Hello friends of A Different Drum! It is time for a brief update, though I must apologize, since I haven’t had a chance to write the next installment of A Different Drum’s history yet. Still, I wanted to let you know of a couple interesting new releases that came during the last couple of days.
IAMX “The Unified Field” $18 — IAMX has become of the scene’s most interesting and dynamic performers, and now we have the new album in stock. You can order the CD here :
De/Vision “Strange Days” (Box Set) $30 — I only got a couple of these boxes, since I wasn’t sure how many fans needed to pick one up. As a big De/Vision fan, I found the release interesting as it represents a collection of works from De/Vision’s early days which are perhaps my favorites. But if you’re like me, you already have these tracks– consisting of the first three albums and some of the remixes from singles and bonus discs. You can see the complete track list and order the box here :
Christopher Anton “In Silence - Rename Mixes” (limited promo CDR) $12 — This limited edition promo CD features four versions of “In Silence” as remixed by Rename. There are only 50 numbered copies worldwide, and I’ve got only a few here. You can see the track list and order here :
Mechanical Apfelsine “RED” $16 — After a great debut album which sold well in A Different Drum’s store, we now have the cool, 2nd album by Russian synthpop band, Mechanical Apfelsine. You can check out one of their songs and order the new album here :
That is all I have for you this week. I’ll try to get another installment of A Different Drum’s history written next time. Thanks for your support!