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The Best TECHNOMANCER & ANGST POP Remixes

Sub Culture Records is a Norwegian label founded by Per Aksel Lundgreen, whose motto goes “what you call culture, we call crap”

The label is no stranger to compilations, having just unveiled their latest, ‘The Best TECHNOMANCER & ANGST POP Remixes’ featuring a plethora of artists reworked in a Per Aksel Lundgreen approved manner.More inside ›

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ADULT. Detroit House Guests

ADULT. are Detroit duo Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller. They include Douglas J McCarthy from NITZER EBB, Michael Gira from SWANS, Shannon Funchess from LIGHT ASYLUM.

The general idea behind ‘Detroit House Guests’ was to invite various artists to reside in ADULT’s studio for the duration of three weeks, to live, work and collaborate together in order to achieve “a total anthropological sound experiment and a full length album.”More inside ›

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ADULT. featuring DOUGLAS J McCARTHY They’re Just Words

Their last wonderful album ‘The Way Things Fall’ was described by one keen observer as “a snuff film version of Speak & Spell”.

Having signed to Mute, ADULT. are back with a soon-to-be long player entitled ‘Detroit House Guests’. The first track to be made public was ‘They’re Just Words’ featuring the vocals of Douglas J McCarthy, frontman of NITZER EBB…More inside ›

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Introducing REIN

REIN-01Every now and again a debut release comes along that just screams ‘star in the making’. REIN is the polar opposite end of the electronic music spectrum to the likes of CHVRCHES, but it’s plain to see that she is on the fast track to achieving success.

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KLOQ Interview

KLOQ colour2015Much can be said about Chelmsford’s KLOQ, who surfaced onto the electronic music scene in 2005 and three years later wowed with the brilliant ‘Move Forward’.

2013 ‘Begin Again’ drifted away from the previous album’s path and made no impact on puzzled KLOQ fans. The Gun’

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