From the moment I first heard Dennis Sanders’ captivating industrial-rock project Spirit in the Room, I’ve been hooked on the dark passion of their at times contradictory, always hard to define sound. And you should be too. Leaden with sad crooning and cutting, scathing lyrics, if you get a chance
Who awesome is THE COLUMN? The answer is beyond awesome! This Post Punk project is happy music for happy and depressed humans that will make everything around seem better! Their last album Oracle came out on Funeral Party Records in 2018. The word on the Post Punk street is that
For anyone who’s into bondage fashion or leather lingerie, CREEPYYEHA is a household name. I have been lusting after their creations for years now, imagining myself caged in leather and steel and feeling like I could crush the world. In my imagination, my warrior self wears something designed and hand
Descending from the dark tower like a swarm of bats in the vacant and most horrifying night, Portland’s Vueltas shriek with all the vampyric fury of searing witches. Enchanting their cauldron with spells against the war machine of capitalism, they bring a familiar soundscape reminiscent of the early days of
THROES are intent on bringing you pain and agony. Pain and agony that call to mind the suffering of humanity, the mental darkness and physical pain we face in our own minds and in the world around us. This is cathartic music for those who need their pain made material.
I always wanted to write this: Fuck Post-Rock. After rock, there’s nothing worth listening to. It’s either rock or it isn’t. And Post-rock is rock, even if it doesn’t follow the same rules. At least when it began, because now, there’s a post-rock band under every other rock (pun intended).
When Meghan told me that seeing Angel Du$t live would be “grimier than the record,” I really did not understand the gravity of that statement… until it LITERALLY hit me in the face in the form of a helmet-clad stage diver who hucked their meat straight into my frontal lobe at an appropriately sweaty
The culture of mankind has from its earliest stirrings been dominated by the interplay between sex and death, creating representations ridiculous and sublime, determined by the cultural fancies and technological limits of the time. And the web has intertwined Eros and Thanatos in ways that cater for any proclivity, with