Swedish electronic duo The Knife has released its newest album, Shaking the Habitual. This marks the band’s return after the 2006 release of Silent Shout and the 2010 collaborative effort with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock, Tomorrow, In a Year. Fans can stream the full 98-minute album now via the band’s SoundCloud [..]
Cryogenic Echelon has announced a new side project, titled Hope Estheim. The operatic synthpop/dubstep project, consisting of Gerry Hawkins (Cryogenic Echelon) and Jade Pegg (Acidtrixx), will self-release its debut EP Sleepwalking Societies on April 15 [..]
Amanda Palmer have announced numerous tour dates, beginning April 5 through July, in multiple U.S. cities before continuing into Europe. These U.S. tour dates are reschedules for shows that had previously been cancelled. Palmer promises that tickets purchased for the cancelled shows are valid for the make-up dates [..]
EDM/alt. rock performer/producer Celldweller has released a free 60-minute DJ set, featuring original productions, mash-ups, and Celldweller remixes of other artists. The mix is available via the Celldweller SoundCloud. [..]
Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk have been banned from performing at Modern Sky’s Strawberry Music Festival in Beijing. Officials made the decsion based on Kraftwerk’s choice to play in a pro-Tibet rally in Washington D.C. in 1998 [..]
Chicago metalcore act CZAR – a staple of the Cracknation imprint – will launch a 12-show North American tour with Killing Joke this spring. Coinciding with the tour, CZAR and DJ?Acucrack will conduct several after-parties [..]
CHANT’s Bradley Bills speaks with ReGen on the development of the band’s sound, life on the road with KMFDM, and answering the question if there can ever be too many drums.