ight Dive Studios, a team of video game industry veterans dedicated to restoring classic computer games, has announced that electronic musicians Celldweller, Blue Stahli, and Zardonic will create new tracks for the System Shock remix album when the System Shock Kickstarter reaches its $1.9 million stretch goal. According to Night Dive Studios audio lead Jonathan Peros, the groups “are a perfect fit for System Shock. [..]
The Tear Garden has kicked of a PledgeMusic campaign for an upcoming album. The long running collaborative project of Edward Ka-Spel of The Legendary Pink Dots and cEvin Key of Skinny Puppy is celebrating its thirtieth year, and is hoping to create, “something extra special.” The last 15 years has seen the project’s albums being created mostly in cyberspace, with Ka-Spel and Key in London and Los Angeles, respectively [..]
Bryan Black returns to his industrial roots with a performance at this year’s ColdWaves V, speaking with ReGen on the evolution of his corrosive techno stylings over the course of over two decades.
An InterView with Bryan Black of Black Asteroid
Hosting the ColdWaves Soundcheck podcast and directing the Rally and Sustain documentary chronicling the history of Cracknation and the legacy of Jamie Duffy, Aaron Pollak speaks with ReGen about the upcoming ColdWaves V.
An InterView with Aaron Pollak, host of the ColdWaves Soundcheck Podcast
The Elektrik Messiahs, the AC/DC Gods, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult invites ReGen into their perverted little world during the band’s latest tour.
An InterView with Groovie Mann & Buzz McCoy of My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
Swiss electro pioneers and pop culture icons Yello will release their thirteenth album, Toy, September 30. Dieter Meier and Boris Blank’s first album since 2009’s Touch, Yello retains the trademark playful, ultra-modern sound the act is known for, with a few new twists. The duo is joined by guitarist Jeremy Baer and guest vocalists Fifi Rong, Malia, and Heidi Happy [..]
After more than three decades, Moog Music has announced that the company will resume production of the world’s first portable synthesizer, the MiniMoog Model D. Originally invented by Bill Hemsath and Robert Moog as a response to the large-scale modular synthesizers of the ’60s, the Model D changed the face of modern music thanks to its portability and expressive features that not only helped it became the choice instrument of a generation, but influenced virtually every synthesizer that followed. [..]