Posts tagged "Electronic Rock"

Roundup, May #3

On this week’s roundup, we have fresh pop-leaning releases from underground artists bubbling up, and tacky techno from a master of kitsch. Listen below:   Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. Rina Sawayama – This Hell This new single and

Last year, electronic noise rock band HEALTH released their fifth album DISCO4: PART I, a magnum opus for the Los Angeles outfit that saw them collaborate with high profile acts across the electronic, industrial, and metal scenes, including 100 Gecs and Perturbator. The result was a reinvention of sorts, an

Image by Aurora Berget Every so often the tango between the worlds of rock and electronic music finds itself at an intersection, with artists embracing the similarities between the seemingly disparate genres and placing synthesisers over electric guitars. Who could forget KORN’s left of centre choice to have Skrillex produce

Image by David Fitt It has become clear across his discography that French darkwave and synth overlord Perturbator is constantly evolving and pushing the boundaries of his sound. While the science fiction inspired retro synthwave aesthetic can quickly outmode itself once the nostalgia wears off, Perturbator has avoided this by

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão The Prodigy have just dropped the second single from their upcoming album, ‘No Tourists’, a track titled ‘Light Up The Sky’. The new album is the legendary electronic-rock-rave group’s seventh studio album and is slated for release on November 2. The UK rave-rockers shared the first

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Iconic UK electronic-rock outfit Bloc Party have just announced that a live version of their seminal 2005 debut album, ‘Silent Alarm’, will be release early next year, on February 22. This release will follow on from the band’s acclaimed 2016 album ‘Hymns’ and is their sixth

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão Seminal industrial electronic rock band Nine Inch Nails played their 1997 track ‘The Perfect Drug’ live for the first time ever, in Colorado at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The track appeared on the soundtrack for David Lynch’s 1997 film Lost Highway but has never been played in a

Koto Kill, the new collaborative project of British DJ and producer Gabriel Ralls. As part of Plastique, Gabriel released two albums (Plastique and #SocialScar), as well as a string of singles and videos, garnering support from the likes of BBC Radio 6’s Tom Robinson, Music Week and Stereoboard. The London

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