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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.

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DIY musicians Annex from the Texas/Mexico border have finally released their sophomore LP Melu! Mastered by Daniel Husayn at North London Bomb Factory, the album is being released by Inflammable Material Records(EU), Adelante Discos (US) and Occult Whispers Records (US). Their sound has changed a little since their last release, and

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Walk Onto Sun, the work of LA solo artist Ben Engebretson, released Grow Static digitally last month. It’s available for only $3 on Bandcamp and it’s one of the most exciting darkwave/industrial releases I’ve heard this year! I can’t seem to get enough of it.   Grow Static by Walk

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Bloated Subhumans recently released Execution 3, a live 6-track session recorded at Strange Matter during Queer Bait Ball last year. This is easily my favorite release of theirs so far. While Commemoration is perfect for dissociating to, Execution 3 manages to encapsulate a powerful, even dance-y energy that studio recordings

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Coming off their Breathless EP released last year, Child of Night‘s track “Graves” now has a music video! This band emits soft and dancey darkwave out of Columbus, OH. “Graves” is easily the most somber track on Breathless, evoking a cold and rainy atmosphere, the music video completes the experience with

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I recently had the rare privilege of both finally getting to see horror/comedy ReAgitator: Revenge of the Parody on the big screen and to meet director Dylan Mars Greenberg of Disck Pictures in person! It was truly the opportunity of a lifetime. This took place on November 17th at 5th Avenue

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With a sound as fearless as their name, Screature’s Old Hand New Wave takes deathrock and whips it into submission. The fourpiece from Sacramento recently played the West Coast Women’s Darkwave Festival in Oakland and I can’t even begin to describe how much I regret not attending. Screature are easily

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