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Solo project The Wheal from Paris, France (also of Seventeen At This Time) blew me away at Out From The Shadows IV earlier this year. Now Frederic is making his dark return with another U.S. tour! The Wheal’s music is irresistible dark electro, but the real experience is the unique

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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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Australian dark electro duo Mezko‘s brand new 3-song EP Syzygy is out now on Anti-Language Records! If Mezko isn’t on your radar yet, you’ve definitely been missing out. These two have been creating fun, indulgent electronica for the last few years including a slew of eye-catching music videos (the latest

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Introducing the brand new music video from darkwave solo project Dancing Plague! This one is for “Slow Years”, the first track off the Pure Desperation album released in March of this year. Previously known as The Dancing Plague of 1518, the Spokane, WA based artist is a true master of

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If you know about chiptune already, the fact that people have been composing and playing music with Game Boys in the past 15-20 years will sound like no news for you. In case you’ve never heard this word before, note that we’re not talking about 8 bit videogames nerds: we’re

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Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Azar Swan is the industrial project of Zohra Atash and Joshua Strawn. While their electronic madness was once classified as industrial pop, Azar Swan has since taken a much darker turn. Their performance at Out From The Shadows IV this year in Portland was absolutely phenomenal,

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