In the latest edition of Stereo Six, Berlin power-pop trio, Pabst, talk us through some of the albums that have inspired their colourful, crazy sound. Read their choices here.
In this gear-focused chat, Jesse Jensen, of electronic duo Jane In Space, tells us more about his love for the Elektron Octatrack used in the recording of their recent Aion Records release Gorerunner.
Arguably one of the finest bands to come out of the 1980s, Depeche Mode looped back again to Toronto to play a final North American show on their current “Global Spirit” world tour at the Air Canada Centre on Monday night.
Brooklyn duo Jane In Space keeps you spellbound with their hypnotic electronic then, jab you hard with their deep industrial beats. Check out the new Permian Strata-directed “Eat Your Face” video.
Review and Photos by Mike Bax Rammstein kehrt in Quebec in glorreiche Art und Weise!! It’s been 6 years…
Review by Mike Bax theblackqueenmusic If slow burning dirty synthesizer beats and soft vocals are your thing, Fever Daydream…
Electronic music came into prominence in the early ’80s and Depeche Mode was the band spearheading the movement. No one could have known at the time, but the band would eventually go on to sell over 100 million albums on their way to becoming the most popular electronic band ever; with forty-eight songs charting on the Singles Charts and No.1 albums in the United States and Europe.