A Million Different Moments – Rick’s Cafe

Sean BunnyThere is a growing underground music scene called “synthpop” which is informed by electronica and similar in style to the Pet Shop Boys and the Smiths. Madison's very own Null Device is one of the better bands of that genre, although the numerous influences evident in their music make …

Listen to the Future

T.D. – www.connexionbizarre.net The American Synthpop label A Different Drum has been for some years now one of the main labels keeping the Synthpop genre alive. One of ADD’s interesting features as a label if its series of compilations. In addition to more “standard” bargain-priced “club-hits” and “ballad” compilations there have …

A Million Different Moments – Gothic Beauty

CaroleeFuture Pop defines Null Device beatter than most bands which fall into that subgenre of electronic music. A Million Different Moments is a smarter and more world-conscious electronic-dance album that mixes Indian Bhangra beats, Middle Eastern percussion and ululations, and Far Easter phrases with programmed fractals of sythetic pop. It …

A Million Different Moments – Industrial Nation

Ryan HillI must admit, Null Device caught me a little off guard with this review. Unfamiliar with their previous work, the name Null Device sounds to me like some sort of crunchy, guitar-fused industrial project, or perhaps a thrashing, club-stomping German electro band. Much to my surprise, Null Device sounds …

Halo: Best of Madtown Electro and Synth

Jason Baker Stochastic Theory “Shared Lies” Ensku “All Is Fair” Brian Schuh “The One Who Dismissed Me Again” m00ntz! “I Don't Want Her (And Neither Do You)” Echo Virus “Stranded (8 Hours)” Signal 12 “Anesthetized” Null Device “Electrified” The Gothsicles “English License (The How-did-we-get-on-this-comp? mix)” ctrlshft “Half-Life” Oneiroid Psychosis “First …