Kriistal Ann has already established a well known name in the modern coldwave scene, through her notable collaborations with various artists/bands from all over the world, as well as with her participation in Paradox Obscur and of course with her various solo albums.
"Touched on the Raw" should be regarded as her fourth proper solo album, leaving aside the album "Muse" (a collaboration with Aidan Casserly, in a more jazz oriented direction) and the very limited mini-album "For the Sake of Thee", both released in 2015.
Kriistal Ann, a very prolific and active music artist, manages to deliver her best and certainly most sophisticated work to date. Combining elements of minimal synth, modern coldwave and darkwave, along with saxophone and harmonica sounds in a more classical song instrumentation, under a floating dark ambient atmosphere, Kriistal Ann uses simple melodies in crystal clear fresh electronic sounds that match perfectly with her expressive vocal style.
"Touched on the Raw" is an album that doesn't limit itself in a specific music genre, instead it expands towards a very personal unique style, a true characteristic trademark sound one should say. The album consists of 9 songs plus 2 bonus remixes, running total about 46 minutes. Available in numbered limited edition digipak CD, as well as limited edition vinyl (omitting the 2 bonus remixes), the album comes with nice artwork, featuring top style black and white self-portrait photography and contains the lyrics to all the songs.

The album starts with "Lost in Frame", a perfect starter featuring Kriistal Ann singing in great mood and full welcoming confidence from the start. Then comes "Silver Rain", a more minimal synth oriented track containing saxophone and piano tunes, establishing a sweet nostalgic positive atmosphere. Next follows "Black Art", one of the best and most representative songs of the album. A song easily recognisable from the first listen, mainly because of Kriistal Ann's repetitive chorus lyrics. Soon after comes "Talking to the Beast", having possibly the best tune and lyric line of the whole album, this is probably the album's finest. Next comes "Solemn Disguise" a personal favorite of mine, a very smooth track featuring whispered vocals and trembling saxophone, producing such a great shivering atmosphere.
Then follows a very dynamic track called  "A Hundred Miles", based on a poem by 19th century Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson, featuring Kriistal Ann's singing in full vocal range and secondary guest vocals by members of Italian band Spiritual Front, as well as notable saxophone solo parts by Dimitris Akrivoulis. Next comes "Going Back" a bittersweet song with a retrospective feeling and regretful lyrics. Then follows "Touched on the Raw" a track lyrically based on a quote by the famous American poet Sylvia Plath, acting more as a balance on the album's entity. Finally, the album ends with "Secret Shore" a spectacular track, starting shyly to later blossom beautifully into pure magic, featuring incomprehensible sampled vocals over irregular saxophone tunes. A perfect ending for sure!
The CD version concludes with 2 longer and well-made remixes of "Black Art" and "Talking to the Beast", that fit nicely without affecting the album's balance and atmosphere.
 Overall, "Touched on the Raw" is an album where the music gets the main role, leaving the vocals and vocal effects to a subsidiary role. Music is enriched with new layers of sounds, saxophone and harmonica, based on musical compositions that evolve and grow flowing beautifully. All songs are perfectly blended together, making a solid well-balanced album that won't tire you even after repetitive listening.

Review : Stefanos Stavrides
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Last night was a great opportunity for fans of the new darkwave scene to attend an interesting gig at club Death Disco in Athens, to witness 3 promising acts of the genre. It was also a special Saturday night for the bands as well since it was the last date of their European tour together.

 Box And The Twins from Cologne, Germany came up first on the bill. They appeared as a duo, with Box von Dü on vocals and Mike Reichel on guitar. It was nice seeing a band that plays darkwave in a shoegaze, dreampop feel. They created a very dreamy atmosphere playing songs from their album "Everywhere I Go Is Silence" with standout for me the better known track "This Place Called Nowhere". Box, the singer, was very emotional and esoteric, moving around singing in a trance like state with Mike on the right side of the stage picking classic ethereal tunes on his guitar. At one point he switched to bass giving a more 80’s tone in the vein of older The Cure.

 Next up was Buzz Kull, a one man act. Marc Dwyer from Sydney, Australia took us by surprise with his electro tunes. This was his first time in Greece and he seemed very happy to be here and it showed since he gave his best on stage. His sound is described as a cinematic blaze of industrial darkwave, minimal synth and post punk. From the beginning he attracted everyone’s attention with his great blasting oldschool beats, dynamic vocals and flashing projections on the stage backdrop. He played a great set with tracks like the newer "New Kind Of Cross" but also from his first album "Chroma" the songs "We Were Lovers" and "Into The Void" with which he ended his set with.

