Artists & Bands
We are very proud to present the long awaited release by AOAM. So if you are into dark disco and synth – then go take a listen. You can buy the track for a mere one € and we are proud to say that all the money goes directly to the artist, for the better [...]
Whitey, has turned to Kickstarter to get his next album Barebones and a 2013 world tour in the get go. So if you, like us, love his smooth sound and edgy lyrics, then check out his Kickstarter project by clicking the link below. He has thrown in a free download of one his new tracks [...]
MY ROBOT FRIEND My Robot Friend is the over-the-top project of New York music producer & visual arts performer Howard Robot, whose live performances mesmerize with quirky technopop, computer animations, general “new media” topsy-turveydom, and his legendary costume, an interactive suit of blinking and whirring L.E.D. lights and electroluminescent wire.
CocknBullKid is a pseudonym of Anita Blay (born 1985, Hackney). CocknBullKid’s style, it should be said, resides firmly on the dark side of pop. There’s an almost Trojan quality to it – Anita’s ever-expanding repertoire is a subversive, sometimes sinister, and always sublime mix of sex, death, ugliness, wit and depravity, found amidst The Everyday [...]
The Cobra Killer duo of Gina V. D’Orio and Annika Trost began as part of Alec Empire’s Digital hardcore movement. Both were part of other bands signed to Empire’s Digital Hardcore Recordings label—Gina was in EC8OR, and Annika was in Shizuo. Cobra Killer was arguably one of the most playful DHR bands, in contrast to [...]
Whitey is an ongoing solo project by N.J Whitey. He is a hard character to pin down- his genre-twisting songs swing wildly between styles, and his dismissive attitude towards the music industry means there are few shows, and even fewer interviews. He sings, programs, plays guitar, keys, bass and drums but has no formal qualifications [...]
Cabaret Voltaire were a British music group from Sheffield, England. Initially composed of Stephen Mallinder, Richard H. Kirk and Chris Watson, the group was named after the Cabaret Voltaire, a nightclub in Zurich, Switzerland that was a centre for the early Dada movement. Their earliest performances were dada-influenced performance art, but Cabaret Voltaire later developed [...]