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Darkwave trio Bootblacks from New York City are playing at Out From The Shadows IV Festival in Portland, OR this year so we thought we’d have a chat! They’ve been around since 2010, although their full length albums were released in 2016 with Veins and 2017 with Fragments (both of

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Tearful Moon are darkwave duo Sky Lesco (lyrics/vocals) and Manuel Lozano (music/some vocals) of Houston, TX.  Their sophomore album Evocation was released digitally in September of last year on InClub records. 2018 is looking just as busy for them as they tour several parts of the world while releasing the

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VOWWS isn’t a band that allows for a definitive genre: the tracks are industrial and synth-filled, yet with eerie undertones that make the mood foreboding enough to rival the catchier elements. The self-proclaimed “industrial pop” duo, made up of Australia-to-LA transplants Matt and Rizz, release their second full-length, Under the World,

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On Prehistoric Sounds more than any other Saints release, the distinct Iggy Pop influence comes to you in swells. Warm and moving through you fast. Vocalist Chris Bailey makes you feel like Iggy, Morrison, and Reed copulated in a dark room and you’re listening to the afterbirth. By this album,

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With a sound as fearless as their name, Screature’s Old Hand New Wave takes deathrock and whips it into submission. The fourpiece from Sacramento recently played the West Coast Women’s Darkwave Festival in Oakland and I can’t even begin to describe how much I regret not attending. Screature are easily

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One of my favorite bands of all time, Glaare, have released their first LP and I’m so excited about it! These guys are from LA, and if you didn’t catch my first article about them, I’ll just say this: they don’t quite sound like anything else you may have heard,

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