Third and final act was Hante. from Paris, France. This was Hélène de Thoury second appearance at Death Disco. She had visited the venue a year before in November 2017 so she had already created a fan base here. As soon as she took her place on stage she welcomed us to her world and began her journey with minimal synth tracks such as "Le Point De Non-Retour", "This Morning Of September", "Empty Space", "The Storm" and "Noir", ''Il n'y a qu'n pas'', something from all her releases. Hélène was very radiant singing her sighful minimal melodic tunes from behind her control board with projections constantly changing in the back. She created a very captivating atmosphere with her music and she visually gave the right touch of calm moves that the music required. On the track "Living In A French Movie" she took hold of the microphone and moved in front of the stage singingright in front of the audiance. She ended her set with a new song that she told us will be her new single, due to be released in a few weeks.You can enjoy this song and the best moments of the gig in the following videos.

 Review : Nick Drivas
Photos +Videos : Nick Drivas / Rise&Fall

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Floating from one state to another: Vlimmer’s upcoming double EP “XI/XII” (out November 23) depicts the event of falling out of a perfect, yet delusional place into the terror of reality which, then again, is the gateway for something even more frightening: an out-of-body experience in which the protagonist repeatedly switches bodies with a deer he had hit in a nightly car accident. The concrete of the street serves as a death blanket, but it’s the rain that pours down with all its brutality and takes him back from his animal grave into his human body.
Regen” (German for “rain”) is said gateway. Listen to the melancholic, dreamy vocals of Alexander Leonard Donat floating on depressing darkwave synths which, occasionally, provide brief moments of blaze, while the lethargic and dull drum loop is heavily pushing the song, like a dying deer mechanically dragging itself across a rural road until there’s no power left in its body.
XI” and “XII” are going to be released on November 23 via Blackjack Illuminist Records:

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The electronic pioneer and founding father of synthpop, Gary Numan, celebrates his 40th anniversary as recording artist. During these 40 years, Numan’s impact made itself felt; his dark, paranoid vision, theatrically icy alien persona, and clinical, robotic sound were echoed strongly in the work of many goth rock, wave and industrial artists. Twenty-one years after the Numan's tribute album "Random" on Beggar’s Banquet, Dutch label Wave Tension Records releases a Gary Numan tribute album by contemporary dark wave, gothic and dream pop artists. The album contains exclusive tracks by Agent Side Grinder, Ash Code, Shad Shadows, Box and The Twins, SUIR, Synths Versus Me and Then Comes Silence. The release will be a limited edition of 250 copies on black vinyl, as well as digital formats. Artwork for the release by Abdel Ouchene.
In this song premiere, Synths Versus Me turns Numan’s monster hit “Are Friends Electric?” into a fresh synthpop & EBM take with Art of Noise-esque vocals. Big, bold and simply inspired.

Release Data
Label : Wave Tension Records
Format : LP/Digital
Release Date : December 15th 2018



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And Also The Trees are no strangers to the Greek audience. Throughout the years they have performed live in Greece many times. Last night was their second appearance at Death Disco club and as the first time the show was once again sold out! This was also a very special show for the band since it was their 500th gig.Opening act was the darkwave synth duo from Houston Texas, Tearful Moon, who are touring Europe at the moment.

The duo Tearful Moon stepped onto the stage at 10:00pm and played a 40 minute set with Manuel Lozano on electronics and Sky Lesco on vocals. An interesting act that’s starting to make a name for itself with its dark synth compositions. Singer Sky Lesco stood out with her cabaret style blonde bob haircut. Her deep voice and her slow moves where quit captivating. They closed their set with the track "Set Me Free" that was featured on the "Stimmen Der Seele" compilation by DieSeele.

After a short break, while intro music prepared us, And Also The Trees walked through the crowd and took to the stage at 11:00pm. As always, elegantly dressed, the band took their positions and started off in the best of ways with "Slow Pulse Boy". And as if things couldn't get any better "Dialogue" was played second. This band has through the years showcased a rare quality. Away from trends and the mainstream spotlight they have managed to gain a loving and loyal following. Brothers Simon and Justin Jones always know how to deliver on stage. Together with the new members, they performed as they always do with passion. Just to name a few tracks since one tends to get lost in the moment, they played "Your Guess", "Untangled Man" the older "Wallpaper Dying" was a pleasant surprise and "Gone..Like The Swallows" sounded majestic as ever. After leaving the stage, they returned for an encore with the classic "Virus Meadow" leaving the crowd clapping and cheering for more.

