Scuplted hair, scuplted face her flying saucer eyes. It’s the 80s and she swoons to Depeche Mode while retro synthesizers intoxicate you. That dark 80s pop continues with Alien Skin
And now you can download 4 Alien Skin singles for free!
Listen to what others are saying about Alien Skin!
“Like Gary Numan Alien Skin is timeless as opposed to reliving something from the past and throwing some glitter on it.” -Jan LaRue
“This electro veteran has been around since Alan Wilder first joined Depeche Mode, and it shows!” -Brixton Rifles
“Alien Skin you bridge the gap between all post punk, synthpop, new wave, ambient & new romantic and I love it, you’re my music hero!” -Lexton Hatchett
Originating from Australia Alien Skin has been at the frontier of electronic pop since its beginnings. His former band Real Life topped European and national charts and springboarded onto American radio with their 1983 synth smash ‘Send Me An Angel’.
If you’re unfamiliar with the name Alien Skin it’s OK. Even with a notable history independent artists rarely have resources to remain in front of a broad audience. Some, like Alien Skin, have continued for years beneath the public radar producing music for their enduring audience.
Fans of dark electropop follow Alien Skin today because he continues to represent that memorable 80s era we love.
So, if you too are a dyed-in-the-wool fan of 80s version Depeche Mode, OMD, New Order, Gary Numan and others like them then Alien Skin music is a must for your collection.
Jamsphere magazine wrote, “there’s a sensitivity behind the android cool”. His lyrical imagery, delicate or obscure, speaks of alienation and aloneness. Compressed, atmospheric and claustrophobic it fits inside a pocket of turbulent melancholia.
For a limited time Alien Skin is giving away 4 freshly reMastered fan-fave singles…
Just enter your name and email address beneath the big red arrow on this site and you will immediately receive a download link to the free tracks before you can say…
“I love 80s retro-electropop.”
Because…as leading European electro magazine, Side-Line, says “if you think electro-pop has been stagnating for too many years, Alien Skin will come as a real relief.”