Monday morning body music
03. Last Call
04. Chapter Five
05. Feel Me
07. Push and Punish
08. Chapter Four
09. Electronic Bodies
10. Communication Breakdown
11. Chapter Six
12. Control (remixed by Ad:Key)
13. Push and Punish (remixed by Suicide Commando)
14. Electronic Bodies (darkroom Mix by Armageddon Dildos)
15. Last Call (remixed by Serpents)
CD 2 **
01. Push And Punish (remixed by Tyske Ludder)
02. Communication Breakdown (remixed by Mrdtc)
03. Chapter Four (Aggro Opera Remix by Tet)
04. Electronic Bodies (XIV-I-III Fmbd mix by Pankow)
05. Control (Retro Look Remix by Technoir)
06. Therapy (remixed by No More)
07. Last Call (remixed by Psyche)
08. Chapter Five (Remixed by Cyber)
09. Mercy (remixed by Vomito Negro)
10. Feel Me (Tetsuo Remix by Notstandskomitee)
11. Chapter Six (remixed by Psychic Force)
CD 3 ***
01. Control (12” Extended Mix)
02. Therapy (12” Extended Mix)
03. Electronic Bodies 12” Extended Mix)
04. Mercy (12” Extended Mix)
05. Chapter One (12” Extended Mix)
06. Chapter Two (12” Extended Mix)
07. Control (7” Mix)
08. Electronic Bodies (remixed by Armageddon Dildos)
09. Control (remixed by AD:Key)
10. Therapy (remixed by No More)
11. Mercy (remixed by Vomito Negro)
New album out from Funker Vogt
01. Columbine (03:43)
02. Mein Weg (04:05)
03. Religion (03:58)
04. Six Feet Under (03:24)
05. Kampf den Maschinen (03:14)
06. Gott noch nicht (03:48)
07. Kill on Command (03:17)
08. Our Life (04:42)
09. Kapitulation (03:57)
10. W.o.t.W (04:16)
11. The Firm (03:41)
12. Revolution (03:26)
13. Brüeder (05:23)
written and performed by Neuroticfish. Filmed, edited and directed by Judith Klein. (C)2013 Neuroticfish all rights reserved. Taken from the forthcoming album “A Sign Of Life”.
A film by Dave Hoser
© Notable pictures
From the album Cryptex [BDMCD22] / BOREDOMproduct
Full Contact69 – MOVE YOUR ASS taken from the new album WOMAN MACHINE
Former members of Code 64, Hasse Mattsson and Bjørn Marius Borg, have started a brand new project, Xenturion Prime. Xenturion Prime is according to the duo ‘a musical hybrid, combining electronic industrial and synthpop with cutting edge EDM and epic orchestral soundscapes’ aka ‘Powersynth’.
Xenturion Prime will release their first single, “Rise”, this fall through Progress Productions. In 2014 they will release their debut album, entitled “Mecha Rising”.
In related news, the band will perform at this year’s Elektrostat festival which takes place in Oslo (NO) on October 4 & 5 at the Månefisken venue.
New video from Halo Effect, details below:
Taken from the album “Recoding”
Directed, shot and edited by Antonio Levita @ K-Digital Film.
Androids, virtual reality and rebelling machines, those are the themes for the return of Halo Effect. The new album will bring along new synthetic sounds, belonging to a travel towards distant and futuristic worlds, featuring a cross-over between synthpop and north-european electronic beats. Produced by Mika Rossi (Autodafeh / Endless Shame) who mixed the album giving an international flavor to the sound of the band.
The “RECODING” has already begun!
// Follow Halo Effect @ http://www.facebook.com/haloeffectband
PIAS has just made public the video for the track, by the great Anton Corbijn. Rumour has it that the director misheard the track title as ‘egghunter’, which explains the grainy footage of a fruity lady being chased around wearing an egg on her head, eggs falling, and so on. For more on PIAS Recordings 30 year anniversary and their vinyl reissues, please visit their website.
After a couple of years working on other projects Steelberry Clones returns with a new single titled “Sweet Sexy Virgin”. This is the first release from their upcoming album called “Retrosonic Voices” that will be released in Q1 next year.
