Sheva

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  1. First 3 Mind.In.A.Box albums being released on vinyl for the first time next month.
  2. Difficult to split between my top two: Boy Harsher - Careful ; Acretongue - Ghost Nocturne
  3. Top half dozen for me would be: Actors – It Will Come To You debut album from Vancouver band, polished post-punk Egoprisme – Among Noise imagine you're in a smoke filled goth club in Paris at 2am on a Sunday morning Soft Moon – Criminal NIN-ish with bits of noise SRSQ – Unreality Cocteaus-ish VNV Nation – Noire their best for at least a decade, dark existential electropop Radioaktivists – Radioakt One a sort of electro supergroup with members of Seabound, Haujobb, and Rotersand; vocals by Frank Spinath, so if you like Seabound / Edge of Dawn, this is worth a listen
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    Albums of 2017 .

    My No.1 would be Drab Majesty's The Demonstration, an 80s influenced gothy darkwave album, Chameleons-esque in places. The only one which may come near it is Prurients' Rainbow Mirror, a 4CD release of industrial noise / ambient which was released at the end of the year and which i haven't completely got my head round yet. https://drabmajesty.bandcamp.com/album/the-demonstration https://profoundlorerecords.bandcamp.com/album/rainbow-mirror
  5. Excellent article, i know of about half of these, but all will be worth checking out if you aren't aware of them. Also, even if you aren't on Bandcamp, their Daily articles on music in general are always a good read. https://daily.bandcamp.com/2017/10/26/new-industrial-bands-bandcamp/
  6. I don't normally go for that much ambient or downtempo, but released last week on n5md, this has really caught my attention. https://n5md.bandcamp.com/album/heartless
  7. This is now being released on vinyl for the first time (triple, various colours) by Artoffact, and should be out in May http://www.stormingthebase.com/doubting-thomas-the-infidel-3lp-vinyl-green-guy/
  8. Winter Severity Index - Human Taxonomy A female duo from Rome, style post-punk/darkwave; the influences of Cure/Siouxsie etc are as clear as daylight, but the overall feel is austere, hypnotic and very addictive, and it's certainly my most listened to album of 2016. https://winterseverityindex.bandcamp.com/album/human-taxonomy
  9. Since there are one or two Seabound fans out there... having released nothing on vinyl to date, they're releasing literally everything (also the collection title) as a 14x180g vinyl package. Includes all 4 albums to date, live album, the never released 1996 demo album (Die Blaue), every single, EP track and compilation track. Price looks like being about 160Euro, and it should be available just before Xmas.
  10. This month: Cygnets - Alone / Together Assemblage 23 - Endure Liquid Divine - Get Off My Planet In November: Covenant - The Blinding Dark Dead When I Found Her - Eyes On Backwards 3 Teeth - <shutdown.exe>
  11. I thought his Frozen Niagara Falls release last year as Prurient was brutal and brilliant, much closer to Godflesh soundwise with some softer beautiful ambient tracks thrown in. He's just so prolific though with so many releases under different aliases that it's difficult to keep track of what he's up to, but had a quick listen and this is certainly on the easier side compared with what i've heard to date.
  12. Simple Minds – New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84) Spotify Deezer Before becoming utterly crap in the mid eighties, Simple Minds weren't so bad. Having gone through their post punk art-rocky type phase, they moved in a more commercial direction. This album, released in 1982, is very much the transitional point, demonstrated by the singles Promised You A Miracle and Glittering Prize. However, the whole album is just wrapped up with an ethereal hypnotic quality that i find awe-inspiring from start to finish.
  13. A 1st pressing of Bowie's Space Oddity has sold for $6826 https://blog.discogs.com/most-expensive-items-sold-in-discogs-marketplace-for-march-2016/?utm_source=social&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Top_30_2016_04_10