Review + photos: Nick Drivas
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Drama Queen are a dark alternative band from Athens, Greece. They have been active since 2002. "Going Nowhere" is their second album released on their own label, Pyramid, five years after their debut "Artificial Galaxy". The new album features two new members. Iliada Kalamara on vocals and Kiki Karanikola on bass. Together with the older members, Dimitris Metania (songwriter / guitarist) and Chris Apergis (drums) they manage to keep the outfit’s tight sound in vein of what we heard on its predecessor.
 The album kicks off with the instrumental track "Cassini" that showcases their signature sound, straightforward gothic rock with post-punk elements. Nice guitar riffs, steady drum beat and brooding bass. What I really like about this band is the guitar work. Dimitris has a very unique sound, managing to play rhythm and lead guitar as one. The next song "Regrets", a darker track, was already known since the band had been playing it live. "This Narrow Place" that follows is one of the more up tempo tracks of the album that will surely catch you attention, especially I recon when preformed live. After a few listens the track "Greater Love" is a real standout. A heavy guitar riff reminiscent of Killing Joke paves the way for a dynamic track, rich with thumping drums and a nice vocal by Iliada.
 Midway with "Nuclear Winter" the tempo drops, revealing one of the softer moments of the album still keeping a dynamic touch with the help of the thumping tribal drumming before it burst to a rock steady tempo. The next three tracks "The Dance", "My Lucid Dream" and "Time Goes By" are more emotional, calmer, but without loosing the band's edge. The ending track, the eponymous "Going Nowhere" is in general the standard standout single. I was more familiar with this since it was uploaded on Youtube prior to the albums release. It sums up all their sound. Driving tight rhythm section, here with a more melodic approach, topped with Dimitris guitar layers of distorted and lush sounds.


Review by Nick Drivas

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"Fragmented Identity" is the title of the debut album of Daria Leere (ex Monowelt). Initially released as a 5 song EP in digital format in early 2018, acting more like a preview sampler and establishing Leere as a new act, the album was properly released in CD format via Young and Cold Records during the summer, containing 9 songs (plus a bonus track). The album is now released in vinyl format.

Daria Leere ("Leere" meaning "emptiness" in German) manages to evolve Monowelt's sound to something completely different and new: a full electronic synth sound, based on various music styles, combined with multilayered vocal treatments, producing a fresh, powerful album full of energy and emotions, requiring attentive and repetitive listening.

Musically, some songs are minimal synth while others are pure industrial. Emotionally, the whole album has a cold wave atmosphere, giving an impression of sadness, incompleteness and desperation, but at the same time a feeling of total control and self-awareness. Vocally, great detail has been given in vocal tone variations and recordings. Daria speaks, whispers, sings, screams, shouts at different sound volumes in one song, even in different languages, giving an impression of various personalities and characters behind the microphone. Lyrically, songs are performed in English, German and Russian.

Actually, this is the album's main idea (and Leere's personal concept as an artist, as beautifully pointed out by herself while interviewed): The "Fragmented Identity" of a person, who was born and raised in one country and now lives and works in another, trying to communicate in a new language, let alone fit in a different culture, resulting in a person with various fragmented identities, usually using just basic english to make contact and be entertained or amused. A victim of globalisation one might say, otherwise a new privileged breed but with a fragmented identity.

The album starts with "Kirschbluten" ("Cherry blossoms" in English), a perfect bitter-sweet starter, featuring Daria's sensual singing over melodic cold wave synths and stable drum beats. Then comes "Viereck" ("Square" in English) one of the most representative songs of the album, with solid synth sound and deep esoteric lyrics, accompanied with a well-made promotional video, capturing perfectly Leere's artistic concept. Then comes "Rebell", a fast paced song reminiscent of the 80s Neue Deutsche Welle musical style, nicely executed, featuring also guest female vocals. "Moh" incorporates an electronic bass sound, while providing interesting combined double vocal work: Daria's familiar low tone voice over unusual high pitched vocals. "Baustelle" ("Construction site" in English) seems to have emerged from an old Einsturzende Neubauten lost recording: unaligned drum patterns, random backgound noises, unusual vocal treatments, repetitive minimal sounds. A very bold and impressive track, acting as a scary intermission in the middle of the album.

