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Friday, July 18, 2014

Flavor of the Week #29

( ;D --> Lectromagnetique – independent synthetic electro project based somewhere in Ukraine, created in 2014 by one unknown producer. The primary objective of this project is a transmission of different emotions to end-user. Following on from the resounding success of his debut EP ‘She Has No Body’ (charted and played frequently by Dave Clarke and also Juno's Juno recommends Electro chart) the mysterious Ukrainian sonic scientist Lectromagnetique is back. Continuing and somehow adding to the glitchy, dark, grinding electro machine funk 'She Has No Body' revealed; this is a full length album demonstrating intelligent sound design without losing touch with his mission to prompt movement and emotion in the listener. It’s a sonic journey, everyone will recognise the key landmarks along the way, and everyone will find something personal and meaningful in the space and particles floating in between.)
Ghostly Region (Release Date 8th August 2014
She Has No Body
( ;D --> Psy'Aviah is an Industrial rock / Electroclash / Dark EBM band from Antwerp, Belgium. The band took form in 2004 and was mainly focused on playing live. Later that year they won the Studio Brussel Demopoll with The Future Of The Sun. In 2007 they teamed up with Len Lemeire (from Implant/32Crash fame) to record their first album Creationism. 2008 saw the signing to the Alfa Matrix record label and the release of a new album, featurings and remixes. 2010 brings the third album of Psy'Aviah entitled Eclectric, produced by band member Yves Schelpe and mastered by Geert de Wilde of IC 434 in Antwerp. Their third album brings again a mix of electric eclecticism, varying between styles always with a hint of darkness. This time they have invited some more guests such as Jean-Luc De Meyer of Front 242 fame to sing on the track Ophélie, and Jennifer Parkin of Ayria who guests on the track Into The Game.)
The Xenogamous Endeavour (presales around august.)
TEASER Psy'Aviah ft. Mari Kattman - "Sacrifices" of The Xenogamou
Our Common Future EP
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( ;D --> Originally hatched in Montreal, but currently based in London, DJ's Anstascia and Vivie-Ann have established their love child globally by proving that they don't fit the quintessential stereotype. Fueled by their sharp taste-maker instincts and technical flair, Blond:ish has not only charmed the industry masses but set themselves to release on some of the most notable labels around. In the last few years, Blond:ish has carved out a unique production recipe which focuses on the art of creating music that is organic and multi-dimensional.  Provocative basslines contrasted with smooth textures and sticky vocals that blend into a genre of house that rebels against being pigeonholed to any specific category.)
Poesie Noire
( ;D --> Poésie Noire are a Belgian band that rose to prominence in the mid-80's. Their Belgian origins and tendency to develop a goth-oriented, synthetic, gloomy universe with low-pitched voices - Poésie Noire could translate by "Black/Dark Poetry" - had them categorized as EBM such as other Belgian members of the 1980s electronic music scene like À;GRUMH... or A Split-Second. However, much in the manner of various renowned Belgian EBM bands like The Neon Judgement and, to some extent, Front 242, they declared, through their music, a will to step away from the usual industrial aggressiveness that characterized Electronic body music and developed a more mainstream accessible dark pop sound that helped them to be regarded as plain new wave or Darkwave.)
Sense Of Purpose
Complicated Compilated 84-89
A Night Like This (The Cure Cover)
Woodkid (Yoann Lemoine)
( ;D --> Yoann Lemoine (born 1983) is a French music video director, film director, and musician. His most notable works include Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream", Taylor Swift's single "Back to December" and Mystery Jets' "Dreaming of Another World". His AIDS Awareness campaign Graffiti has received many prizes and has been viewed more than 10 million times on YouTube.[3] Between 2009 and 2010, he received 5 Lions for his films at the Cannes Lions Advertising festival. Lemoine's films are produced by Hype Williams and David LaChapelle's American production company HSI. Lemoine has gone on to create music, and is an alternative indie artist, going by the stage name Woodkid. On March 28, 2011, Woodkid released his first EP Iron EP. For the music video for the single "Iron", he collaborated with English top model Agyness Deyn. The song was featured in a trailer for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Revelations. On October 15th 2011, during his first world tour as Woodkid, he sang on stage with Lana Del Rey in New York City and created the video for her song "Born to Die".)
The Golden Age

The Golden Age/Embers
( ;D --> A digitally-rendered corpse forms and then decays on a slab in this cinematic video for the opening track of Woodkid’s new record. The French electronic artist self-directed the classy clip, which is a Deep South, family-focussed gothic twist on the sheen he delivered with his videos for Lana Del Rey (“Born To Die”) and Drake (“Take Care”).)
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