New York’s alternative genre-defying quartet, Tribe Society, dropped their new mixtape, 27, on April 5th. Grab a cover of Canned Heat’s “On the Road Again” today!
Night Drive is now streaming the new song “Rise and Fall,” a track about watching a relationship fizzle out and being in the middle of this stressful and hectic situation.
German sextet To The Rats And Wolves dilute the metal genre even further with their synth-ridden pop-metal. Read our thoughts on ‘Neverland’ here…
Dirtnap Records has announced a new Mind Spiders LP coming out on March 11th, and unveiled a track from the album – listen to “Cold” now.
The remaining members of lostprophets team up with Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly and the end result is a slick slice of ’80s inspired synth pop.
Relapse Records is excited to share “Book of Skulls” from Goblin Rebirth’s upcoming self-titled album (due June 29, 2015).
Relapse Records is excited to share “Requiem For X,” the first track from Goblin Rebirth’s upcoming self-titled album (due June 30, 2015).
I recently had the opportunity to speak with David Corral, the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who performs under the moniker of L.A. Calling, about his favorite piece of gear.
Bristol, UK-based Gothic punk rock band Ashestoangels keep up the pace with the release of the third of ten videos, “Run,” from their from their upcoming album Horror Cult (produced by William Control), out October 31st. The first two videos, “Six Six Six” and “Still Dead,” released September 23, 2014. Well now the band is also streaming the entire album… listen below!
Synth-punk purveyors Slow Caves are happy to provide you with our latest free download for their track “Saturns.”
Los Angeles duo Youth Code are raw, punishing, industrious electronics built from the seeds of hardcore and early Wax Trax. Ryan William George and Sara Taylor blend chaos with catchy dance undertones to create a sonic fury paralleled to none. You can hear the b-side of the 7″ below, a gritty, three and a half minutes of throbbing electronics entitled “Tiger’s Remorse”.
I recently spoke with Tobias Monsters of the UK based synth punk band The Dead Betas about the group and their music. The Dead Betas play music that has been described as “Rittalin-Dodgin Adrenaline-Fuelled Synth-Smattered-Punk.” No matter how you describe it though, this UK act cranks out some extremely raw, extremely energetic punk music that is guaranteed to get you moving. Here’s how our conversation went.
Mind Spiders just released their sophomore album, Meltdown, on February 21st by way of Dirtnap Records and for the first time recorded with a full live band.
Secrettes is making a name for themselves in the Toronto music scene and have just released their self-titled debut EP. Tickling the ivories, for lack of a better phrase, is Dan Miller aka “Wolf”. Wolf recently took sometime to tell us, and you, all about his Roland JP-8000. Check out what he thinks of this crazy music box and why he uses it!
Hmm, where should we start here? The part where Miniature Tigers stay up all night with Neon Indian, fine-tuning the laser-like synths of their new single, “Gold Skull?” Yeah, that sounds about right. “I won’t forget that experience,” says frontman Charlie Brand. “I remember the sun coming up and everyone in the room singing along.