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    The Dark Flowers Debut Dusky Cover of “Death Valley 69” Featuring David J and Char

    Dark country indie project The Dark Flowers unleash a new EP, Death and Desire, set for release on 19th March via Loki Records. For The Dark Flowers’ 2014...

    Double Echo Dance Upon the Scottish Moors with 80s Eurovision Magic in “The Bairn”

    Sing me a song of a lad that is gone, Say, could that lad be I? Merry of soul he sailed on a day Over the sea...

    Whispering Sons Announce New Album “Several Others” and Debut “Santantango” and “Surgery”

    Following their reemergence with the video for Surface”, which made its debut at the beginning of the year, Belgian Post-Punk Act Whispering Sons have announced...

    Vain Warr Talks QAnon and Explores the Vagaries of Hell In “Mausoleum Saturnalia”

    Primal Architecture Records has become an extremely vital DIY record label throughout the course of the last year and change. Not concerned with chasing...

    Gothic Art-Rock Americana—An Interview with Dover Lights

    The Arkansas River Valley is admittedly an unusual haven for the gothically inclined, but Ozark Mountains-based art-rock duo, Dover Lights, continues to find inspiration in...

    Spanish Darkwave Act La Fiesta Triste Explores “The Beauty of Rust” in “Crepuscular”

    Spain’s LA FIESTA TRISTE is the sonic project of Javi Andreu (a.k.a. Fête Triste). The self-taught musician and producer created this project from the...

    NYC Duo New Rock City Debut Video for “Nice to Meet Ya”

    Cobbling together touches of new wave, punk, pop, and good old-fashioned rock, Nice To Meet Ya (RatMan Records) is the first offering from NYC’s New Rock City’s forthcoming,...

    Courses of Action: Argentinian EBM Duo Balvanera Debut Video for “Medium”—Plus Interview

    Courses of Action is the latest release from Argentinian duo, Balvanera. Their first release on DKA after a series of LP, EPs, splits, and remixes, Courses...

    Smiles are contagious, so in these troubled times Throat urge you to smile less

    Throat‘s third album, ”Smile Less” carries a significantly darker tone compared to the band’s previous output albeit the light at the end of...

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