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Hot on the heels of “Annihilator,” the first new song from Night Sins in over two years, Kyle Kimball blesses us with another track from his upcoming full-length, Portrait in Silver. While the former pulsed and throbbed with hard-hitting EBM beats (accompanied by a remarkable Trent Reznor impression), the latest

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Dead Register’s 2018 album Captive made some of my top ten lists and is still in regular rotation. Today we’re lucky to be premiering the video for the song “Ender” from that album. To coincide with this premiere, I caught up with the band to gain insight into the making

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Chicago’s always angular, forever on point GANSER are back with a new single called “Bad Form.” This band does not follow trends because they are too busy creating rad music that gets all under your skin and makes you want to dance! “Bad Form” is an off kilter post punk

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SECRET SHAME have a new single to share with us from their upcoming album Dark Synthetics, set to release on September 6th, 2019, and we are so stoked to be premiering “Calm” today! It’s a gorgeous showcase of the captivating sounds this band makes – the vocals on this track

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San Diego has a long history of influential bands and style in the underground music world. A thick family tree of players have splintered into projects that have stomped a plaster cast footprint into vinyl rarities and obscurities. A figurehead in the realm is Mr Bobby Bray, guitar tone manipulator

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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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