Next comes "Erik Voltage", an electronic twist, a weird song with such hidden energy that will make you dance or simply move your hands or legs to all directions. Then comes "zerbrechlich" ("Fragile" in English), another expressive emotional song based on Daria's personal lyrics and inner thoughts sung in German. Next is "Tod" ("Death" in English), a powerful pompous track featuring guest male vocal narration in Latin language and again a great vocal perfomance by Daria in German and Russian. Finally comes "Gleisdreieck" (actually an existing multi-platform railway station in Berlin) which is the most powerful track of the album, a musical industrial hurricane with nervous stressful singing in Russian. A track I personally find enjoying while driving. The CD version concludes with a bonus track: "Lach, doch!" a slow paced minimal synth track focusing mainly in the lyrics performed in German.

"Fragmented Identity" sounds surprisingly good and substantial, even after repetitive listening. A great selection of songs, making a solid album resembling a personal musical diary of a young woman, or -if you like- a fragmented identity.

Review by Stefanos Stavrides

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The Italian folk rock band Spiritual Front from Rome returned to Greece after a few years, this time promoting their new album "Amour Braque". The opening act was the new darkwave band Grey Gallows from the town of Patra.
This was Grey Gallows second live appearance. The duo took to the stage of club Death Disco around 10:00pm and presented a 45 minute set, with Konstantin (vocals / keys) and Dionisis (Guitar / bass / keys). Their songs where all from their debut album "Tears" that was just released on cassette and digitally by Peruvian InClub Records. They started with "The Only One", "In The Mercy Of God" and their digital single "Autumn Leaf". A good mixture of melodic darkwave with goth elements backed by Konstantin’s deep vocal. The continued with "Fading", "Grey Gallow" and "Ice" before they launched into their cover of "Alice", the Sisters Of Mercy classic. They ended their set with one of their more melodic electro tracks "Under The Grey Sky".

After a short break the stage was set for Spiritual Front with "Mama Roma", the 1962 movie by Pier Paolo Pasolini, already being projected on the video wall. The trio with frontman Simone "Hellvis" Salvatori (vocals and acoustic guitar), Andrea Freda (drums) and Riccardo Galati (guitars) stepped up on stage around 11:00pm an kicked off with some of their known songs such as "Cold Love (In A Cold Coffin) " and "Darkroom Friendship" from the 2010 album "Rotten Roma Casino", "I Walk The (Dead)Line" the great "Jesus Died In Las Vegas", "Hey Boy" and "Tenderness Through Violence". Simone is a very talented frontman. Talkative with the crowd, very expressive, swaying his acoustic guitar all around. The band as a whole really played out the part with their folk rock, americana and tango elements.

On "Slave" Simone Salvatori climaxed the song ending up playing guitar on his knees. Whereas on "Bastard Angel", another of the many tracks played from their 2006 album "Armageddon Gigolo", Simone stepped down from the stage and continued playing amongst the crowd. They ended their set with "Children of the Black Light" from their latest album where at the end all three members of the band banged away on drums finishing in a very impressive way.

Review & photos: Nick Drivas

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On Saturday, 15th of September, Death Disco had its live debut for the new season. Heading the bill were the German post-punk band Bleib Modern. The opening act was Mazoha a Greek artist from Thessaloniki.
Mazoha, a one man show, stepped onto the stage first. Jimmy Polioudis the singer and guitar player really took us by surprise. He also has another project called Vagina Lips. As Mazoha he was playing live for the first time at Death Disco. He showcased a nice dynamic set of songs filled with frenzy guitar. Mostly punky style with some My Bloody Valentine moments. I really liked two of his songs that had really emotional vocals, "Θύμισε Μου Να Μην Σκοτωθώ" (Remind me not to get killed) and "Τούβλα" (Bricks) taken from his first digital album "The Weight Of Existence".

The German post-punk band Bleib Modern were up next. This was the second time the band was playing live at Death Disco. They are currently on their Autumn Tour of Europe and had just performed in some other cities here in Greece. The Berlin and Munich based post-punk / cold wave band had gained many friends here from their first visit. The 5-piece band took their place on the stage and started their set of moody dark post-punk.

