Mar 2020 29

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For those with an ear for the finer points of ’80s new wave comes the latest single from Baltimore synthpop and electronic act Snuttock. With “Stay,” the band adopts a lighter and more organic tone, while the music video directed by Ernie Mosteller [..]

Mar 2020 29

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The Bedroom Witch – the Los Angeles based dark electro-pop project of Sepehr Mashiahof – has released a new single, “Rooze Roshan,” which translates to “Bright Day.” Described by the Iranian/American artist as a celebratory track for the Persian New Year, the song is sung in Farsi and collaboratively produced with the artist’s parents; additionally, the track serves as a fundraiser for the creative community impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic [..]

Mar 2020 29

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A musician, actress, and published model, Yvette Lera has had a very storied career – formerly a member of legendary Chicago band Lick, she has collaborated in numerous projects and bands with the likes of Killing Joke members Paul Raven, Jaz Coleman, and Geordie Walker, as well as Glenn Danzig, Taime Downe, X-Japan’s Hide, Chris Vrenna, Die Robot, and more. Now, she has returned to Chicago and has teamed up with Alex Zander to co-host the MKUltraSound Podcast [..]

Mar 2020 27

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Based in Los Angeles, French electro/punk act Carré has unveiled its debut single and video release from the band’s forthcoming EP. Available digitally via all streaming services and physically as a limited edition 7-inch vinyl via Nomad Eel Records, “This Is Not a Band” presents the trio’s blend of organic and electronic instrumentation with an energetic style that relates to the band’s name [..]

Mar 2020 26

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At long last, No Devotion Records has announced the release date for the first single from the new industrial collective NUKES, titled “Death Sky.” Produced by John Bechdel (MINISTRY, False Icons, Ascension of the Watchers), the single will be making its debut on the Dark Indulgence Industrial Mixshow [..]

Mar 2020 26

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12 years after the release of Ghosts I-IV, Nine Inch Nails unveils two new surprise entries in the instrumental series. Offered as free downloads via the band’s website, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross explain that “Ghosts V: Together is for when things seem like it might all be okay, and Ghosts IV: Locusts… well, you’ll figure it out.” With this release, the band addresses the tumultuous state of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic [..]

Mar 2020 25

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Nearly two years since the release of the band’s debut, Roman darkwave act This Eternal Decay has announced the follow-up album, SILENCE. The new record’s nine tracks build upon themes of inner solitude in an increasingly disconnected world [..]

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