Author Archives: Alex Zander

About Alex Zander

Alex Zander resides in Chicago, IL and is the founder and publisher of MK ULTRA Magazine, established 1995. He can also be heard on the MKULTRASOUND PodCast


New LOCKJAW video is up. First video in 10 years. From the Lockjaw album Reverent on Dark Drug Records. Filmed and produced by Miguel Santiago/Mystery Music. Music and lyrics by Medavon DeRaj’e All Rights Reserved. (c) 2021 MurderLoveGodMusic Reverent is … Continue reading

Darkwave cult act Lycia release all new mini-album ‘Casa Luna’

After the recent re-release of “Ionia” on Vinyl, which became Audioglobe exports’ bestselling vinyl in 2021 so far, the darkwave cult act Lycia returns with a follow-up to 2018’s “In Flickers” in 4 versions. “Casa Luna” will be released as … Continue reading

MORTIIS Reveals Transmissions From The Western Walls Of Time

Dungeon synth pioneer, MORTIIS has announced the release of  Transmissions From The Western Walls Of Time – a live recording from 1997. Very few audio documents exist of the handful of shows MORTIIS did in the    90s, and this is one of the few we … Continue reading

Electronic Act UNKNOWNDIVIDE Bends Aural Landscapes With ‘Existence’

Electronic Artist UNKNOWNDIVIDE has released their new full-length album, Existence. Existence is the second release from UNKNOWNDIVIDE, continuing the sonic journey of genre-bending ranging from ambient, IDM, and techno. Now, with compelling rhythms and organic voicings, UNKNOWNDIVIDE further defines the aural landscape. A driving beat is not … Continue reading

CRACK THE SKY Set To Release Compilation Of Deep Cuts, Between The Cracks, July 2

May 10, 2021 — Every band has a cache of favorite songs in their catalog they wish had gotten more attention and/or more airplay, and CRACK THE SKY is no exception. The 12 deep cuts culled for BETWEEN THE CRACKS, due … Continue reading

Darkwave newcomers Witch Of The Vale re-release debut on CD and vinyl + new video

The debut album by Scotland’s Witch Of The Vale, is now coming to a turntable and CD player near you. The band’s debut full-length album “Commemorate” was released last year to digital platforms but is now also seeing a CD … Continue reading