They opened with the track "Nothing" from their third album "Antagonism" released in 2017. Followed by tracks such as "Mindless", "Glass" and "Winter Mood" 
(from their debut album "All Is Fair In Love And War"), "Blackened Soul" and one of their most known melodic songs "I Don’t Like You" (from their second album "Vale Of Tears"), "Leave Me" and "Blue Avowal" to name a few . As a band on stage they seem to sink deep in their playing, all synchronized, building a solid moody sound, with the voice of Philipp Läufer looming over it all making the whole atmosphere very bleak. It’s not that easy nowadays to enjoy a guitar-based band especially one that has 3 guitarists! The crowd seemed to get into their brooding groove and enjoyed every minute of it. They closed their set with two new songs (
''Brian B-Goth'' and ''Ballade'') leaving the stage cheered on by the pleasured crowd.

Review & photos: Nick Drivas

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It’s always great being able to see new bands perform live. We had the chance to see on Saturday two new bands. The American band Second Still that has become widely known worldwide after the release of their debut album and the opening act Data Fragments.


The trio Data Fragments took to the stage and performed a half hour set. With Panos Dedepsidis on guitar, Stathis Leontiadis on bass and Panos Dimopoulos on synths, they gave us some really original new wave, post-punk sounding tracks, true to the 80’s spirit. Although this was their first live performance the played really well and tight. Two of their members have a history in the scene since Panos Dedepsidis previously played for the band Κωμωδία Θανάτου (Komodia Thanatou) and Stathis Leontiadis for the band Human Puppets and his solo act Doric. Out of the 7 tracks they played, one could say that the two already known from their demo "Falsifies The Facts" and "Nothing There" which was their closing track stood out.



Next on stage where Second Still, the post-punk / coldwave band from Los Angeles. This band has managed to make a name for itself in such a short time. This is because with their debut eponymous album released in 2017 they stood out immediately with their sound that was reminiscent of older days such as Siouxsie And The Banshees and early era 4AD bands such as the Cocteau Twins. Also a trio, with Ryan (guitar), Alex (bass) and Suki (vocals), Second Still delivered a nicely balanced set with songs from their up till now discography. This was also their final date of their European Tour having also performed at Wave-Gotik-Treffen in Leipzig. They performed their latest EP "Equals" in its entirely, with the tracks "Opening", "Automata", "Walls", "Altar", "Ashes", "In Order" and a selections from their debut "Try Not To Hide", "Strangers", "Judgment" and one of my personal favorites "Sleep". The crowd was taken by their performance and showed their appreciation. The sound was great and the band really kicked it with Ryan’s great guitar work and Alex’s brooding bass lines topped with Suki’s almost ethereal vocal. A really great gig in general with two promising bands that surely deserve our attention.

Review : Nick Drivas
Photos : Marilia Fotopoulou
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'Stimmen Der Seele' is a compilation created by DIE SEELE radio-webzine, featuring underground and some unsigned artists from dark alternative scene ,carefully selected to amaze the listener with authentically inspired music.
released 2 May , 2018

A DieSeele radio production

Production,Editing: Nikos Katsigialos

Photography,Graphic Design: Marilia Fotopoulou

© 2018 All Music Copyrights belong to the bands

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How about we begin by talking about introducing yourselves and letting us know how and when was the band formed, the music production and the lyrics

The band took form as a duo in 2014 with Nick Drivas on guitar, bass, programming and Marily Kitsiona on vocals and piano. We had collaborated together in previous bands (Starblind, Soho 6) during the 90s and 00s and after a long absence from the scene we decided to do something new again. It all started when I finally recorded a song I had in mind for at least 25 years! Even back then when I wrote the song I knew it was destined for a duo with female vocals. So it was just the right time now that we decided to form the band just the two of us. Nick usually records the songs first and then Marily adds the vocals and melodies to lyrics written by both.

Do you consider your music to be part of the current ethereal/dream pop scene, or any scene? Defining one's sound by genre can be tiresome, but do you feel that the band identifies closely with any genre? How do you feel about genres in music, in a general sense?

We are not aware of any current ethereal/dream pop scene, although we do see a lot of new music made by bands of the genre from America mostly. I think our sound does define our music as ethereal/dream pop. We also tend to have a darkwave direction as well since one can say that that’s where Nick’s music origins lay. Marily has a more indie background.

