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Interview by Jesse Feinman Choir Boy (Dais Records) is a synth-pop band that currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. They play a somber, introspective style of music not so far from the likes of New Order, The Wake, or even Bryan Ferry’s solo work. Their singer, Adam Klopp, is

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Each week it seems that a new post-punk/dream pop/new wave song catches my ear and reminds me of the unlimited well of music waiting to be heard. After the latest Miserable tour was announced, I realized I had been tragically overlooking Sydney, Australia’s Death Bells. The sextet released a self-titled

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The music of Reuben Sawyer is nomadic in spirit, passing through vast soundscapes and never settling in one place for too long. From drone pop and psychedelic krautrock to blackened punk, throbbing industrial, and ambient house, the prolific multi-instrumentalist has proven himself the master of many musical worlds in his

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The current subcultures that surround our readers here at Cvlt Nation have tended towards more gloom, as our world seems to be plunging itself into an irredeemable oblivion. While getting back to the Batcave, as another Cold War seems imminent or indeed existent, depending on who you ask, some bands

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Have you heard the insanely epic and original Post-Punk from Oakland called Moira Scar? Well, today you are about to see their new video for “Erased” because we are premiering it right here and now! Make sure to peep the bands new LP that is out now on Psychic Eye // Near Dark

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The process of transformation is nothing new for Reuben Sawyer. Whether it’s a shift in musical direction or a fresh approach to visual art, the renaissance man behind Rainbath Visual and multiple music projects (Hollow Sunshine, Dry Insides, and Rose, to name a few) always seems to have new tricks up his sleeve. In

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