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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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Partisan is post-punk in the vein of The Jam, The Wipers, and The Chameleons out of Belgium featuring ex-members of the bands Rise And Fall, Oathbreaker, and of course Maudlin. Unlike their self-titled debut EP that was released two years ago (which is a truly fucking sick blend of hardcore

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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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Here’s one of the best post-punk albums you haven’t heard. The Russian band TRIØXIN released Огни back in February with minimal buzz. Shame on me for sitting on this secret for so long, but here you go. The album is comprised of so many weird elements from other genres that

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Hailing from Australia, the mysterious post-punk artist Jon Edifice released his LP of the same title late last month. The album includes all four tracks from his previous Distant Gardens EP, plus six new songs! Let’s jump right into it. Label: Funeral Party Records     “Park” opens up the album

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