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When I was a moody teen in junior high, I sent off for the Projekt Records catalogs quite frequently (paper catalogs through the mail, mind you!) – and it was in the pages of those that I first read about unheard-of genres with lush, evocative, and appealing titles like “darkwave,” “dream

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Shortly after the tolling bells and strident drum beat that announce the arrival of ‘Cavity: First Communion’ off Christian Death’s groundbreaking debut LP Only Theatre of Pain come rolling and unfurling out of the speakers, the world was introduced to the voice of the one and only Rozz Williams. That

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The A Strange Day Festival is taking place on Friday Sept. 8th 2017 in Olympia, Wa. The line up is so on point that it’s pretty fucking unreal – peep it: Chameleons Vox, Soft Kill, Have A Nice Life, Body of Light, All Your Sisters, Draa. If we could, we would be there

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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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We are about 90% done with our CVLT Nation Sessions: The Cure Pornography comp. Every band that has taken part in this project has gone above and beyond what we expected. One of those bands is Portland’s Curezum, featuring Christopher van Huffel (Eight Bells) on drums & The vocals were handled by

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For a genre almost universally associated with the colour black, the world of gothic rock comprises a surprising myriad of shades. Be it post-punk, trad goth, or deathrock, as the genre was birthed and evolved, splintering into innumerable shards and subsets, a panoramic view of its many strands resembles nothing

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