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We Are Parasols are an atmospheric shoegaze band out of Portland, OR. This last October they released a fantastically dark, surreal music video for their new song “Hold Me Fire”. I had the opportunity to interview the band about the video, their origin and influences, and more! First of all,

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  Days are looking bleak in terms of national politics. Right-wing authoritarianism is making an unprecedented clampdown on dissent while white supremacist murders and terrorists attacks have become the new norm. Those on the anti-authoritarian left are getting hospitalized in street brawls with Nazi frat boys and police refuse to

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RITUAL VEIL make dark, immersive, sexy music. We’ve had the pleasure of seeing them perform a couple of times over the last year in support of their Wolf in the Night EP (pick it up here or here), and if you’re wondering what a RITUAL VEIL show is like, it’s like

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Distressed, raw and stripped-down, the first wave of Death Metal in the late 80s/early 90s brought with it the speed of grind, the drive of thrash and the attitude of hardcore by razing the paths laid before them and terrifying every pearl-clutching prude the world over. This rare moment in

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Elevándose de los cielos ahumados de Portland, Oregon, viene Destripados, la última cruzada sónica en defensa de la vida en el planeta tierra. El aterrador cuarteto d-beat rompe las orejas y envía a las autoridades que corren por sus vidas mientras su apariencia de moralidad se desvanece bajo el olvido

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Portland electro-industrial quartet Die Robot recently released their debut LP Technopunk! This could not be a more fitting title for this masterpiece– EBM/techno in sound, but lyrically very political, the album takes you into the band’s own starry galaxy they’ve created. Technopunk by Die Robot “10,000 Years” launches right into

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