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Among the many bands to emerge in the U.K. post-punk scene of the early ’80s was Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, who has now signed with COP International for the release of what will be the group’s final studio offering. Formed in 1981 in Leeds by guitarist/songwriter Chris Reed, the band had undergone numerous lineup changes [..]

Mar 2024 27

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Dais Records has announced the release of a new album from Scottish experimental electronic musician Drew McDowall, titled A Thread, Silvered and Trembling. Following up on the label’s release of the Lamina boxed set last year, the new album sees McDowall working with engineer Randall Dunn [..]

Mar 2024 27

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Since the band’s foundation in 2010, Amerakin Overdose has been presenting a decidedly groove-oriented brand of industrialized shock rock and nü-metal, with themes touching on societal decay and disillusionment, corruption, and humanity’s self-destructive tendencies. Due to arrive this summer is the band’s latest album, Artificial Infection [..]

Mar 2024 27

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Darkwave and goth/rock act IKON has today released a new EP to signal the band’s forthcoming live album chronicling the band’s performance at the Murder of Crows Festival in New York City. Recorded live at The Bowery Ballroom on September 2, 2023, the pre-release EP spotlights two tracks from the show and album [..]

Mar 2024 27

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Having made an impression in the Chicago area for her entrancing and ritualistic live shows, Häxa will be releasing her Priestess debut EP this Friday, March 29, via Blvsphemy Records. Referring to her sound as “music for space witches,” Häxa began as an attempt to blend gritty synthwave digital with neo-folk and organic pagan atmospheres [..]

Mar 2024 27

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With a new studio album to be released this May, Ataraxia has revealed a new music video for “Viriditas.” Calling the video “a tribute to México and Latin American friends and listeners” that have supported and embraced the Italian neoclassical and darkwave band, the song is titled for a Latin term [..]

Mar 2024 26

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Even after more than a century, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari remains one of cinema’s most crowning achievements – a seminal work of German Expressionism whose influence is still felt today, considered by many critics and scholars to be a first for horror, cult, and arthouse cinema. Now, Birmingham musician/composer Andrew Spackman (Sad Man) is paying homage [..]

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