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The Philly band NOTHING pressed their way to the forefront of the shoegaze revival with their 2014 album Guilty of Everything. They brought a loud and rough around the edges grunge undercurrent to the genre as a needed reminder of bands like Hum and the Catherine Wheel. Some of this

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Photos: Bad/Good On August 8th, we were lucky to see a show that we’d been anticipating for the past few months. Miserable, Death Bells and Fearing toured their way up the West Coast and found themselves at The Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver. What followed was a night of amazing music

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Introducing We Are Parasols‘ brand new track “The Gods have Become Disease” from the upcoming No Center Line EP! We Are Parasols are an electro-shoegaze trio out of Portland, OR consisting of D, Jeremy, and Alec. This is their follow-up to their sophomore album Inertia which was released late last

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Malefixio are a spooky band dishing out some incredible darkwave out of Barcelona, Spain. Their album Culto a lo Invisible was released last month and in case you missed it, it’s quite a gem! This band has a uniqueness to them while maintaining a distinctly goth image, the album swaying

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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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With their latest offering from Hampton Roads’ darkwave synthpop icons, Pain in the Yeahs have honed in on the mastery of their signature no-wave, shoegaze dirges.  The album “Dopamine Noir” spirals in and out of anxieties and assurances of frontman James Wagner’s sincerity and beckoning.  Channeling pulsations at times from

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