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Category: Reviews (page 2 of 134)

KATJA VON KASSEL & herrB featuring ANNE CLARK Strangers Eyes

Working under the stage name of herrB, Stefan Bernauer met the artist and post-punk poet Anne Clark, collaborating on the joint EP ‘Fairytales From The Underground’. Since they came together in the studio, herrB has often accompanied Anne Clark at many of her live performances. And it was at once such performance in 2017 at the Electri_City_Conference in Düsseldorf that ‘Strangers Eyes’ featuring Katja von Kassel on lead vocals came about. Continue Reading ›

NINA Automatic Call

While it appears to have been a comparatively quiet 2019 for NINA, she has been busy touring the US and Canada with PARALLELS as well as recording. At the start of the year, there was a brand new song called ‘The Calm Before The Storm’ which was coincidentally released during one of the coldest wettest spells in England. Then in the Autumn, she teamed up with FUTURECOP! But with the year almost up, NINA has unleashed the vibrantly appealing magenta splash of ‘Automatic Call’. Continue Reading ›

NEULAND Neuland

Whilst TANGERINE DREAM continue to forge ahead without founder member Edgar Froese, it has been intriguing to monitor how ex-members of this iconic and highly influential electronic band have developed their own solo careers and collaborate despite being part of the act at differing times. And now sees a new joint venture between Peter Baumann and Paul Haslinger. Continue Reading ›

NO-MAN Love You To Bits

More than a decade since their last release NO-MAN return to their more synthetic roots with the new album ‘Love You To Bits’. The release harks back to earlier NO-MAN works such as ‘Loveblows & Lovecries’ and ‘Flowermouth’ and is bound to throw anyone more familiar with the later recorded output from Messrs Bowness and Wilson. The mirrorball on the sleeve should give a clue to the content within. Continue Reading ›

BLAINE L REININGER Commissions 2

Blaine L Reininger is the noted American singer and multi-instrumentalist who crossed the Atlantic with TUXEDOMOON and eventually settled in Europe. His latest collection ‘Commissions 2’ released by Les Disques du Crépuscule gathers soundtrack music made for theatre and dance productions staged between 2015-2019. It follows-up his previous soundtrack anthology from 2014. It's a fine collection of accessible soundtrack works. Continue Reading ›

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