1994 Cold's Strobe Light Network was a club hit all over Europe. DJs paid ridiculous amounts for a rare copy of the track which is considered a true classic by both Sven Väth as well as Alex Azary. Written and produced was Strobe Light Network by Isar Logi Arnarson, who is also around on the 66º North -10 on Elektrolux. The legendary original track was released by the small Icelandic Label Code records and was licensed by Reload in Belgium. The Remixes of Strobe Light Network by Sven Väth and Ralf Hildenbeutel as well as Flow.Machine are released exclusively on Elektrolux. A definite classic.
Norwegian duo Röyksopp compensated for the cold climes of their native Tromsø by making some of the warmest, most inviting downbeat electronica of the 21st century, exemplified by early tracks like "Eple" and "Poor Leno." The pair, Torbjørn Brundtland and Svein Berge, both grew up in Tromsø and began recording in the early '90s…
V is the upcoming fifth studio album by English rock band the Horrors. The album will be released on 22 September 2017 by Wolf Tone/Caroline International.
The B-52's were one of the great new wave bands, one of the ones who defined the style and cut one of the great records of their time (their eponymous debut), an outfit who maintained a dedicated following even as they fell off the radar of critics and hipsters, a group who overcame a tragic loss (guitarist Ricky Wilson) to make a startling, unpredictable comeback that launched them beyond college radio and to the top of the pop charts. It's a hell of a story, even if the final act was decidedly anticlimatic (after one follow-up to the Cosmic Thing comeback, 1992's Good Stuff, the group essentially disappeared apart from an embarrassing version of the Flintstones theme for the 1993 big-screen adaptation), and they're easily one of the more legendary bands of their time.