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
Steelberry Clones are back with a brand new video and track called ‘Deep down below’
SBC takes us on an analog underwater electronic music journey, in a contemporary electronica / synth setting.
The track will be available for free download on the upcoming electro compilation album: SWEDISH ELECTRO SCENE, released on December 15th 2013 For more information and download please visit their FB page:
Music: Steelberry Clones
Label: Stereoklang Produktion
More from the tribe around SBC:
Gear used on this track:
KORG Volca Beats
Mixed, produced and mastered in Reason and Logic Pro
Copyright Stereoklang Produktion 2013
Contemporary music ensemble Icebreaker will recreate crucial phase in electronic music history – Kraftwerk
Popular demand for all things Kraftwerk will continue in the new year, as contemporary music ensemble Icebreaker embark on a live show that aims to recreate the electronic band’s experimental early period. The tour kicks off at the London Science Museum on 24 January and is titled Kraftwerk Uncovered – A Future Past.
Announcing the concept, German composer, producer and sound-scapist J. Peter Schwalm said: “Our focus is on Kraftwerk’s early, semi-improvised music that combined acoustic and electronic instruments, [and that period's] relationship to their career-defining albums from Trans Europa Express to Computer World.
“Where Kraftwerk’s aesthetic moved ever closer to the ‘man machine’ we aim to adopt a more ‘retro-futurist’ approach to find the ‘human’ inside the machine, beginning with Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider’s own early albums”.
The tour dates are:
- Fri 24th Jan – London, The IMAX Cinema at The Science Museum
- Thurs 6th Feb – Manchester, Royal Northern College of Music
- Fri 8th Feb – Birmingham, Town Hall
- Weds 12th Feb – Nottingham, Lakeside Arts Centre
For more info, visit Icebreaker.
New video from Kirlian Camera
Taken from the album “Black Summer Choirs” – buy it here: http://www.outoflineshop.de/catalogse…
Or on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/black-…
Directed by Carlo Roberti
Written and Edited by Carlo Roberti and Marco Colassi
D.o.p Alessandro Leone
Camera Assistant Francis Joseph d’Costa
with Giulia Loreti De Paolis and Bruno Renzi
Produced by Solobuio Visual Factory and Out of Line
This video is actually the Rear Projection used while we performed the song live.
We’ve added a vocal track, and so now this has become the default video for the 2009 version of Sharper Than A Knife.
We never intended for this to be the official video, but a few fan-made videos (using the rear projection, with vocals added) inspired us to release this version.
We DO NOT authorise any copying and re-distribution of this videoclip.
Adocumentary by Elena Tikhonova and Dominik Spritzendorfer, 2013, 89 min
ELEKTRO MOSKVA is an essayistic documentary about the beginnings of the Soviet electronic age and what remained of it- a huge pile of outdated, fascinating devices. Today they are being recycled and reinterpreted by musicians, inventors and traders, who carry that legacy on into an uncertain future. An electronic fairy tale about the inventive spirit of the free mind inside the iron curtain- and beyond.
New week with five new electro tracks from Client, Decoded Feedback, Chvrches, Parralox and Skinny Puppy
We wanted to keep the ‘blue mood’ of Maude Trout’s painting while playing with clubland references to drink and drug excesses with subliminal images of powders, chemicals and alcohol. The video is a metaphor for getting ‘wrapped up’ in clubland hence the wrapping of Kate and Nicole at the end of the video. Colour is very important to us and we strictly kept the palate down to 3 main colours.’ (Vin & Omi)
Album out on December 12th
Tour dates and sign up to the mailing list : http://www.chvrch.es
Official music video to the opening track from the Decoded Feedback album ‘Diskonnekt’.
Please watch in HD
Directed, Shot, and Edited by Rogelio Salinas III
Executive Producer – Dani Garcia
Cast – Yone Dudas and Marco Yone of Decoded Feedback and Logan South, Daley Catherine, Alyssa Onyx, and Panda Moaniam.
