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Planning for Burial has been the musical vessel of Thom Wasluck since 2005, and it is releases such as the Distances EP, Leaving, and of course 2014’s Desidetarum that are constant reminders of the sonic richness that this guy’s concepts encompass. The production of his new album, Below The House,

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Common Eider, King Eider are masters in sculpting absolutely grandiose and mind-bending blackened ritualistic ambience. The San Francisco dark ambient/blackened drone unit have been around since the mid-2000s, never ceasing to amaze in their patient and meticulous weaving of shadows, light, earth, moss, and blood, to create an invisible connecting

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I don’t really know what to say about A HUNDRED BLACK KITES upcoming release Arrow of Time other than I am feeling it. I’m at a loss for words because this music fits into no box in my current descriptive repertoire – and that’s why I am so moved by

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Fade Kainer is the very definition of a creative individual, and someone deeply planted in the musical realm. In this interview we discuss his latest project Statiqbloom, whose upcoming debut album will be released through Translation Loss Records, working in a band setting and a solo project, processing chains, effects, audio

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles The Body with Shredded Nerve, Lingua Ignota & Muslin at St. Vitus Bar You know, you start these days thinking “Man, I don’t know where the fuck I’m gonna end up” and you want to like the freedom of that ambiguity but you don’t because it’s Sunday and

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The contemporary classic darkwave band Night Sins, haling from Philadelphia, have finally released their third LP and first on Funeral Party Records, Dancing Chrome. This is their first album release since 2013’s To London Or The Lake, and I’ve gotta say, I absolutely love the direction Kyle Kimball has taken his work.

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