Nov 2019 09

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After a year in production, Southern California dark pop duo Famblood has released its self-titled debut album via the CrunchPod label. Cousins Lynette Rios Padilla (L) and Sam Padilla’s inspirations range from ’80s new wave to modern darkwave, blending both with elements of witch house, EBM, and electro [..]

Nov 2019 09

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U.K. based female electronic duo Capital X has released its second album, Unlocked, on November 8. Exploring themes of empowerment and taking action on a global scale, serving as a hook-laden call to arms woven into layers of thick bass and hard electro [..]

Nov 2019 08

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It has been a momentous year for I Ya Toyah following the release of the electro/industrial act’s Code Blue debut, culminating now in the release of the “Glass Eyes” single. Now available to purchase via Bandcamp and with a music video due to make its premiere on November 15 via The Spill Magazine, the song addresses the complex issues of personality disorders and the unconscious mind [..]

Nov 2019 06

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One of the staples of the Canadian industrial scene in the ’90s, Death and Horror Inc (DHI) has returned after a long absence with a collection of the band’s ’90s output. Primarily remastering the band’s 1994 Pressures Collide album, this new 25th anniversary edition also features tracks from the 1993 Bitter Alloys EP, along with nine “version 2” remixes [..]

Nov 2019 06

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After making waves as a DJ and producer and independently releasing two EPs, French darkwave artist Lëster has released the leadoff single from his upcoming EP Sadness Lessons. Directed by Alexis Langlois with Lëster, the music video for “Lace Dress” presents the artist’s brand of emo electro [..]

Nov 2019 05

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Maintaining an ever rigorous release schedule, electro/industrial act Slighter now celebrates its tenth anniversary with several new releases. [..]

Nov 2019 05

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“We have two very different shades of dark when it comes to our art,” explains MXMS vocalist Ariel Levitan, clarifying that one side of the dark electro-pop outfit focuses on vulnerability and having a message to deliver, while the other is more “beat-driven, sexual, and self-destructive.” However, both sides seem to be represented in the duo’s latest single and music video, “Death Row,” which made its premiere via DreadCentral on October 28, just in time for Halloween. [..]

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