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Laibach formed 40 years ago in the then-Yugoslavian industrial town of Trbovlje. Founded in the year that the country’s founding father Tito died, the band rose to fame as Yugoslavia steered itself towards self-destruction to become one of the most internationally acclaimed bands to have come out of the former Communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe. With roots in performance art, theatre and the avant-garde, the …

There’s something always ok in the world when Goldfrapp are in it, and so the news that Mute / BMG have announced the long-awaited vinyl reissue of Goldfrapp’s third album, Supernature – out on 15 May 2020 is very welcome indeed. The additional news that the new edition of the album will be available on …

Despite creating Mute Records, launching Fad Gadget and Depeche Mode, and then blazing a trail with Yazoo, The Birthday Party and a zillion more to become the indie label of all time, founder Daniel Miller’s moniker, The Normal has been strangely quiet since 1978. His one release, ‘TVOD/Warm Leatherette’ that initially launched the label was …

Taken from his forthcoming compilation album Past, Present, Future, out May 3rd on Mute Records, former Crime and the City Solution frontman Simon Bonney has shared a previously unreleased track, A Sweeter Kind of Pain’. About the track, Simon explains: “A Sweeter Kind of Pain is about the loved one you will always be with, …

LUH, or Lost Under Heaven as it stands for, are Amsterdam based duo Ellery Roberts, better known as frontman of WU LYF and audio visual artist Ebony Hoorn. Over the past two years they’ve been releasing all manner of art, music, photography, film and more, including the rather beautiful ‘Lost Under Heaven’ music and accompanying …

Goldfrapp

Out today is the  Deluxe Edition of Goldfrapps recent Tales of Us album. As well as the original tracklisting it features the audio from the live special the band took part in, Live From Air Studios. Originally broadcast alongside the short film, Tales of Us, it formed part of a global cinema event back in …