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Interview by Jesse Feinman Choir Boy (Dais Records) is a synth-pop band that currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. They play a somber, introspective style of music not so far from the likes of New Order, The Wake, or even Bryan Ferry’s solo work. Their singer, Adam Klopp, is

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LA post-punk five-piece Night Nail have unveiled a dark, trippy new music video for “Walls Collapse” (track 5 on the LA Demons album released last month on Cleopatra Records) and you’re catching it here first! The album consists of seven tracks with very different moods – “Walls Collapse” is on the

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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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Xentrifuge are a harsh industrial duo from New York who have a new album out on Cleopatra Records! Desensitized Parallels is available digitally and on CD. Their music video for “Circles of Dust” released back in February is pure ritualistic gothic madness. My interview with the band below reveals some

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UK solo artist QUAL’s new album The Ultimate Climax has already received a ton of praise since its release at the end of February. Out on Avant! Records, The Ultimate Climax is essentially industrial music for postpunk fans. There’s an urban minimal synth element to the music that can’t be

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I usually use music to fuel the dark, angry, chimp parts of my brain that kick-start my creative juices and crank up the idea-engine. For the past month or so, I’ve been writing a script for a friend, fueled by nothing but newretrowave tunes.  So in sticking with that theme,

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