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Friday, July 06, 2018

Flavor of the Week #28

Apoptygma Berzerk
( ;D --> In the past few years, Apoptygma Berzerk has forged an identity as a unique voice in the musical landscape. APB blends past experimentations in EBM, futurepop, goth, rock, pop, and more into a distinctive mélange that sets the group apart from its contemporaries.)
The Outsider EP
( ;D --> Technomancer releases ‘The Outsider’ EP with Apoptygma Berzerk and Angst Pop joining in Depeche Mode cover song.)
Page - Krasch [Apoptygma Berzerk Redux]
See also:

( ;D --> Blastromen is a Finnish electronic music duo, founded in 2003 by Mika Rosenberg and Sami Koskivaara. Their music is a mix of old school electro, synthesizer music, modern techno and synthwave that salutes the past and greets the future. Blastromen's musical themes drift between futuristic landscapes and sci-fi, where complex and accurate modern production methods, catchy melodies and vocoder singing makes their music unique.)
Transportation Nonstop

Crystalline Stricture
( ;D --> Cold synth - a celebration of what has gone before and what may come.)
The Balance

( ;D -->  dark industrial synth from Barcelona.)

Sturm Café
( ;D --> Swedish duo Jonatan Löfstedt – Gustav Jansson have been into music since 2001. They released several productions under the Sturm Café moniker and here delivers their last work entitled “Es Geht”. If you’re familiar with Sturm Café you for sure know that this band deals with good-old EBM. “Es Geht” might possible evoke Nitzer Ebb for the typical old-school approach, and also Front 242 for more sophisticated parts. I even noticed a more into new-beat song entitled “Traummann”, which reveals the open-minded sound spectrum this band is dealing with.)
Es Geht

Over And Out

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