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How can you not love a label called Drunken Sailor? It reeks, fortunately, of bar fights, fortuitous sex, lousy wine and people who laugh in the face of danger. That pretty much sums up what rock’n’roll, and punk by association, should be and a lot of times aren’t. Partly because

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She Past Away just released their third studio album Disko Anksiyete in May this year, and it’s a gorgeous celebration of deathrock! This is the kind of music that brings the beautiful ghouls out at night. It makes me want to glare sullenly through black eyeliner and sway on a

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Lebanon Hanover creates the kind of Cold Wave that warms my heart. Both of the vocalists are able to manifest vocal tones that enchant me. In April of last year, they released their album Let Them Be Alien via Fabrika Records. Today we would like to share with you Lebanon Hanover’s

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Sadly, most punk releases have become predictable copies of other predictable punk records. As much as I love d-beats and adults with charged hair using a chorus pedal, sometimes it just gets boring. Now, before you get triggered let me also say that I have no interest in attacking you

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Have you heard of the stellar Post Punk band SECRET SHAME? If not, today you will, because we are premiering their new song “Dark” from their forthcoming record Dark Synthetics that comes out on Sept. 6th via Portrayal of Guilt Records (pre-orders will be happening via bandcamp). I can’t get

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During the early ‘10s, a strange act from Texas using the moniker The Great Tyrant appeared. Through their unconventional line-up, which included synths, drums, bass and vocals, The Great Tyrant projected a vision of extreme experimental music through doom laden riffs, psychedelic interludes and a blackened demeanor. Unfortunately the band

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