The new Daniel Gilbert 7" is now streaming via ' Bandcamp page.
The Quietus talks to Årabrot frontman Kjetil Nernes about the band's new EP "Mæsscr": http://thequietus.com/articles/09864-interview-arabrot-kjetil-nernes-maesscr
Live footage of Haust playing in Oslo last weekend with their new lineup and a guest appearance from AnnK of Dark Times.
Since I've totally failed to cover this record myself in a timely fashion, allow me to redirect you to Still Single's assessment of Finnish noiserockers Giglinger's latest 7": http://still-single.tumblr.com/post/31841845298/giglinger-red-7-ep-king-penguin
It was bound to happen eventually: they're making a film based on the lyrics of Håkan Hellström called "Kånn Ingen Sorg" starting in Göteborg this fall with the expectation of a February 2014 premiere. Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein -- from "Underworld: The Awakening" which does not exactly bode well -- will direct.
Hear the new Markus Krunegård single "Vi dansar bättre utan kläder" via SR P3: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=4067&artikel=5273860
Personally, I am incredibly underwhelmed.
New from Ane Brun. In related news, Ane had to cancel her US tour with Paul Gabriel due to illness and is being replaced by friend/band member/Swedish artist Jennie Abrahamson.
Check out a sample from the upcoming RAS album, due out in October via : http://t.co/qEOCrkS0
I don't know anything about this band at all, but instrumental synthpunk is all good by me.
has announced that the new First Love, Last Rites single "Charlot" will be released on November 12.
Finnish indierockers Delay Trees pay tribute to their hometown Hämeenlinna, also the birthplace of renown composer Jean Sibelius. The band's new album "Doze" will be released on October 19 via .
New visuals from Swedish punkrockers Dalaplan as directed by Christian Jönsson for an upcoming documentary due to be released next year. Look for the band's new 7" single "Ta mig när jag faller" to be released by on October 10 to coincide with the start of the band's upcoming Swedish tour.
From the band's new album "Torches ablaze", out now via .
Richard Reagh explains the concept behind his latest project "The Ed Harris Masters", a series of five digital singles he'll be releasing in the near future. As for the Marvin Gaye cover he references, you can find it here.