Kurt Uenala shares a Snorribros-directed music video for “Cracks Are Showing,” the lead single off his ‘Manuscript’ EP with Dave Gahan from Depeche Mode.
Awash in an exploration of darkness and the beauty of the disappearing moment, Manuela Iwansson’s ‘Dark Tracks’ (Lack of Sleep Records) is an excellent album.
Moody and Churrigueresque, Ciao!’s ‘Scary Haha’ (A Vestige Like) amalgamates tangs of new wave and liturgical elements, all capped by chanting vocals, into unique, hypnotic music.
Los Angeles-based duo Battle Tapes perform the new single “If Only” amidst a confluence of lines, shapes, and colours in their new music video.
‘K6999ROMA:EP,’ the latest record from avant-popster Nick Hudson, is one hundred percent Higher Grade music!
UK alt duo The Chronicles of Manimal and Samara pick five artists and bands who have crossed-over into musical genres outside their own.
Mark Lawrence, vocalist/guitarist with UK dark rockers three-peice Broken Links picks six songs that have shaped his musical journey.
We may be living in a model society, but that doesn’t mean it’s anything resembling a model society. Deaf…
As an unclad, staccato synth melody arrives without fanfare, the immediate sensation upon the commencement of Pharaoh Overlord’s latest…
Way back in 1857, when Baudelaire published his poetic denigration of Parisian excess and opulence, Les Fleurs du Mal,…
In the latest edition of Stereo Six, Berlin power-pop trio, Pabst, talk us through some of the albums that have inspired their colourful, crazy sound. Read their choices here.
In this gear-focused chat, Jesse Jensen, of electronic duo Jane In Space, tells us more about his love for the Elektron Octatrack used in the recording of their recent Aion Records release Gorerunner.
Arguably one of the finest bands to come out of the 1980s, Depeche Mode looped back again to Toronto to play a final North American show on their current “Global Spirit” world tour at the Air Canada Centre on Monday night.