Schlagwort-Archiv: Synth Wave

MINUIT MACHINE & XARAH DION – Live in Cologne

MM1_reEvent News – November 2015

MINUIT MACHINE & XARAH DION Live
28.11.15, Tsunami Köln

 

 

 

MINUIT MACHINE kehren mit ihrem Zweitwerk „Violent Rains“ nach Köln zurück! Das Pariser Duo, bestehend aus der Bandgründerin und ehemaligen PHOSPHOR-Keyboarderin Hélène de Thoury sowie der Sängerin Amandine Stioui, führt den auf dem Debüt „Live & Destroy“ eingeschlagenen Weg konsequent fort und präsentiert erneut ein Album voller melodischer Klangperlen zwischen Synth Wave und Dark Electro.
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MINUIT MACHINE – Violent Rains

minuit machine_cover_rerePromotion News – September 2015

MINUIT MACHINE – VIOLENT RAINS (CD|LP|Digital)
Label: No Emb Blanc
Distribution: Genetic Music
Release: 09.10.15
File Under: Synth Wave

 

 

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MINUIT MACHINE is a french synth wave duo from Paris, created by Hélène de Thoury in 2013 during a tour with her former band PHOSPHOR. It has been described by critics as the perfect match between Hélène de Thoury’s synthetic dark sounds and Amandine Stioui’s deep vocals, like a delicate darkwave hand in a crushed velvet coldwave glove.

„Violent Rains“, their second album after the LP „Live & Destroy“ and the EP „Blue Moon“, reflects with melodies and words our inner fights, our hopes and delusions, our strengths and weaknesses. It’s a subtle alliance of Hélène’s and Amandine’s musical influences from dark wave to synth pop, from cold wave to electronic rock – each track has its own flavor and tells its own story.
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FLÉAU – FLÉAU [Digital Album]

Fléau coverNew Release – August 2015

FLÉAU – FLÉAU
(CD|Digital Album)

Label: Reptile Music / Anywave
Distribution: Altone
Release Date: 28.08.15
File Under: Dark Electro | Synth Wave

 

 

Info:

FLÉAU is the new solo project of Mathieu Mégemont from Bordeaux, who is also member of VvvV, AE and Year Of No Light. His eponymous debut album contains seven dark-tinted tracks, recorded only with analogue synths, dirtied with fuzz and submerged by reverb. While the overall atmosphere evokes John Carpenter’s scores there’s also reminiscence of Arvo Pärt’s frozen minimalism, sustained by synthetic strings in the style of French producer Christophe in the 70s (on the final “Glass Cathedral) and dancefloor kicks on “The Rat” and “Tombes”.
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