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Leah B. Frink
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All photos: Leah B. Frink Untamed Creatures of the night: Odyssey is the Darkwave album you have been missing in your gloomy existence. I purchased this album immediately when they announced that it hit the net on their facebook page, and I highly recommend adding it to your collection. I have been

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Gemma Shaw

Nick Sargeant interviews Gazelle Amber Valentine Self-advertising nomadicism is pretty much the name of your game as a band, and your preferred way of living (at least for the last 15+ years) – how are you still doing it? It’s pretty grueling.  But living in a vehicle we could tour in,

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This month, II by Crowhurst, which is sure to be one of the best albums you will hear all year, was released. In addition to penning my thoughts on the album in a separate feature, I had the opportunity to interview Jay about the new release: First, how did the

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Presha is the head of Samurai Music, one of the most interesting labels you will find in the electronic music domain, and its subdivisions. Seriously guys, this label has released records from magnificent artists, just some of the latest ones include Pact Infernal, Lucy, Ancestral Voices, The Untouchables, Homemade Weapons and

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Clay Rendering – We Are Aware 12” + Q&A by The Brvtalist There is something about Clay Rendering that just seems to linger long after the tracks end. It’s a haunting romanticism that feels both powerful and delicate at the same time. Husband and wife duo Mike and Tara Connelly

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Mateus Mondini
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It is a concept; a constant need to deconstruct the reality. ‘Cause we’re not happy with it and need to create our own constructions. – Patryca Proniewska, Belgrado. There is something innately primal about Belgrado. While it’s easy to feel nostalgic when taking in this Barcelona-based post-punk outfit, the band

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