Jan 212020
 
Canadian Electronic Artist JHNN has
announced the release of his latest single and video, "My Strange
Addiction.
For fans of: Massive Attack & Nitzer
EBB

Check out the video for "My Strange Addiction"
HERE:
https://bit.ly/2Goq4AJ

"The main video was made in my
friends house and all I did was take old Instagram stories I had from
last year. The music video for the remix is just pictures of the cats
filmed and edited by me and they are just visual.

"My Strange
Addiction," the song was made because I got tired of making house
music and wanted to make something more darker and I just got heavily
into industrial music."

Jan 202020
 
Following the release of their
compilation album "Selected Early Works" (Blue Spiral Records, 2019),
this January will see the release of a limited edition maxi-single.
Highlighting their unmistakable musical tone-language, the single will
hold two pieces of Western art music penned by the Swedish brothers,
intimately rendered by renowned string ensemble Malva Quartet
[Malvakvartetten]. The title track, bearing clear marks of Romanticism
and the likes of past masters such as Mussorgsky and Elgar, has the
bow-strokes cry out in matters of loss and mourning, albeit with an
insinuation of acceptance and gratitude. The accompanying track, "Ad
Interim", is a traditionally composed minuet, offering a calm backdrop
for reflections while concurrently acting as appropriate aftermath for
the drama of the title track.

The physical single will be made
available to order exclusively from Bandcamp, although a simultaneous
digital release will transpire through iTunes, Spotify and digital
platforms alike. "Death of a King" will be released on January 31st,
2020.

Source: https://www.tjernbergmusic.com/

Jan 192020
 
There is a force coming up from underground, there
are sparkling gushes trying to contact finer air particles, sometimes
stretching out of the atmosphere and touching stars matters…
It
́s not an easy journey.
“Ghosting” has a taste of our daily
life and the struggle between earthly and unearthly
forces.

Available on digital and cassette
Release date: 24th
January 2020
Pre/order from the 13th January:
https://oltrarnorecordings.bandcamp.com/

Catalog number:
OltRaw12

ALBUM FULL STREAMING HERE:
https://soundcloud.com/oltrarno-recordings/sets/oltraw12-stromboli-ghosting/s-QBsUe?fbclid=IwAR22Dl5h0O5D-0iZuX-tURGdsCRpQKZ-V0a4_kYmIEKqUeOnVGM3AVo9B9A

Tracklist
Side
A: WISH, DIVE, SPLIT, ECSTATIC LOSS, RIP, SHISM
Side B: SHIFTING
(I), SINS, SPETTRO, SHIFTING (II), WAX, PARALLELS
Credits
All
tracks recorded, arranged and produced by Stromboli between summer
2018 and spring 2019 at his home studio. Mastered by Nut at La Notte
studio.
Photo by Giulia Mazza, taken at the Certosa Monumental
Cemetery in Bologna, Italy.
Recording Instruments: Revox A77,
Tascam Portastudio 242 MKII, Korg MS 20, Korg Poly 800, Korg SQ-1,
Siel Orchestra II, Lapsteel guitar, Stylophone GEN X-1, Tape loops,
voices, FX pedals and samples on Roland SP555.

Jan 172020
 
January 16, 2020 – Canadian Electronic Artist JHNN has
announced the release of his latest single and video, "My Strange
Addiction."
For fans of: Massive Attack & Nitzer
EBB

Check out the video for "My Strange Addiction"
HERE:
https://bit.ly/38lT5sK

"The main video was made in my
friends house and all I did was take old Instagram stories I had from
last year. The music video for the remix is just pictures of the cats
filmed and edited by me and they are just visual.

"My Strange
Addiction," the song was made because I got tired of making house
music and wanted to make something more darker and I just got heavily
into industrial music."

– JHNN

For More
Information:
https://www.facebook.com/JHNNbook/
https://jhnn.bandcamp.com/album/my-strange-addiction-single

Jan 172020
 
Watch & Listen: Mechanimal – "Stolen
Flesh"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C08oBMoaQW4
https://soundcloud.com/innerearrecords/mechanimal-stolen-flesh

Greece's
"synth punk" act Mechanimal (Giannis Papaioanou, Freddie Faulkenberry)
unveil the first taste from their forthcoming album, Crux. "Stolen
Flesh" arrives with an emotional clip shot and directed by Christos
Karalias.

“Stolen Flesh" follows the single "Holy Punk" which
was a teaser for what's to come. Mechanimal's 4th album is out January
27 via Inner Ear.

Giannis P. says about the song: ""Stolen
Flesh" is dedicated to the loving memory of a dear friend we lost.
It's about how it feels when you lose a dear person: all the love
unveils in its magnitude in a very painful procedure. But we remain
here to keep this love and all memories alive by beautifying every
little crack and detail in our everyday life."

Press
Release:
A survival guide in the age of regularity by listening to
electronic music.

"Crux" is an in-depth exploration of the
past, present, and (possible) future of everyday life with the aim of
personal awakening. It focuses on an idea that can account for the
melding of seemingly incompatible musical worlds and theories with
respect to the mechanisms of each one of them. It could easily be
described as the absolute “crossover” album of Mechanimal, or
simply the one where the ideas and obsessions of its members meet at
the heart of the mechanical animal.

"Crux" is the Mechanimal
manifesto. It consists of electronic music, spoken word, cut-up images
and videos, deconstructed slogans, ideas and actions. A
multidimensional collage inspired by the harsh reality, or otherwise
the violent regularity that is "enforced" (by the new music industry
to home entertainment and by "fake news" to climate change), and at
the same time criticized.

Believing that everything is
political and that we are all guilty of what is happening, Mechanimal,
without limitation, use a fragmented sound palette to describe ten
stories of reality deconstructed. From the death-trap of "Ghetto
Level" and the raw industrial resonances of "Easy Dead" and
"Scavengers" and from the pagan techno of "Razor Tube" and "Vanquish"
to the feverish post-punk of "Red Mirror", Mechanimal want, not only
to escape the inherent limitations of each genre, but also to break
down the barriers that do not allow all genres to become
one.

"Crux" recording sessions began in January 2019 and ended
in August at the band's own studio. This album hosts guest musicians:
Jimmy Polioudis (guitars on "Sharon" and "Easy Dead"), Henrik
Meierkord (cello on "Scavengers" and "La Poverina Delle Ossa"),
Vasiliki Mazaraki (violin on "Scavengers" and "La Poverina Delle
Ossa”) and George Theofanidis (guitars in "Red
Mirror").
Mechanimal:
Freddie Faulkenberry: Vocals
Giannis
Papaioannou: Electronics & production
Antonis Charalambidis:
Drums on stage
Angelica Vrettou: Album cover & art
direction

Tracklist:
1. Ghetto Level
2. Sharon
3.
Stolen Flesh
4. Easy Dead
5. Scavengers
6. Razor Tube
7.
Red Mirror
8. Hospital of the Storm
9. Vanquish
10. La
Poverina Delle Ossa

Mechanimal
Online
https://www.facebook.com/Mechanimal.Official/
https://twitter.com/Mech_nimal
https://www.instagram.com/mech_nimal/


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