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Sär

Sär is a writer and music enthusiast born and raised in the Portland, OR area. They have been an avid listener of goth, postpunk and deathrock since 2003 and their ultimate goal is to introduce as many people to as many of these amazing bands as possible.

Post-Punkshoegaze

Uplifting dreampop duo Devoured By Flowers recently released their first full length album one year after The Luminescent EP. Moonscape Hotel is a beautiful follow-up release with an epic sound akin to Echo and the Bunnymen, perfect to daydream to. The lyrics evoke pretty nature visuals that match the music

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Xentrifuge are a harsh industrial duo from New York who have a new album out on Cleopatra Records! Desensitized Parallels is available digitally and on CD. Their music video for “Circles of Dust” released back in February is pure ritualistic gothic madness. My interview with the band below reveals some

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UK solo artist QUAL’s new album The Ultimate Climax has already received a ton of praise since its release at the end of February. Out on Avant! Records, The Ultimate Climax is essentially industrial music for postpunk fans. There’s an urban minimal synth element to the music that can’t be

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Darkwave band Shadowlands from Portland, OR have a new music video out and Cvlt Nation is excited to premiere it here first! This video is for the song “Possessions”, the final track on their recently released 002 EP. It has one of the most endearing concepts I’ve ever seen for

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Miami darkwave band Astari Nite have just released a brand new music video for their new song “Sunday Queen” and Cvlt Nation has the exclusive! Having formed a decade ago in 2008, the group’s synthy goth rock feels right at home among 80s staples like The Cure, New Order, and

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ACTORS of Vancouver, Canada have just released their new LP It Will Come To You on Artoffact Records! This album draws heavy inspiration from the early U2 records Boy, October, and War. They’ve managed to combine this corner of post-punk with some of the most intense darkwave you’ll hear this

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