What do you think of modern ethereal/dream pop artists, any favorites?

I really like the latest album "The Edge of Winter" by the Australian band Eden. Also we found the new single "Undone" by Californian shoegaze band Soft Science to be very good. It’s nice seeing great music of this genre still being made. You can discover something new every day.

Listening to your music, Cocteau Twins or Sarah records style come to my mind. What artists (musicians or otherwise) have most influenced your work?

The Cocteau Twins are a definite influence. The whole idea and structure of the band revolves around them one might say. By having female vocals up to using a drum machine. But we also have a more pop side in the likes of bands such as Lush, which we are very fond of. But we don’t tend to just try and just copy bands such as these. We just let the music evolve on its own. You never know how a song will turn out in the end. Usually we have different a picture of the song at the beginning, when it is first recoded by Nick, but when the vocals are added later by Marily things change a lot from the original idea. The writing process is the most rewarding part for us.

What do you think about advances in recording technology as you don’t have to hire a pricey studio in order to produce something?

In our case it is a really big advantage. Because of our personal commitments, work, family, etc. we don’t have a lot of time. So now that we can record and demo the songs at home, it makes us able to write material and have the band. Otherwise it wouldn’t be possible. But we do go to a professional studio to record the vocals and do the final mix. We want at least the final result to the best possible.

The internet has obviously opened things up massively .What do you think about the new forms of spreading music?

It’s great. Now with a band page and some uploaded songs or videos you can have your music listened by people all over the world. That’s fantastic. The only thing is, is that there is so much out there, it take some digging to actually find it. But many good bands surface in one way or another, as with various digital compilations. I think the "Stimmen Der Seele" compilation series by Die Seele do a fine job in that sense.

Your songs take part in several compilations. Can you tell us what the band has been working on and what you've got forthcoming in the near future (new songs, any physical releases, live performances, etc.)?

We released a 7" split single that featured our debut song "Grey Skies April Skies" with the band Remain In Light back in 2016. Since then we have participated in the Paul Roland tribute "Alice’s Curiosities" with our dream pop cover "Alice’s House" and the "Stimmen Der Seele" compilation series with the tracks "Shadows Fade To Light" and our latest "Drown In Shallow Ground". At the moment we are in the progress of writing new material for our first full length album. We have finally reached a good amount of songs to achieve this and there’s always a new idea popping up. So it’s just a matter of time to finalize them so as to have something to release. We are thinking of releasing the album in some sort of physical form. We like having physical releases. Although if until then we are offered to participate in another compilation we will be glad to do so. It’s a nice way to put yourself out there and motive us to do something. As for live appearances, well that’s not something we have in mind at the moment. Our goal is to prepare the material. If in the future an opportunity turns up and we feel up to it, it might happen.

Photos by Marilia Fotopoulou

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What a night !! Friday 11 May and the 3 big names of Fabrika records (selofan, she past away, lebanon hanover) in the same gig and  Gagarin music space full of people.

Selofan opened the gig giving their annual show in Athens.The duet for one more time gave a well-established perfomance presenting their new album 'Vitrioli' and a selection of previous albums. Oldschool ebm energy , coldwave melancholy , batcave and postpunk sometimes retro sometimes ritual atmosphere.Joanna and Dimitris as usually manage to perform a show full of interesting wide-ranged elements, musically, theatrically and visually.

After Selofan , She Past Away on stage. The Turkish duo gave another live performance for the Athenian audience-the second in a year as their  popularity in Greece is growing . Catchy synth loops, solid drum machine and guitar and somber vocals making everyone to dance . As i have seen them on stage two times before , I think that it was their best live performance.Those who were in this gig defininetely enjoyed the new stuff presaging a great upcoming album.

Last on stage Lebanon Hanover. Larissa Iceglass and William Maybelline gave another great performance  built up in emotional vocals, liquid chords, dramatic keys, and distorted digital waves where the duo recalls the sounds of industrial and post punk of the 80's. They presented their new album 'Let Them Be Alien' ('alien' ,'petals' , 'my favourite black cat' ) and songs from their previous albums.

In conclusion, Fabrika festival was succesful and the 1000+ people who enjoyed the gig were very satisfied in the end .Thank you guys for the beautiful night and see you in the next gig :)

Photos : Marilia Fotopoulou
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