The new single features Adelinne as guest vocalist and the song deals with a hot topic – women trafficking. Steelberry Clones has always tried to do a blend of music that deals with subjects that concerns us, paired with retrospective quests into things that intrigues them, such as space, 1950′s, technology advancements, historical events and personal experiences. The new single combines hard beats, 8bit sounds, massive synth basses and the strong voice of Adelinne, to create something that pushes the envelope in modern electronic pop music.
The new release “Sweet sexy virgin” will be accompanied by yet one other single that will be released before Christmas. The new album “Retrosonic Voices” is due in Q1-2013 next year and will combine the best of modern electronic pop music with old-school sounds from the past 30 years of electronic music.
Artist: S T E E L B E R R Y C L O N E S – featuring Adelinne
Title: Sweet sexy virgin
Album: Retrosonic Voices (Q1-2013) – will be released on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and Limited edition hard copy
Label: Stereoklang Produktion
ElectriXmas is an annual event focusing on electronic music, within electronic pop, EBM, electro etc. As with previous years five bands will perform live on stage and this years line up promises a full powered event, here’s is what the ElectriXmas crew has to say about it:
Well, it’s been a tough choice to select the final artist for this years electriXmas. We’ve had weeks of discussions, negotiations and a lot of stress, but finally we’re pleased to be able to bring a long awaited band to the stage…
We give you… [:SITD:] !!
So now, the complete lineup is:
ICON OF COIL (no)
AESTHETIC PERFECTION (us)
JÄGER 90 (de)
HENRIC DE LA COUR (se)
+ surprise guests ELECTRONICALLY YOURS (se)
From a < S T E E L B E R R Y C L O N E S > perspective we recommend you to keep a close eye on the surprise act going forward
Eddie Bengtsson (Page, S.P.O.C.K, Sista Mannen På Jorden) oiled a wooden deck and had a vision. He invited friends and acquaintances from among the ranks of Swedens synth artists to help him realize it. By taking the best tunes from the 70′s to the present day and redefining them electronically they hope to make our small planet a better place … Do not miss Electronically Yours Live at electriXmas!
Don’t forget to Check out the Artists page for more info on the artists. Tickets can be bought directly from the website, but hurry, electriXmas has been completely sold out the last 3 years in a row, so don’t wait too long!
We’ll be back in the next few days with info regarding the schedule and dj’s for the night. As usual, keep up to date here or on any of the following:
New track from the upcoming solo album of Douglas McCarthy, the frontman of EBM pioneers Nitzer Ebb
According to various sources and frequent rumors And One has called it quits. Label changes, fights between past and present band members finally made Steve take the decision to through ion the towel. Here’s a text from Side-Line exploring the situation further – too bad for a band that had so many good EBM / synth pop tracks in their portfolio:
Whereas the band insinuated earlier this week that they would sign to Out Of Line, it now seems that And One will simply stop all activity and cease to exist. The news is also confirmed by other scene magazines, such as Sonic Seducer which reports “Schluss, aus, vorbei: And One lösen sich auf”.
And since Steve thinks we can’t read German, here are his words: “Für And One besteht kein Bedarf mehr, weder bei einer neuen Plattenfirma zu unterschreiben, noch für And One ein eigenes Label zu gründen. Die letzten Werke lassen wir einfach nur pressen und verkaufen sie selber auf Konzerten und online oder so. Mal sehn. Scheiß auf Charts oder Konventionen. And One ist durch mit der Branche.” Even our colleagues at Sonic Secucer interpretate this as the end.
The end of the band was written in the stars after endless battles with labels and (ex-members), ego-tripping ramblings on the bands blog attacking other artists, doll fights, plus the odd cat fight between frontman Steve Naghavi and Side-Line.
And One was a German New Wave, synthpop and EBM band founded by Steve Naghavi and Chris Ruiz in 1989. The band’s first release was “Metal Hammer”. On June 4, 2011 Chris Ruiz and Gio van Oli announced they were leaving And One and formed a new band entitled PAKT. It got the PAKT members lots of public shouting and denigrating comments from Steve Naghavi who increasingly seemed to have lost the pedals. The band’s last album was 2012′s “S.T.O.P.”
A couple of their most recent releases can be found below:
Stay tuned for more info…..