Independent industrial and experimental imprint Dais Records has announced the release of Swedish electronic composer Ragnar Grippe’s Symphonic Songs. Recorded between Grippe’s 1977 Sand album and 1981’s Lost Secrets, the album features Grippe’s compositions with the Buchla synthesizer, commissioned by choreographer Susan Buirge for her avant-garde Ci-Déla theatre piece. [..]
Spanish futurepop act Culture Kultür breaks its long silence with the announcement of the band’s much anticipated fifth album, Humanity. Drawing on themes of “the different emotions that tear the human heart,” Humanity is due for release on January 21, 2019 via Caustic Records, with digipak pre-orders now available [..]
Having released the Sorrow Returns EP in 2016, Norwegian darkwave act Long Night will be following up on its debut with the band’s first full-length album, titled Barren Land. Featuring nine tracks, the album presents the band’s cinematic brand of gothic melancholy and dark rock that draws on the band members’ collective three decades of musical experience [..]
Blending moody darkwave and post-punk with minimalist poetic lyrics, Turkish darkwave band She Past Away has signed with Metropolis Records. Revered in the band’s home country, Metropolis will be bringing the band to these shores with reissues of two of She Past Away’s releases [..]
Following up on the band’s first single, Los Angeles doom/industrial act Fact Pattern unveils the music video for “A Form to Be.” Stated by the trio to be “a dreamlike statement of intent and represents an expansion of our presence as audio/visual artists,” the song is the second single from the band’s upcoming full-length debut [..]
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