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Meghan

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing.

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At the end of this month, avant-garde champions Consouling Sounds are releasing a mesmerising self-titled debut record from BOLT RUIN via their electronic imprint Circuits. Today we’re excited to bring you the video premiere for the track “Psilentze” – this video leads you into a gorgeous wilderness, with elements of

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If you know doom then you better know WEEDIAN – one of the net’s best sources for everything doom/stoner/Sleep-worship. Our tastes align perfectly with everything Weedian brings to the underground music table, so we are so excited about their new comp being released on Blues Funeral Recordings! There are some

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While searching out new music is already a huge part of our job, since we started Dark Waves Radio over at nofunradio.com we’ve really started to dive into the world of post punk and deathrock. If you’re a fan of these genres, make sure to tune in each month to

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Croatian post trap project Tikach X Undershirt is releasing their EP Anemioa via Portland’s Cercle Social Records this Spring, and we are really looking forward to hearing more of it! Today we’re stoked to share their video for the track “Ribcage” off of Anemioa that went live last week…I know there

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David S. Fylstra is making amazing music under the name FOLIAN, and the new LP from this project, Ache Pillars, is yet another gorgeous piece of music coming out of Portland, OR. This is drone/shoegaze that taps into your favorite underground projects of the 90s but is nothing but current

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How does black metal with d-beat skeletons hiding in its closet sound to you? To me, it sounds perfect – so I’m really digging this new AKASHA track we’re streaming. If their new record Canticles Of The Sepulchral Deity doesn’t take the underground by storm then y’all should be ashamed

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