Formed in Paris in 1984, KMFDM cross techno/dance music with heavy metal to create their signature sound, an aggressive blend of industrial rock and blunt lyrics, challenging the social and political landscape. New album ‘PARADISE’ takes a deeper step into other genres, including abrasive hip-hop, dark alt rock, and avant-electro metal.
Laoise* first came to our attention in February last year with her single, ‘Bother’, a gritty and impressively honest song about a love gone wrong. Now the singer songwriter, originally from Galway, in the very west of Ireland, returns with her new single, ‘Seriously?’, taken from her most recent EP, ‘Mad’.
Ferry Corsten, from Rotterdam, The Netherlands, got into music as a hobby. Such was his passion however that it rapidly spiralled into a full-blown profession. His emotionally charged electronic dance music, which crosses genres – not just trance, but also progressive-house, and electro – has always put him ahead of the game, making music which others try to emulate.
Peppermint Heaven will release this Friday a remix of their track, ‘Don’t Give Light To Darkness’, a collaboration with their friend, Oscuro, who has taken their sound to new levels. Peppermint Heaven’s unique brand of 80’s style indie pop has earned them a cult following over the last five years, and this track looks set to continue down the same road.
Born out of a musical experiment in North Manchester’s Boomshack Studios in early 2014, The Moods quickly gathered members and momentum. A dizzying amalgamation of producers and poets, they swiftly honed their very own sound, which, when taken live, quite simply blew their audiences away. It wasn’t long before they attracted the attention of local radio stations and journalists like John Robb and Terry Christian.