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Brooklyn based Niabi Aquena’s solo project SEARMANAS released a debut self-titled album on Cleopatra Records only a month ago! The multi-layered ambient industrial record spans 7 tracks, finding a unique back-and-forth balance between dark and light. SEARMANAS recently completed The Dark Ceremony Tour with electronic artist Textbreak. I had the

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Midnight Conversations was released on Cleopatra Records on July 20th of this year! As usual Miami, FL based Astari Nite has pieced together their own beautiful corner of darkwave. I highly recommend purchasing the actual CD (limited to only 100!) which features some incredible bonus artwork from Anastasia Gwynn Judd both

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Midwest Producer and DJ TEXTBEAK has just dropped his debut album via Cleopatra records. Featuring a host ov guests such as Mark Stewart (The Pop Group/The Maffia), Janine Rainforth (Maximum Joy), Bestial Mouths, Peter Hope, Robert Disaro, Searmanas and is produced by John Fryer. Thee record is pretty great, bringing

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LA post-punk five-piece Night Nail have unveiled a dark, trippy new music video for “Walls Collapse” (track 5 on the LA Demons album released last month on Cleopatra Records) and you’re catching it here first! The album consists of seven tracks with very different moods – “Walls Collapse” is on the

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Xentrifuge are a harsh industrial duo from New York who have a new album out on Cleopatra Records! Desensitized Parallels is available digitally and on CD. Their music video for “Circles of Dust” released back in February is pure ritualistic gothic madness. My interview with the band below reveals some

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Miami darkwave band Astari Nite have just released a brand new music video for their new song “Sunday Queen” and Cvlt Nation has the exclusive! Having formed a decade ago in 2008, the group’s synthy goth rock feels right at home among 80s staples like The Cure, New Order, and

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