Music interviews with both mainstream and underground artists.

Covering electronic, experimental, rock, post-punk, gothic and a variety of other styles.

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Howard Jones

Long before laptop-based live music became a possibility, Howard Jones was lugging a much larger arsenal of gear on stage for his pioneering 'one man band' performances. Jones has evolved with the technology, and now live performance is as important as ever.     › Read the interview

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Alison Moyet

After her time with legendary 80's synth-pop duo Yazoo, Allison Moyet embarked on a highly acclaimed and varied solo career. She returned to fully embracing electronic music with her 2013 album “The Minutes,” and continues in that direction with her new release, “Other.”     › Read the interview

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Cinema Cinema

For their newly released fourth album "Man Bites Dog," Cinema Cinema extensively road tested new material to distil it down to the most potent form possible. Once again working with legendary producer Martin Bisi, the resulting album takes their experimental rock sound into new and unexpected directions.

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Heather Trost

Best known as one-half of the duo A Hawk and a Hacksaw, Heather Trost has now released her first proper solo album, “Agistri.” Built upon the sounds of vintage keyboards, the music is bright and dreamy with a touch of psychedelia.

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POPTONE

Having worked together in Bauhaus, Tones on Tail and Love & Rockets, Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins are now going on the road to perform material from all those bands. In the case of Tones on Tail, it is music that hasn’t been played live since 1983.

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Peter Hook

Peter Hook & The Light are releasing live recordings of classic Joy Division and New Order albums. The legendary bassist discusses the releases, his motivations for starting The Light, working with his son, and more.

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Heaven 17

While still at work on their next album, Heaven 17 recently gave listeners a taste of what’s to come by putting out a new limited availability digital release, “Not for Public Broadcast.”  Member Martyn Ware talks about the release, upcoming live shows and more.

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Animotion

Best known for their 1984 mega hit “Obsession,” Animotion are back with “Raise Your Expectations,” their first studio album in 27 years. The group had started performing together again in 2001, but it was only recently that everything aligned for the creation of new music.

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Thievery Corporation

Having always been influenced by Jamaican music, Thievery Corporation decided to fully immerse themselves in the country by traveling there to record “The Temple of I & I.” Co-founder Rob Garza discusses the making of the new album and future plans.

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Delerium

Of the various side projects from members of Front Line Assembly, Delerium has proven to be the one to become a major focus and commercial success. Founding member Bill Leeb discusses their latest album, "Mythologie," the evolution of Delerium, status of other projects, and more.

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Marc Heal

Having taken an extended break from music, Cubanate frontman Marc Heal resurfaced in 2015 with “Compound Eye Sessions,“ a collaboration with Raymond Watts of PIG. The experience re-ignited his interest in music, sending him into a burst of songwriting that has resulted in his first solo album, ‘The Hum.'

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David Ball & Jon Savage

"Photosynthesis" is new experimental electronic album from David Ball (Soft Cell, The Grid) and classical pianist Jon Savage. Using vintage analog sound sources with digital recording and processing,  the duo creates richly textured and often otherworldly soundscapes.

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Thor & Friends

After heavy touring as percussionist for Swans, Thor Harris “didn't want to hear drums, bass, or distorted guitars anymore.” So he started up Thor & Friends to create music that is influenced by minimalist composers and driven by marimba and xylophone.

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Book Of Love

Ted Ottaviano talks about "MMXVI – Book of Love – The 30th Anniversary Collection" and the return of Book of Love.

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Sophe Lux

Having fronted art-rock band Sophe Lux through the course of three albums, Gwynneth Haynes has brought the moniker to a new, more experimental solo project - Sophe Lux and The Mystic.

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16Volt

Influenced by the early Wax Trax! music, Eric Powell launched industrial/rock band 16volt in the early 90s and put out a string of acclaimed albums. After taking a break from the project, Powell is back with a new self-released 16volt album, "The Negative Space."

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PIG

Back with a new PIG album "The Gospel," Raymond Watts talks about why he took a break from the project and the more collaborative nature of the current incarnation.

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