12 Tales: 12 Tales
From the imaginations of Rasputina's Melora Creagar and faerie artist Amy Brown and Instinct Records' catalog comes a melodious, dreamy compilation.
Daniel Ash: Daniel Ash
Rather than capitalize on the easy success of revamped Bauhaus, Daniel Ash has chosen to explore new musical regions solo. The result is a daring and baroque album that combines the essence of early Love & Rockets with innovative electronic sounds.
Ian Astbury: Spirit Light Speed Spirit Light Speed might only be the solo project from Ian Astbuylead singer from The Cultbut is undoubtedly a more convincing album than some of the band's latest material. The album reflects Astbury’s personal taste for electronic sounds, groovy rhythms, and pure rock, what shouldn’t be a surprise for those who spotted him here in LA attending shows of major electronic acts such as Primal Scream.
Bunker Soldier: Triple Threat
For fans of rock-tinged dance music and the keyboard electronica of accessible artists like Moby and BT, Bunker Soldier should be a perfect comrade-in-arms.
Covenant: Northern Lights
Covenant slow down and look inward on Northern Lights but they didn't leave the beats behind.
The Cult: Beyond Good And Evil
After a long absence and a handful of forgettable records, The Cult returns to peak form with Beyond Good And Evil, an album of pure rock loaded with raging riffs.
Continuing their trajectory between noisy rock and electronic music, Curve offers Gift, a solid and persuasive album.