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So it’s been a long ass winter ov discontent here in Glasgow. I haven’t posted much here as I’ve been battling the flu and cold, but as always lots ov rad music has landed at my door so I’m just going to gather it all here in a big catch

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If 2017 was the year when retro-synth made a huge comeback to the underground world, keep your pants on 2018, because it’s already stacking up to be a wild era where the lines between goth, pop, postpunk and dark ambient get blurred like the stars when you’re staring out of

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Congratulations, you’ve passed hump day and the weekend is almost here. Sometimes you just need to turn the lights off, the strobe on, and fucking dance. Copenhagen, Denmark’s Private Pact have┬ájust released their debut record Purity via Mass Media Records and we are streaming it in full below! Turn this

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If you are tired of “cold wave” albums that sound like they were recorded on a four track in the bathroom, and open to some genre-defying, drug-crazed nonsense that is fun as all hell, do not waste another second of your life by not hearing Cairo Pythian. You automatically find yourself knowing that you will like the following song, even before you get there.

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The first track of the CD version of Troller‘s self-titled LP is called “Milk”; it’s nightmarishly gothic and genuinely creepy. Horror movie sound effects (or noises that remind me of horror movie sound effects) slash across a dreary landscape of synths and bass guitar, and after a slow build up

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