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Music is my drug. I now creep through Bandcamp pages and promos sitting in my inbox looking for this high. Most fail to recall the euphoria of the first time finding a band that connected to their inner being. It does happen from time to time. This time, by way

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Blut Aus Nord is an exemplar black metal band, always forward thinking, never being confined by the close-mindedness of the genre. Through the years, the entity led by Vindsval, has been changing its style from one record to the next. At one moment they appear as an excellent, straightforward atmospheric

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Here is the third annual instalment of my Halloween playlist. Perhaps it’s the fact I am off my meds, but haven’t been feeling an extra spark of darkness so far this October. Normally, it at least feels like the rest of the world is finally on the same page as

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Jonathan Krohn, aka Stave, is an intriguing electronic producer from Chicago, who displays a diverse perspective when it comes to music he was also a member of experimental rock act Male, who released a couple of excellent releases in the in All Are Welcome and German for Shark.  In this interview, we

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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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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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