Taking industrial music into the mainstream, Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Pretty Hate Machine’ remains an uncompromising, genre-defining album.
Special, remastered heavyweight coloured vinyl editions of all the titles in Enigma's catalogue are due for issue through Universal Music on 4 May 2018.
Electronic music pioneers Underworld have shared the Iceland-influenced video for new track 'Brilliant Yes That Would Be' shot by director Simon Taylor.
Nine Inch Nails follow their Meltdown Festival show with their first-ever headliner at London's iconic Royal Albert Hall on 24 June
A new super deluxe Brian Eno box set Music For Installations is released through UMG on 4 May in special 6CD and 9LP vinyl editions with extras.
DJ, producer and sleep sciene coach Tom Middleton is to release Sleep Better, the world's first scientifically-researched sleep album
Max Richter's much-acclaimed Sleep is making its streaming debut in its 8-hour entirety to mark World Sleep Day on 16 March
Early 1980s synth-pop pioneers Soft Cell, featuring Marc Almond and David Ball, are set to reunite for a final show at London's 02 Arena
Electronic music pioneers The Chemical Brothers have announced a major London show at Alexandra Palace following a series of summer festivals
Boyd Jarvis, the American house music pioneer, DJ, radio personality and collaborator with artists such as Herbie Hancock and Chaka Khan has died
Jóhann Jóhannsson, renowned Icelandic electronic musician and producer, who won a Golden Globe for his score to The Theory Of Everything has died aged 48
Contemporary British classical composer Max Richter's landmark 2015 release is to stream for the first time in its eight hour entirety
The artist's climb towards worldwide recognition took a significant upswing with his sixth album release.
A new book about iconic Bristol trip-hop outfit Massive Attack written by French journalist Melissa Chemem is slated for release in April 2018
The Chemical Brothers, The Horrors and Th Amazons have all been confirmed among the acts to perform at the 2018 Boardmasters Festival
Influenced, as ever, by new technologies, Tangerine Dream’s Hyperborea, released in September 1983, brought the group’s Virgin Records period to an end.