25 January 2020
Emerald Park return with a new video for the single "Rules Don't Apply" that was released last summer. This remastered version of the song will also appear in the band's upcoming digital EP "Basement sessions" to be released on February 21st, 2020.
If you have missed the free download of this song, you can get it here:
15 September 2019
As always with (((S))) his music has its roots in postpunk, though this time the songs are longer, with more instrumental passages and a minimum of lyrics. “BLACK DOG” comprises a collection of 8 songs in which (((S))) along with Denmark’s finest backing musicians take you through dark soundscapes of drowning guitars, solid drumbeats, and sparkling bass interwoven with spare, distorted vocals begging for understanding.
To get a first glimpse of their new work, scheduled for release on September 27th, you can download the song “weallwannadie” from Bandcamp for free and watch its official video on Youtube.
23 August 2019
3 years after releasing "the hidden album (~/.tsi/)", the Canadian project THE SILENCE INDUSTRY is back with the new album “A Song for Bad Sectors”.
Even though the production of the album was delayed (due to a hard drive crash in 2017 in which the drum programs for the album were lost and to which the title is a partial reference), THE SILENCE INDUSTRY continued to develop their own, unique sound and deliver what is possibly their darkest, most complex and refined work to date. Unlike many of their releases, “A Song for Bad Sectors” is a full-length album comprised of 7 songs and 3 ambient/noise works.
“A Song for Bad Sectors” is now available as “name-your-price” download as well as in all major download stores and streaming platforms.
12 July 2019
One of Northern Europe’s most successful bands releasing music under a Creative Commons license, Emerald Park are back after about 4 years of silence. Emerald Park found their audience on the dark side of the internet when they released the album “For Tomorrow” (2008) as a free download back in 2010 - a choice that has given them almost 8 million listeners and over 1 million downloads at Jamendo.com. Thousands have also enjoyed their music in commercials and YouTube videos with various themes. This success brought Emerald Park to the Midem Festival in Cannes and led them to gigs in London (The Cavern), Hamburg, and Amsterdam - just to name a few.
The band hit the pause button in 2016 but are now back with their brand-new single “Rules Don’t Apply”.
“Rules Don’t Apply” was recorded by Mattias Larsson and Linus Lindvall of Cub&Wolf who attempted to find the band’s musical roots; this effort led them to the ‘90s with lots of guitars and fewer synths than in their previous works. The mixing was performed by the band members Daniel Gunneberg and Tobias Borelius who were joined by Ola Frick (Moonbabies) during the last stages of the process to rediscover the sound of “For Tomorrow”. With his final touch the band found what they had been searching for.
The lyrics are about being true and honest to yourself. Everyone around you will notice if you’re not. People hide behind computers and pretending to be someone else or buying things to impress their neighbors, scared of showing who they really are. That’s a shame.
Pour yourself a beer, turn up the volume, and enjoy!
The single “Rules Don’t Apply” is available for free at Bandcamp and Jamendo, as well as stream at Spotify, iTunes, Deezer and Amazon and download on various digital retailers.
21 June 2019
We just released the reissue of Principe Valiente's highly acclaimed album "Oceans". The new special edition comes in a redesigned 6-panel-digipack with all original recordings plus all remixes and versions previously only available as download remastered by Tommy Steuer at TS-Musix Studios, Leipzig (Germany).
You can find the album at Bandcamp, Amazon (CD and download), iTunes, Spotify, Deezer and many more retailers and download/streaming platforms worldwide.
What the press said about “Oceans”
“...like a My Bloody Valentine album cover. The result is appropriately atmospheric and entirely watchable. Who doesn't love a band who sound like a combination of Joy Division, New Order, and Psychedelic Furs anyway…“ (promonews.tv)
„Almost makes us think of what might have happened if Interpol had doubled down on gothier elements in their early records.“ (idieyoudie.com)
“’Wildest Flowers’ fuses elements of our favorite New Wave and synth-pop bands – namely, Bauhaus, The Psychedelic Furs, Editors, and Interpol – in a way that is fresh and inspiring.” (therevue.ca)
“I’ve had the album for a few weeks now, and what’s great to see is how with each listen, it grows ever more enrapturing, changing with the different moments of day, or environment where you listen to it. It particularly takes on new depths when listened to at night, seemingly it’s natural hab-it, but again always with that perfect glint of light and hope.” (flushthefashion.com)
“Led by the wine dark, dramatic vocals of bassist Fernando Honorato, they manage to wear their influences proudly on their sleeves (Cocteau Twins, Cure) but still create their own musical vision.” (echoesanddust.com)
“Oceans” sounds like a modern new-wave production. But the most important thing is not how you would define this album; it simply is a great piece of music composed by a band, which deserves more recognition!“ (side-line.com)