"XRay Eyeballs is OJ and Carly (from NYC rockers Golden Triangle) new drum machine driven dark punk project. Bathed in reverb, low fi sheen, and weirdo grit, XRay Eyeballs sounds like two drifter kids covered in makeup and glitter trying to escape a dead city skyline proclaiming their love for each other as the world just passes them by. Creeped out and charming all at once. If the world died but the songs kept playing." - SDREED, Night-People Records
Euphemiser is an electronic music producer who welds beats, vocals and original modular synthesis into a vehicle suited to exploring the heavier, grindier side of the electro jungle. Based in Tasmania, Euphemiser's influences range from Junkie XL to classic NIN.
Dismantled is the sole product of Gary Zon whose unique blend of progressive electro-pop rock has crossed boundaries, meshing everything from the pop of Paula Abdul to the grind of Nine Inch Nails into a sonic attack like no other. The band's quick critical acclaim from fans and reviewers alike has found them a home on Metropolis Records, one of the biggest electronic alternative labels in the US featuring artists like Mindless Self Indulgence, Bauhaus, and VNV Nation, just to name a few.
The Glass Caves are a 5 piece indie-rock band from Pontefract, West Yorkshire. The band formed in early July 2010, when they began to write their first songs together in the synth players garage. Since then the band have supported the likes of Metronomy, Ghostpoet and Middleman and have played across the country from London to Preston.
Four Frenchmen, childhood friends, united in their love of synth music: dare we say it’s a tale of mystery and imagination, of friendship and self-discovery? Chateau Marmont’s story is half Stand By Me, half Solaris, half Logan’s Run and, yes, it doesn’t add up. They’ve known each other since forever, as children stranded in a hostile landscape dominated by hypertrophied bullies and pathetic louts. They found themselves and each other through synthetic music, so bright and remote in its promises of infinity and eternal bliss, so hard, cold and disturbing when its outlook turns dystopian.
Landing somewhere between Dan Black, Tears for Fears and La Roux is British synth-pop artist Max Gold. Strong use of 80’s-esque sounds, mixed with space-age imagery and a bent to the New Romantic style. http://www.myspace.com/maxgoldmusic
In a dark kitchen in the middle of a sweaty night in Las Vegas, all 6
There are 2 artists associated with this name:-
1) London based electronic duo. More releases soon.
2) Russian death metal band who released the 'Display Of Human Essence' EP in 2003.