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New free music for you to help you fight through Monday: new music videos by Mesh & Die Krupps, Calling All Astronauts covering The Stooges, a huge and weird experimental/noise compilation from France and a powerpunch from the 8-bit scene!

CALLING ALL ASTRONAUTS

Calling All Astronauts were the featured artist three times on BBC Introducing page in 2012 receiving many plays from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music on each of their three previous singles. Their seriously in your face live shows have already seen them receiving great acclaim as they opened for Echo & The Bunnymen, Pop will Eat Itself, A Place To Bury Strangers and Sigue Sigue Sputnik and a sell out headline show at Alan McGee’s Death2Disco.

NECKTAR

A mere journey through time,
the great work of anachronistic alchemists,
the apiary of a network of precognitifs,
the magnetic murmur of a quantum flaw,
a vortex of antimatter annihilating all listeners’ dogmas,
a dream above the Earth passing through the Unconscious,
a psychotropic meditation resetting the consciousness,
an early bud of the new era,
the psychoactive alliance of the mental mutants…

The spectrum of possibilities has been further expanded.

Necktar 2017 volume 5 is a coproduction of Le Colibri Nécrophile, Earsheltering and H.A.K. Lo-Fi Record.

MORE INFO & DOWNLOAD here.

DIE KRUPPS

Die Krupps has been one of the great founding fathers of industrial rock/metal, having collaborated with bands like Nitzer Ebb, Laibach or Onyx over the years since their first album Stahlwerksymphonie in 1981.. now 31 years later they’re back with a new album The Machinists of Joy… and this is the first official music video.. Enjoy! Video directed, shot, and edited by Rogelio Salinas, shot on a Red One in 4K with a few shots done with a Canon T4i.

MESH

Bristol-based synthpop act Mesh is back with a new music video Born to Lie coming from their album Automation Baby coming out in Q1 2013.

HALC

Hydrocity is the result of my first few months of experimenting with Native Instruments KOMPLETE. Inspired by such visionary minds as Joshua Morse, P Villa and Savant, this album has everything from chiptune-influenced electro and dubstep to ambient beats, FM funk and jazz fusion, delightfully blended and compiled into a 40-minute package. The album also features an arrangement of the ever-popular ‘Hydrocity Zone’ music from Sonic the Hedgehog 3, and guest appearances by fellow OC ReMix legends Level 99 and WillRock. This is my most concentrated and professional work to date, and I hope you all enjoy it! <3

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