Crew – Rachel Salinas, Tommy Zion, AJ Jackson, Deborah Espinosa, and Bri Jones
Filmed at Longhorn Caverns, Elysium Austin, and a couple of shots from Cascade Caverns
Decoded Feedback Thanks – Rogelio and Rachel Salinas, the amazing crew who worked on this video, the kind people who donated to the making of this video, everyone at Elysium/Austin, Metropolis Records, Dependent Records, our friends, family, and fans
Rogelio and Rachel Salinas Thanks – God and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Yone and Marco of Decoded Feedback for allowing us to make a video of this amazing song, our wonderful family and friends, our awesome cast and crew, Alma Raune, Meta Sektion, Anders Larsson, Lee Wright, and the rest of our generous Indiegogo supporters, Amy Bullard and the staff at Longhorn Caversns, the staff at Elysium/Austin and Cascade Caverns, Dave Heckman, and Metropolis Records
Story portion filmed on a Red One MX and band footage filmed with a Canon T4i
Creative Director – John Ibrahim
Stylist – Tyra
Camera Operator – Rodney Dekker
Editor – John von Ahlen & Christopher Hart
Floor Runner – Nelson Clemente
Filmed on location at Blue Tree Studio, Port Melbourne
Post production courtesy Subterrane Recording Studio
Rowena Kang appears courtesy of Chadwick Models
Out now in a direction by Jason Alacrity is the newest Skinny Puppy video “illisiT”. The track is taken from their May released “Weapon” album.
Electro project Ryan (aka Antonio Ryan Paolicelli) has launched a video for his project’s very first single “Get Back”. Wolfsheim, Hurts and Depeche Mode fans will recognize and enjoy the influences.
RYAN – GET BACK single download iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/it/album/get…
Decoded Feedback have just launched their new official music video for the song “Another Loss”. The videoclip was directed by Rogelio Salinas, the filmmaker who also created the Die Krupp’s video “Risikofaktor”. The band did an online campaign earlier this year to raise money to create the video.
Watch FRITZ KALKBRENNER perform “Wes” and “Sky And Sand” live and in 1080p HD video at Electronic Beats Festival in Zagreb (08 November 2013) — Hashtag is #EBFest13
Find more live videos here: http://www.youtube.com/ElectronicBeat…
Read our review of the entire festival and see more pictures here: http://bit.ly/1iTBBme
THE CAVE has updated their site with some new tracks; including electronica tracks from Berliner Maschinenfabrik, Bears in Nippon and The Modifiers, listen below:
The Quietus has a nice interview out with felix Kubin, read an excerpt here:
With his great new album Zemsta Plutona just released, the unique German sci-fi synth-pop explorer and sound artist speaks to David Stubbs about musical deconstruction, radio art, and reconnecting Germany with the culture of Eastern Europe
The music of Felix Kubin spans, in its scope, the years 1916 to 2016. He straddles pop, sound art and composition, regarding all of them of equal value. Active in music since his pre-teens, his music alludes to, and draws on, the spirit of Dada, expressionism, Weimar cabaret, post-war musique concrète, the unique radio art form of Hörspiel, Kraftwerk and the great wave of early 80s German groups who preceded the bland misnomer of Neue Deutsche Welle.
As well as the early 80s German artists he first heard on one of the multiple radio sets in the rooms in which he grew up, Kubin’s music is reminiscent of of a host of artists whose work has collapsed the walls between pop and the commercial, deconstruction and the avant garde – among them The Honeymoon Killers, Raymond Scott and Iannis Xenakis.
His latest album, Zemsta Plutona, finally released on his own Gagarin label, is as good as anything he has ever recorded since the “Tetchy Tapes” he first made when practically still a child on his newly acquired Korg MS-20 synth. It’s been well road-tested. “Usually, I tend to play tracks first live before I put them on record, where it’s possible to play them live,” he explains. “So, people know them from live concerts. Most of the tracks for this were ready for 2009, and were ready to be released on a French label, but that fell through – then I got an offer from a label in Los Angeles who wanted to put out an album but that took so long, two years – until finally, I said, this is ridiculous, I’ve been playing these tracks live for so long – I need to put this out.”