Dead on TV
Category: Punk / Electro
Blurb: Refined and polished without losing any of the adrenaline or belligerent edge, Dead on TV’s second EP is pure electro/punk fury that is sure to satisfy even the most jaded.
Category: Industrial / Noise
Album: Bestial Burden
Blurb: Offering up a nightmarish soundtrack to the mind’s struggle against a deteriorating body, Pharmakon’s second full-length album is an unpleasant but rewarding experience.
Category: Electro / Rock
Blurb: After 35 years, Daniel Ash remains as exciting and as innovative as ever with an album that re-imagines some of his best known songs in a manner sure to please longtime fans as well as newcomers.
Category: Industrial / Hardclash
Album: Pop That Pretty Thirty
Blurb: As loud and as boisterous as ever, Rabbit Junk’s latest EP is a vicious barrage of pure hardclash that is sure to please longtime fans.
PreEmptive Strike 0.1
Category: Black Metal / Electro
Album: Pierce Their Husk EP
Blurb: PreEmptive Strike 0.1 teases us with this EP while the band works in the studio, and it shows that the talented duo can mix more black metal into their “dark electro” style.
Category: Electro-pop / Rock
Blurb: After two years, the New York electro/rock collective unveils a mysteriously titled new single that may yet be one of the band’s best songs, even as the wait for a new album continues.
Category: Electronic / Experimental
Album: Shaken-Up Versions
Blurb: The follow-up EP to Shaking the Habitual maintains the creative spark of its predecessor, but fails to maintain the balance of catchiness and experimentation that made it so appealing.