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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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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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Jonathan Krohn, aka Stave, is an intriguing electronic producer from Chicago, who displays a diverse perspective when it comes to music he was also a member of experimental rock act Male, who released a couple of excellent releases in the in All Are Welcome and German for Shark.  In this interview, we

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Kush Arora and his dark and noisy post-dub/industrial project ONLY NOW are no mystery to these pages. And there’s a good goddamned reason for that – because this project by the San Francisco-based producer/musician is redefining the DNA of post-industrial and dark, apocalyptic, and atmospheric electronic music, and we’re huge supporters of

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Pact Infernal. This mysterious dark entity has been slithering through the experimental side of electronic music, projecting its dim vision with a well of inspiration. The act retains a degree of anonymity, but they were willing to allow a few questions regarding their existence and their journey through the Circles

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