Montreal’s provocatively entitled Your ex and I captures the sounds of the original British invasion and later post-punk artists in their self-produced EP ‘YXNI.’
The revival of a more rock-oriented expression of goth is well overdue in a post-darkwave era; and Die Oberherren may just be an essential aspect of the face of that reinvigoration.
Empyre have chosen to go down the controversial AI route to create their new video for “Waking Light”. Check out the video here…
The Cure have announced “The Songs of a Lost World Tour” will be heading to North America with The Twilight Sad opening at all shows.
Simultaneously elegant and heavy with gloominess, with “Parasite,” Cosmopolis evokes an aching exegesis of brooding compulsion.
With its third album, ‘Wrong Dream,’ set for an April 28th release on Artoffact Records, Winnipeg trio Tunic announces a May tour of the US and Canada.
Singularly imaginative, 1st Base Runner’s (aka Tim Husmann) ‘Night Stalker’ hums with a sense of mounting unease on immersive synths, creating spectral, electro-organic soundscapes.
Today Frankie Rose announces a full North American tour in support of her new album, ‘Love As Projection,’ out this Friday on Slumberland.
The post-punk scene has a new record label with Alfa Matrix launching the sub-label Spleen+, featuring new signees The Ultimate Dreamers and Imjudas.
As a whole, Steakhouse’s ‘Amer Rouge’ is beguiling, with noteworthy songs adorning it with a unique amalgam of engaging surfaces.
Reinvented and reinvigorated, Anatomy of Habit premiere their brand-new, heavy and experimental studio album, ‘Black Openings.’
Spirit of Hamlet emerges with their brand new single “Float,” from their equally fresh album, ‘Northwest of Hamuretto,’ due out on March 17th via Broken Sound Tapes.
babyfang share a video for their upcoming album’s first single, “Goan Go,” a song that largely meditates on death’s ever-looming presence.