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Manchester based 80’s synth & leftfield pop lovechild HUSK, will be releasing their brand new single Feeling Heat on November 1st, 2019 via AnalogueTrash. Now, there’s a video for the track.
ATOMZERO have just dropped the video for Technology, the latest single from their brilliant Technophilia album.
With Lloyd (keyboards, programming and production) based in the UK and Gene (vocals, song writing, all-round ice goddess) in Germany – Berlin to be precise, The Frixion were destined to have an edgy duality to their sound. Their stunning new single I Cannot Play These Games is out today.
California-based alt.rock meets indie-electro act The Cowls (aka Damion Jurrens) is a musical powerhouse, having narrowed down scores of songs to the final twelve that appeared on January 2019’s Certain Calculations album. There’s a new video for a standout track from the album, and you can see it now.
The wonderful Paragon Cause are back with new material, and their new EP Lies Between Us (produced by Sune Rose Wagner of the Raveonettes) is something special indeed. Check out the video below for their new single Save Me.
It’s no secret that we’re all massive Husk fans here at AnalogueTrash, so we’re honoured to announce that we’ll be working with this fantastic artist on the release of their upcoming single.
With three storming EPs under their belts, STOCKSNSKINS are set to drop their first full length album this September.
With the Modus album soon to see the light of day, the synth wizards that are Nature of Wires really know how to get our juices flowing with the singles Madame Serena and Harry’s House. Read on for more info.
Failure is Inevitable, the most recent album from spiky sound smiths Spray is pop perfection. The album saw Ricardo Autobahn and Jenny McLaren on the top of their game, its glossy beats and cutting lyrics pleasing fans old and new.
At times, history has an inherent gravity, a sense of direction, some indescribable force that can mean that things will reach eventually their natural conclusion, regardless of the timescale involved. The often-inescapable process is at the heart of Modus: the new/classic album from Nature of Wires.