Minimum Viable Product features an quality collection of 12 tracks from around the World of Electronic Post-Punk.
As part of the project each of the contributing artists released a single featuring specially commissioned and/or exclusive tracks,
This LP presents the A-sides as an eclectic and exciting compilation of pan-global hits.
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Another addition to my growing collection of darkwave albums, a sound I didn’t know I liked until recently.
A dark overall feel, killer female vocals, driving rhythms, and synths reminiscent of the 80s, which was the decade of my coming of age and is why I feel nostalgia for the sound. Lute FP
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Brilliant artwise this EP by Paradox Obscur is even greater musically. Toxic and Ann deliver 3 brand new tracks in which they blend greek lyrics (a pleasant surprise) with unmistakable minimal synth power. Another absolutely flawless release by Greece's top coldwave act. Period manhunter
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For me it’s two records that stands out of a crowded field of 80’s nostalgia driven albums in the last ten years: Linea Aspera-Self Titled and Silent EM-Foreign States. Silent EM accomplished something truly magnificent here, it is not new wave, not quite EBM, not really industrial either and it’s definitely not punk however it is just the most clever blend of it all. Effortless and simple, melodic and hard, contagious and addictive and it is a masterpiece of mood and style with a great album cover and no filler tracks. I want more, more, and more. And I want it know. Take me back to the place where we cut ourselves and partied against daylight in dark dungeons where we were safe. Take me back where synth pop was too soft but rock was to traditional. The energy of punk was running in our veins but we dared to worship electronic sound and noise. Take me back. Altered States