All posts tagged: industrial

ColoRising Mixes 36: SDH

Post-punk, synth-wave, industrial, techno – Barcelona’s SDH (Semiotics Department of Heteronym) are some of the best to craft the sound bursting from Spain. Comprised of Andrea P. Latorre and Sergi Algiz, label owners of Cønjuntø Vacíø and members of the cutting edge band Wind Atlas, their SDH project is the ultimate rush of haunting, heavy electronica layered with a synth-pop spreading, creating the ultimate balance between light and dark. Questioning the idea of fiction, SDH’s sound is a continuing ride through illusory and realism. With their new EP ‘Tell Them’ out March 9th on Avant! Records, Semiotics Department of Heteronym are true heroes of electronic and post-punk alchemy.

Julien Bracht of Lea Porcelain Remixes Their Track ‘Loose Life’

With their new remix EP landing this month, Lea Porcelain share another rework, this time by the group’s own Julien Bracht. Reconstructing their song ‘Loose Life’, Bracht puts together a raw and gritty version that sways between industrial and hard-stomping techno. Almost subterranean in sound, this version will be included on the ‘LEA PORCELAIN REMIXED’ release which features production by Scuba, Thom alt-J and more.

Cardopusher to Release New Album ‘New Cult Fear’

Venezuelan producer has announced the release of his new album ‘New Cult Fear’, forthcoming July 14th via Boys Noize. A roller coaster ride of acid house, experimental electro, industrial and everything in between. The 12-song record finds the now Barcelona-based artist bridging the sounds of now with the no-holds barred spirit of the late 70s post-punk period, continuing on to breakbeat and rave. The LP follows Cardopusher’s ‘Manipulator’, released back in 2015. Below is a stream of his cut ‘Mind Eraser’, which is also taken from the upcoming LP.

PVT ‘Morning Mist, Rock Island Bend’ Video

With their upcoming album ‘New Spirit’ set to drop on February 17th, Sydney group PVT unveil a new video for their song titled ‘Morning Mist, Rock Island Bend’. Directed by Mclean Stephenson, the 9 minute vid features a guy who heads off into the forest to be one with nature, escaping his normal life. In the process, he literally adapts to his surrounding by dressing like a bush and doing things to now completely fit into this new habitat.

Stream Greek Band Mechanimal’s New LP ‘Delta Pi Delta’

Known for their punchy sound of industrial, post-punk and dark-electro sound, Athens band Mechanimal now unveil their third LP ‘Delta Pi Delta’, which is out via Inner Ear Records. Adding vocalist Eleni Tzavara to the group, the new recording reflects the inspiration drawn from the band’s journey into the outskirts of Athens, absorbing the aesthetics of Greece’s magical landscape. Brilliantly delivering moody traces of new wave, indie and dance, while still driving their industrial signatures, ‘Delta Pi Delta’ is the Mechanimal at their most streamlined and entertaining.

Preview ‘Delta Pi Delta’ via Bandcamp.

Stream Temple Invisible’s “Anima”

After unveiling their EP entitled Enter_ back in December of 2014, Bucharest’s Temple Invisible now gears up for the release of an expanded edition which features remixes by fellow Romanian producer Liar, as well as Officers and Hologram Emperors. Included will also be the dark and nocturnal cut entitled “Anima”, which exemplifies the band’s mastery of a post-punk, industrial and trip-hop mesh. Below is a stream of for your enjoyment. Read more […]

Temple Invisible Interview

Over the past couple of years Bucharest, Romania has been a hot bed of cutting edge electronic acts. Temple Invisible are a part of the new wave of maverick artists who are blurring the lines of genre, mixing a stew of musical influences to create a particular sound of dark electronica. Consisting of Irina Bucescu, Costas Ivanov and Daniel Olteanu, their track “Disappearance” was an introduction of the trio to the world with the song hauntingly springing elements of trip-hop, industrial and goth. Their recently unveiled tracks “Collide” and “Sudden Acts” incorporated post-punk, as well as synth-wave, adding guitars amidst the dreamy vocals of Irina Bucescu to spawn a nocturnal, yet sensual feel.

ColoRising Interview with Temple Invisible & How To Destroy Angels “How Long (Temple Invisible Remix)” Premiere

Over the past couple of years Bucharest, Romania has been a hotbed of cutting edge electronic acts. Temple Invisible are a part of the new wave of maverick artists who are blurring the lines of genre, mixing a stew of musical influences to create a particular sound of dark electronica. Consisting of Irina Bucescu, Costas Ivanov and Daniel Olteanu, their track “Disappearance” was an introduction of the trio to the world with the song hauntingly springing elements of trip-hop, industrial and goth. Their recently unveiled tracks “Collide” and “Sudden Acts” incorporated post-punk, as well as synth-wave, adding guitars amidst the dreamy vocals of Irina Bucescu to spawn a nocturnal, yet sensual feel.

Stream Temple Invisible’s “Sudden Acts”

Temple Invisible are one of the fresh and exciting acts hailing from Bucharest, creating an intriguing mesh of dark trip-hop, new wave and post-punk. Whilst their latest single “Sudden Acts” juggle between the ideas of fear and the calming state of being in the present, the production embodies an indubitably beauty and sensuality that is a magical backdrop underneath the delicate vocals of Irina Bucescu. “Sudden Acts” is taken from Temple Invisible’s EP Enter_, out December 15th. Have a listen. Read more […]