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The highly anticipated full length LP from Sydney-based Death Bells, Standing At The Edge of the World, is out now from Funeral Party Records! Death Bells released a 6-song EP in April 2016, none of which are repeated on this incredible 10-song release. The album, which was completed last May,

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In light of their new LP “No New Violence”, Belgium synthy psychedelic post-punk band Public Psyche has quickly become a band I’m dying to experience in-person because their music feels like such a trippy, out-of-body adventure. Think Alice In Wonderland meets Robert Smith, at least for the first couple of

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PARTISAN makes addictive post-punk that I’ve been spinning non-stop over the past couple of weeks. Featuring ex-members of Rise & Fall, Oathbreaker and Maudlin, they definitely hit a bit heavier than I expect – more drums, more fuzz, a glimpse of their hardcore roots. They have a new record in

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Photos: Marco Zanin Shellac, the American post-hardcore band from Chicago, is on tour around Europe. I talked with Steve Albini, musician and producer, about his band, how to become a great sound engineer and the future of music. You’re on tour with Shellac around Europe. How’s it going? Steve: It’s

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It’s been a while since the last SFTG chapter, so here we go with VOL. XXII, AKA “Descent,” cause you really have to embrace the pits to uncover these underground gems whose obscurity is a crime, so here’s to shining some light on them…. One – FOSA – Demo Chile’s Fosa‘s

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I find it funny that, in my experience, when most people hear the term “post-punk,” they jump to thinking about the popular (i.e. radio friendly) work of Joy Division, The Sisters Of Mercy, and other bands who tend to be seen as “softer;” when in reality, quite a good deal

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