Monday morning electro / ambient music from Pantaleimon and Junksista

November 4, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Make sure to listen to Junksista, very cool electro pop :-)

Official Music Video for PANTALEIMON ‘ANOTHER WORLD’ from the new album ‘The Butterfly Ate The Pearl’. Out Now. Available from Grass Girl Music:

Video directed by Enrique Verdugo Produced by Grass Girl Music 2012.

Song taken from the album BAD CASE OF FABULOUS, 8.11.13 – Alfa Matrix

Video directed by Noemie Alazard & Fabio Soares

Dancer – Luisa Raukopf
Costume Designer – Lady Mabelicious
Make Up – Kathy Brischar

Official website:
Alfa Matrix:…
Fabio Soares:
Noemie Alazard:…
Luisa Raukopf:…
Lady Mabellicious:…

Get the music here:…………

Spicing up this Tuesday morning with new stuff from Pet Shop Boys – Thursday (ft. Example )

October 1, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Brand new video from Pet Shop Boy featuring Example

From the Pet Shop Boys album “Electric”
Out now:

Tour info:

Have you seen FARTBARF 20130926 ?

October 1, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

FartBarf Live at Studio Hermosa Sept. 26th 2013 (3 songs) (the show was actually on the 25th but they didn’t come on till after midnight so you figure it out…)

Electropop act Adult gets remixed on a Buchla

August 23, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

And here’s the original:

Purchase “The Way Things Fall” in The Ghostly Store:…

Directed by Nicola Kuperus
Costume Designs by Levon Millross

New material from German electro act

August 22, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

The german electropop outfit Erotic Elk are releasing a new single. “What you give is what you get” will be out on the 6th of September as a digital single. This band should especially be interesting for those who loved the early incarnation of !Distain.

You can listen to the material below. Tracklist:

  1. What you give is what you get
  2. What you give is what you get People Theatre Attitude Mix
  3. What you give is what you get Synthboy Remix
  4. Another Angel People Theatre Clock Mix

Lost lo-fi electro pop gems from the 80′s – free download

August 6, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

If you’re into lo-fi 80s electronica, the Bedroom Cassette Masters 1980-89 compilations are a must… Check out this free 15-minute mix of tracks from the first two albums..

New UK electropop act The Department – listen here to their debut album

August 2, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Out now is the debut EP from London based old school electropop act The Department. The “Transformed EP” holds very enjoyable electropop with ‘a penchant for the 80′s’ as the band correctly calls it. The EP will be out officially tomorrow. The Department itself is a project by Robin Green.

Check Bandcamp for an immediate download of the 4-track EP in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.

Below is the video for “Take My Hand”, directed by Luke Mescalito.

The debut video from The Department, London. Buy Link:…

© R.Green/C.Bourne 2013

The Department ‘Take My Hand’ production credits…

Director: Luke Mescalito
D.O.P Izack Morales
Editor: Michael Mikilo
Colourist: Tom Urbye
Production Manager: Irina Smolinskaya

More from The Department…

CELLULOIDE – Seven And Forever (Live)

July 10, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Seven And Forever is taken from the album Naive Heart

Celluloide recently found a few video live recordings in a dark corner of the Synthélabo. Among them was a totally unreleased version of “Seven and Forever” taken from the album “Naïve Heart”.

Friday morning electro pop: Atom™ – Pop and Kite – Dance Again

June 28, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Taken from HD released on Raster Noton

Official video for Kite “Dance Again” (Taken from “V”/Progress Productions 2013). Director & Photographer: Jenny Farida // Editing & Additional photo: Videomaskinen // Lighting: Gustaf Lerne.

About Kite:

Kite is Christian Berg and Nicklas Stenemo. The Swedish electronic duo have released EP´s since 2008.

The musical expressions of Kite is based in a soundscape of emotional layers. With great nerve, a sense of drama, cold beats and serious songwriting-skills Kite moves on into the sad dancefloors like a heartaching update of the genre´s biggest stars; Kraftwerk, Ultravox and early Orchestral Manoevers in the Dark.

John Foxx And The Maths – ‘Rear-View Mirror’ (Unofficial)

June 10, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Rear-View Mirror is taken from the album ‘The Shape Of Things’.

For more information about this album and new releases:

Official page:

This brilliant follow-up to John Foxx And The Maths’ debut Interplay was recorded and mixed at Benge’s studio in London. Like Interplay, it’s the sound of analogue synthesizers and drum machines – and on one track, feedbacking guitars played by Foxx himself. Although there’s a raw edge to the likes of ‘Falling Down’ and ‘Talk’ this album is arguably more reflective and emotional than Interplay. Though not overtly auto-biographical, there is a sense of looking back over a life and exploring feelings of loss over opportunities and lovers missed, and possible futures that will remain unlived. All these thoughts and angles are expressed in ‘Rear-View Mirror’, ‘Unrecognised’, ‘September Town’, ‘Talk’ and ‘Falling Down’ , as conversations are remembered through dreams and scenes finally played out. Far from wallowing in nostalgia or bitterness, in many ways this is a vital, even sometimes pleasurable experience. At the end of the album those shadow worlds and darker feelings are actually zapped into a new form of life with the macabre sci-fi theatre of ‘the Shadow Of His Former Self’. Meanwhile, ‘Vapour Trails”s upbeat electronic pyschedelia is rooted in the music of Foxx’s own youth, while ‘Tides’ looks widescreen over a lifetime’s experiences, pinned to a fast Motorik beat and still looking to the future as Foxx rides ‘those wild eternal tides, again and again.’ Looking back in order to look forward, the album is about a life lived and a view on those shadow existences that also somehow stay with us. Ultimately it’s a positive and necessary process. It’s that glimpse when things unfold and we feel aware – just for a moment – of The Shape Of Things. This limited edition version of The Shape Of Things also features a hard-back book designed by Jonathan Barnbrook, and a bonus album of remixes by the likes of Ghost Box, Wrangler (featuring Stephen Mallinder from Cabaret Voltaire) and Gary Numan collaborator/remixer Andy Gray. There’s also a brand new track with Tara Busch, who recently supported John Foxx & The Maths on their Interplay Tour.

Disc 1

1. Spirus
2. Rear-View Mirror
3. Talk
4. Psytron
5. September Town
6. Unrecognised
7. Modreno
8. Falling Away
9. Invisible Ray
10. Vapour Trails
11. Buddwing
12. Tides
13. Astoria
14. The Shadow Of His Former Self

Disc 2

1. Evergreen (Radio Mix)
2. Shatterproof (Wrangler Mix)
3. Where You End And I Begin (Featuring Tara Busch)
4. Summerland (Belbury Poly Mix)
5. The Good Shadow (Tim ‘Love’ Lee Mix)
6. Watching A Building On Fire (Grayed Out Mix)
7. Interplay (Grayed Out Mix)
8. Evergreen (Xeno & Oaklander Mix)

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