Steven & Logan return with an album of dark vintage synths and esoteric lyrics, featuring e-bow guitar from Jan Linton, known for collaborations with Richard Barbieri, John Taylor, Leo Abrahams and Matthew Seligman. Three tracks, Dream:Scream, Toy and Spider's Kiss are built around the poems of Kevin O'Dowd.
Costume are an Italian electro project taking inspiration from The Prodigy, 808 State, The Shamenand Cabaret Voltaire. Masters of the remix, Costume have reworked tracks by Miss Guy, Fred Schneider of B52s, Angie Bowie and Steve Strange.
Natural Burella is the dark passage in the "Divine Comedy" through which Dante & Virgil leave hell. Diverse techno beats from MauSS and the European voices of Claudia Placanica and Steven Jones suggest exploration of cultural and spiritual boundaries.
THE ELECTRIC EYE
The Electric Eye is a mosaic of analogue synths and minor key melodics. Okans is washed ashore, dazed and disorientated. The songs represent his struggle to reassemble his fractured mind whilst facing the shifting demons of subconscious impulse.
Twelve tracks, plus remixes from Vandal Moon and Marco Cozza.
HANS UND LIESELOTTE
Steven Jones & Logan Sky decide to record an album in one week, armed with only ten titles. Ten songs emerged, ten enigmatic stories, off-kilter and atmospheric. Hans und Lieselotte also includes two bonus perverse remixes by the Godfather of Electro, Man Parrish.
Recorded by Logan Sky with Steve Strange and features Daphne Guinness on backing vocals. This is his last composition before his untimely death in February 2015. Three of the tracks on this release also contain performances from Visage vocalist, Lauren Duvall.
Dark, emotionally complex songs including a psychotic tribute to Depeche Mode. excerpts from The Tibetan Book Of The Dead and an existential duet featuring
former Visage vocalist Lauren Duvall.
Originally released on the iconic Some Bizzare label.
Songs inspired by the emotional dislocation of life in the neon landscapes of New York and London. Featuring uber-glamorous artwork from the legendary Mark Wardel .
Songs exploring and informed by the potency of travel, the crossing of boundaries, the defining of frontiers and the re-incarnation of old identities.
An occult collaboration with New York vocalist Donna Destri, Strange Magic constellates the dark intensity of Kenneth Anger's 'Lucifer Rising' with New Wave and contemporary club beats. A collection of sleek remixes, it also includes the first Jones/Sky co-write 'Falcon Of The Dunes'.