Jan 2021 15

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Daniel Bressanutti – a.k.a. Daniel B. PROTHÈSE – has announced the release of a new EP companion to his 2020 Six+Six album, collaborating with longtime friend and associate Elko Blijweert to create 66.6. As with the previous release, the EP sees the pioneering electronic musician taking several tracks from his extensive repertoire [..]

Jan 2021 14

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Following up on her critically acclaimed 2019 Phantoms album, electronic artist Azam Ali is now working on a new record alongside celebrated producer/musician John Fryer. Calling Ali a “legendary siren” and “one of the best vocalists in this universe and beyond,” Fryer was largely responsible for her signing to renowned industrial imprint COP International [..]

Jan 2021 14

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Having made its premiere on Decibel Magazine on January 11, LUNA13 has unveiled a music video for the “Sacrificial Lamb” single off the band’s God.Dis album. True to the band’s blend of deep bass electronica and black metal, the publication describes the song as “a soundtrack for their own personal horror film,” with the video’s occultish imagery and artwork created by Grindhaus [..]

Jan 2021 14

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Among the numerous tragedies to occur in 2020 was the untimely passing of Hobart Blankenburg, one of the Baltimore music scene’s most prodigious figures. Now, his band mates in Nahja Mora pay tribute to his memory with a new track, a cover of “The Devil” by alternative and art rock artist P.J. Harvey. Originally released as the third single and opening track from Harvey’s 2007 White Chalk album [..]

Jan 2021 13

After a long decade of silence, Imperative Reaction has returned with a new album, about which Ted Phelps invites ReGen readers into its creation and songwriting, with hints of a bright future ahead.
 

 

An InterView with Ted Phelps of Imperative Reaction
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Jan 2021 13

Album CoverImperative Reaction
Album: Mirror
Category: Electro / Industrial
Label: Metropolis Records
Release Date: 2021-01-15

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Jan 2021 11

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Like many bands in 2020, longstanding dark rock act London After Midnight had an active live schedule deariled by the COVID-19 pandemic as festivals and touring dates throughout Europe, the U.K., Mexico, and the U.S. were necessarily shutdown. As a result, the band took advantage of the less-than-ideal circumstances in an effort to capture a live concert experience, creating Live From Isolation. Marking London After Midnight’s first “live” record, the album was created via online meetings [..]

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