ast night was the 4th annual Release Athens festival in Athens, Greece. The festival featured performances from Iggy Pop, New Order, James, Johnny Marr, Morcheeba, Hooverphonic, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and more. During Johnny Marr’s performance, he invited Bernard Sumner on stage to join him for a reunion of their classic Electronic song Get The Message.
A new project called Humanist is in the work which features the music of Rob Marshall. The record will feature the vocals of Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan, in addition to Mark Gardener from Ride, Mark Lanegan from Queens Of The Stone Age and Screaming Trees and more.
This weeks playlist features the music of Cocteau Twins. It’s a collection of over 50 of our favorite tracks from the bands entire catalog.
20 years ago, Vancouver electronic act Delerium struck gold when then collaborated with Sarah McLachlan for the track Silence, which became one of the biggest and most recognizable dance songs in the world. In honor of the anniversary, the band enlisted remix artist Youngr to create the anniversary remix of the song.
Peter Murphy will be appearing in a residency in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village at (le) poisson rouge throughout the month of August. There will be 11 historic shows, each one featuring performances from a different studio album performed in it’s entirety.
Uknown Pleasures ReImagined is a new project where 10 acclaimed directors will create brand new music videos for every track off of Unknown Pleasures. This is in celebration of the albums 40th anniversary.
On July 19, Lloyd Cole will release his 15th studio album called Guesswork. The first single is Violins and it has a surprising resemblance to OMD.
On September 6, Bat For Lashes will release their 5th studio album titled “Lost Girls”. The first single, “Kids In The Dark”, was released today. The single is a beautifully sung ballad showcasing the talents of singer Natasha Khan.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in dark synth / dark wave. This might be one of our favorite compilations to date. It features plenty of familiar artists in the genre plus new comers like Leathers.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending June 7, 2019
Song Of The Year candidate : The Way You Look At Me by The Blue Herons with Krissy Vanderwoude and Marty Willson-Piper
The lyrics of this song start of as “You make me happy”, which exactly describes my first experience listening to his song. The song I’m talking about is the latest release from The Blue Herons called The Way You Look At Me.
Swedish synthpop artist, Azure Blue, have released a new single Event Horizon. If I were going to introduce someone to modern synthpop, I very well might start with this song