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Kush Arora and his dark and noisy post-dub/industrial project ONLY NOW are no mystery to these pages. And there’s a good goddamned reason for that – because this project by the San Francisco-based producer/musician is redefining the DNA of post-industrial and dark, apocalyptic, and atmospheric electronic music, and we’re huge supporters of

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In 2014, american were releasing their debut album, Coping with Loss, through Sentient Ruin Laboratories, combining black metal and sludge with a noise and industrial perspective. This has not been a new trend in extreme metal, with acts like Full of Hell and The Body performing similar alchemical experiments. In

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Our comrades Consouling Sounds have started a new label called Circuits that will focus on releasing electronic-inspired music. The first project that they will be putting out is a rad band called FÄR, and today we are premiering their new video “Last Straw” below. An-Sofie De Meyer’s vocals are freaking awesome – I think

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I love when music alters my mind and takes everything in me to new planes of thought. I need sounds to act as portals for me, because it takes me away from the madness of this thing called life! Last year, These Hidden Hands came out with a very special record called Vicarious

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Pact Infernal. This mysterious dark entity has been slithering through the experimental side of electronic music, projecting its dim vision with a well of inspiration. The act retains a degree of anonymity, but they were willing to allow a few questions regarding their existence and their journey through the Circles

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CN: By now, you’re a band who needs no introduction. Everyone knows the name Full Of Hell, but it is often apparent that — much like some of your more iconic influences — most do not appreciate (or even understand) the full extent of the complexities within your music, lyrics,

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