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I am a straight up music nerd, so when I saw this feature about THE MCKENZIE TAPES on Dangerous Minds today I had to dig deeper. What I found has not only given me chills, it has made me fall in love with this tape site. So from the late 70s

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I’ve said it before many times in various writeups I’ve done on both here and Fucked By Noise, but it bears repeating: Philadelphia, PA has one of the most interesting scenes in North America (and arguably in the world). The subject of this particular writeup, DIALER, is definitely a band

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From the ashes of eighties deathrock legend Scarecrow and the NYC post-punk goth rock scene emerges Drezden, featuring former Scarecrow guitarist Joe Truck on guitars and vocals. Drezden exemplifies deathrock here and now in the twenty-first century, still sending goth rockers patrolling abandoned buildings and derelict graveyards to go soul-searching,

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On May 30th, 1985, I got the chance to see Sisters of Mercy on their second tour of the States at Fenders Ballroom in Long Beach. Now almost 33 years to the day, NAUT’s new record Raise the Lights moves me just as much as that night. This band creates driving, ethereal,

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For the YouTube fiends out there, you know that stagnation has become as synonymous with the platform as Google and Clickbait. In the wake of what’s known as the recent “adpocalypse” (aka the demonetization of any content that isn’t PG), professional content creators are disillusioned with investing their time in

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It’s a secret that’s becoming harder and harder to hide: the fearless faces of depressive hip-hop mask a greater era of anxiety that’s seeking safety in lo-fi beats peppered with schoolyard nostalgia. California-based musician Brennan Savage is being heard loud in this underground despite exuding more understated vibes. While appeals

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