Nov 2020 30

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After a wait of more than two years, Level 2.0 has returned with a brand new EP to mark the electronic act’s fifteenth overall release. Now available digitally via Bandcamp, Dimensions is the band’s third consecutive EP after the 2017 Resurgence album [..]

Nov 2020 30

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Following the release of the electro/punk act’s ninth album, Angelspit has now unveiled the first music video companion to The Ignorance Cartel. Directed by Angelspit founder Zoog Von Rock, “Don’t Say” is a frenetic and glitch-laden presentation that effectively mirrors the current state of the world, “overcome by the constant bombardment of disinformation and benign distractions.” [..]

Nov 2020 29

Ex-Wolfsheim member Markus Reinhardt speaks with William Zimmerman about his musical rebirth, culminating in the debut album from his new project, Renard.
 

 

An InterView with Markus Reinhardt of Renard
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Nov 2020 29

Album CoverRenard
Album: Waking Up In a Different World
Category: Electronic / Synthpop
Label: Metropolis Records
Release Date: 2020-10-09

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Nov 2020 28

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Armalyte Industries has released a new EP by Featured, the new project headed by renowned producer/musician Julian Beeston. The four tracks on We the People were written, produced, and mixed by Beeston at Power Chihuahua Studios in Los Angeles, with each track featuring a guest vocalist – among them are I Ya Toyah [..]

Nov 2020 27

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Black Tape For a Blue Girl’s Sam Rosenthal has joined forces with Aarktica’s Jon DeRosa for an album that merges their ethereal brands of darkwave, titled Eating Rose Petals. Although having a long association of 30 years after DeRosa’s earlier projects opened for artists on Rosenthal’s Projekt imprint, this album marks the two veterans’ first collaboration [..]

Nov 2020 27

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Album CoverIn May of this year, Chicago industrial/rock band Project .44 celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of The System Doesn’t Work with a new remastered edition. Now, the group goes back even further to its debut release, 1999’s Look Me In the Eye, with GIVE/TAKE announcing a special twentieth anniversary reissue; due for release on Christmas [..]

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