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Walk Onto Sun, the work of LA solo artist Ben Engebretson, released Grow Static digitally last month. It’s available for only $3 on Bandcamp and it’s one of the most exciting darkwave/industrial releases I’ve heard this year! I can’t seem to get enough of it.   Grow Static by Walk

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Coming off their Breathless EP released last year, Child of Night‘s track “Graves” now has a music video! This band emits soft and dancey darkwave out of Columbus, OH. “Graves” is easily the most somber track on Breathless, evoking a cold and rainy atmosphere, the music video completes the experience with

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Portland synth-based post-punk duo in the realm of Joy Division/New Order are soon to be releasing their highly anticipated Atrium LP on Vacant Decade! This is their first LP as well as their first release since their self-titled EP last year, so I’m really excited about it. The 8 tracks

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Reflecting on goth’s evolution from punk, New Model Army singer Justin Sullivan told author John Robb, in Punk Rock: An Oral History, “I think that goth was a further reaction to a failed revolution – a search for something different and dark and quasi-spiritual. It was a kind of Native

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Dave Cantrell puts together a huge, several-day lineup of darkwave/postpunk/deathrock/darkpunk/shoegaze/synthpop/etc and related bands from as near and far as possible, ranging from heavy hitters to the obscure. Fittingly, it’s known as the Out From The Shadows Festival, and this was the third year running! I was absolutely devastated when I missed

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Gloomy Swiss band Future Faces have just dropped my latest obsession, Revolt – their very first EP, and it’s blown me away. This is what I want to show people when they ask to hear what modern goth rock is. It’s what fans of gothic metal should be listening to

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