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Brand new video by CRASH COURSE IN SCIENCE!
13/12/2017
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Brand new video by CRASH COURSE IN SCIENCE!

American electro-industrial pioneers Crash Course In Science, responsible for club classic tracks like Cardboard Lamb and Flying Turns, have put a brand new video online for Drive, a track taken from their latest album Situation Awareness, released both digitally and on vinyl by Electronic Emergencies in October 2017. (Read the album review here)

The video was directed by Rob Powers and Michael Zodorozny. Animation by Robert Powers, artwork and design by Michael Zodorozny. 'Drive' written by John Wicks and Michael Zodorozny, produced by John Wicks.

Crash Course In Science will play a one-off European exclusive show at the second day of the renowned BIMFEST 2017 (De Casino, St- Niklaas, Belgium) on Saturday 16th December. They will share the stage with Blancmange, Psyche, No More, The Invincible Spirit, Implant, Parade Ground & Alvar.

The time schedule for both days can be found here!


http://2017.bimfest.be/en/bands/crash-course-in-science
Kirlian Camera announces brand new album Hologram Moon for January 26th 2018
30/11/2017
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Kirlian Camera announces brand new album Hologram Moon for January 26th 2018

Their single release "Sky Collapse" dominated the German alternative charts and dancefloors for the last two months, and finally it is time for Kirlian Camera to announce the release date of their highly anticipated studio album "Hologram Moon". January 26th 2018 will see the release of the long player on CD, limited edition 180 gram double vinyl (300 in black and 200 in clear vinyl) and limited hardcover book edition including bonus disc. Both limited editions will also feature a special hologram cover. The album is bound to be a sonic masterpiece and combines several hit songs with a highly subversive message.

Kirlian Camera will headline BIMFEST on Friday December 15th! 


http://2017.bimfest.be/en/bands/kirlian-camera
Psyche releases brand new 12
28/11/2017
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Psyche releases brand new 12" & video 'Youth Of Tomorrow'

Youth Of Tomorrow is the brand new single of Darren Huss's (Dark) Electro Pop Band Psyche, a band he founded back in 1982 with his now deceased brother Stephen Huss. This single has, oh what a surprise, a very Soft Cell / Memorabilia like sound to it. Experts do know by now, Soft Cell, and especially singer Marc Almond, is one of the biggest influences for Darren and his current partner in crime Stefan Rabura.

Read the full review here on Peek-a-Boo Magazine!


http://www.peek-a-boo-magazine.be/en/reviews/psyche-youth-of-tomorrow-12
IMPLANT releases new single 'The Phone Call'!
06/11/2017
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IMPLANT releases new single 'The Phone Call'!

Our media partners from Peek-a-Boo Magazine reviewed the brand new single from IMPLANT.

Click here to read the review

IMPLANT will perorm at BIMFEST on Satutday December 16th! 


http://www.peek-a-boo-magazine.be/en/reviews/implant-the-phone-call-ep
Crash Course In Science released a brand new album!
01/11/2017
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Crash Course In Science released a brand new album!

This is one of those albums we've all been looking forward to for years now! Although Crash Course In Science can be considered as one of the pioneers of electro / industrial (dance) music, it took time for this actual comeback album to come out. Already in 1979, Crash Course In Science was experimenting and with all kinds of electronics in order to compose songs which resulted in their first release, the more experimental sounding single 'Kitchen Motors / Cakes In The Home’. This was followed soon by a 12-inch vinyl bomb release in 1981 picked up worldwide and spun by DJs from all sides of the electro, techno and underground scene. If you have a nice vinyl collection, chances are the ‘Signal From Pier Thirteen’ 12” is somewhere in there.

However, it was not until 2011 the Near Marineland album came out. Although, in reality, it was an album that was intended to follow up their aforementioned maxi-single but was never released at that time due to circumstances. But today, six years later, it’s finally happening! And yes yes, it was worth the wait! Already from the start it's clear, Crash Course In Science is one of those blissful bands that you can not describe as "sounds like" but manage to keep their own style and sound. Maybe that’s why the 80s were so amazing? The times in which Shazam was not yet existent and would not have any purpose because you could still recognise every band according their own sound. But enough nostalgic bullshit!

Here is Situational Awareness! A bomb of an album! Ten killer tracks on which one can dance out gallons of sweat from the body without any problems. Danceable electro (pop) with a blissful industrial edge, perfect vocals and cunning lyrics ...

Read more on the link below!


http://www.peek-a-boo-magazine.be/en/reviews/crash-course-in-science-situational-awareness

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