Love’s Secret Demise collection from legendary experimental artists and sonic majick practitioners COIL. The album presents nine tracks of demos and alternate mixes of material that would later encompass the group’s iconic Love’s Secret Domain album, released in 1991 via Torso/WaxTrax! Records; as well, some of […]

Mont Sherar reveals remix of track by Killing Joke drummer BPF

 
Having released his Remote Viewing debut earlier this year, BPF – the solo moniker of Killing Joke drummer “Big Paul” Ferguson – has unleashed a remix for the album track “The Great Motivator.” Created by author/DJ/photographer/filmmaker Mont Sherar of Montster Filmwerks, the Montstrosity (Re)Mix is presented as a complete audio/visual art piece that reinterprets the […]

‘Click Interview’ with Hidden Souls: ‘You Can Have The Talent, But Without Money The World Doesn’t Turn’

Set up in 2005, Hidden Souls is an Argentinean band based in Buenos Aires. They got featured on a few compilations like “Electropop 12” released on Conzoom and did a few noticeable remixes for electro-pop formations Parralox and Zoon Politicon. They signed a record deal with Echozone and this year unleashed their debut album “The Incorruptible Dream”, which is a real nice surprise appealing for lovers of electro-pop, future-pop and EBM. I’d a chat with one of the members, Guillermo Pardo Neira. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Can you briefly introduce your band and the way you got in touch with electronic music? Guillermo: We are an Argentinian band, a trio based in Buenos Aires. We combine elements of synth-pop, future-pop, EBM and dark music. When we were kids we grew up listening to 80’s music and most of those songs inspired us to compose music with synthesizer. In that time we were listening to the radio discovering bands like OMD, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, Camouflage… It was the way we got interested into electronic music. Q: I can imagine it’s not an easy thing for an Argentinean electro-underground band to catch the attention of the European- and […]

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