Having departed the rock and roll world with his former band, Head of the Herd, multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire, Neu Mannas, has embarked on his own solo musical project: Voldo Blanka. Moving in an entirely different direction from the blues-rock influences sound of Head of the Herd, Voldo embodies a wholly electronic vibe that sees bass-heavy tracks […]Read More Voldo Blanka ‘Go Your Way’
Having recently emerged from the Manchester underground, new electro-pop duo, TONICA, are looking to make a name for themselves in a city that has for years been associated with the birth of brit-pop-rock. It can’t be easy as an electronic musician in this sort of climate, where everyone around has the Liam Gallagher haircut and […]Read More Who are: TONICA?
Mixing harsh electronica with hip-hop infused beats is the domain of South Carolina born and bred artist and producer, M3staken. Defying the neatly categorised boxes of genres is a difficult thing to do, but M3staken somehow succeeds in doing this by constantly maintaining an experimental aesthetic to his work. The first album in his […]Read More M3staken ends trilogy with ‘Rain’
Psyrena is like no musician you’ve ever come across before. Part comic heroine, part music avatar, Psyrena is a one-of-a-kind artist breaking into the real world with her brand of what she likes to call ‘bipolar electronica’. However, the young and power-enhanced songstress is not alone in her pursuit of getting her music to the […]Read More Who on earth are Psyrena and Mr. Bear?
Hailing from Iran, electronic artist Vispa is hoping to make a name for himself with his retro-styled brand of music. His new single ‘Cosmic Force’ will take you straight back to an 80s video game (if you’re old enough to remember) with its dramatic computerised string sections and old-skool synth sounds. With no vocals at […]Read More Introducing: Vispa
M3staken, otherwise known as M3, a producer and artist hailing from South Carolina has returned after his debut release with the new record Water Colors. Having released Apex earlier this year, a concept album that joined the forces of hip-hop beats with electronic instrumentation and classical piano, the young musician has continued his experimental style on the […]Read More ‘Water Colors’: The new release from genre blender M3staken
Covering legends like the Rolling Stones is a daring task, but when you have the production skills at your disposal that AT-ATs On The Beach (ATATOTB) have, then it’s not quite so much of a problem. As part of their debut album, the talented electronic artists have taken the classic ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ and […]Read More AT-ATs On The Beach cover Rolling Stones