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The Chicago based industrial duo HIDE were formed in 2014, and have since released a series of excellent EPs and singles, building up towards their debut album, Castration Anxiety. Comprising of visual artist Heather Gabel and percussionist Seth Sher, the sonic territories that HIDE explore are diverse. Structuring their sound

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Portland is our adult Disneyland, mainly because of the plethora of amazing bands that pop up in this PNW town like magic mushrooms! OVER is a band that formed in 2016 and they make post-punk/anarcho-punk/death rock that we’re swooning over. Today we’re excited to share their latest digital-only release, “Amateur Predator.”

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Of all the many-coloured moths that first burst free of the original gothic rock chrysalis, Sex Gang Children were perhaps the most strident and unique – the patterns on their wings the most vibrant and distorted, their vision the most singular. Immediately creating waves amidst the cloistered environs of the Batcave, it

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Usually, dark songs come from dark places. That’s why when you think of goth, you think of England. Yes, England is dark, not only because it’s mostly cold and damp but also because they were, and sort of still are, one of biggest colonialist countries, and that’s some dark shit

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For the past several years, great bands seem to spring up right out of the polluted industrial soil of West Oakland. The humanitarian disaster of the landscape and bureaucratic historic neglect of the people only fuel the fury and precision of local musicians that refuse to be bogged down and

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All seems to have been quiet in the Seatlle punk scene in last few years save for a refreshing tidal wave of feminist pop-punk. Lots of metal is constantly descending on the rainy, technocratic hell but aside from a few select Anarcho-revival bands such as Arcane and Medusa Stare, the

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