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Post-Punk

Population "Relic" 7 inch
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Seattle label Nostalgium Directive will be releasing a new, two-song 7″ record from Chicago postpunk band Population in late June or July. Below is an exclusive streaming track from the new release, sure to delight anyone that’s found themselves a fan of some of the dark band’s other releases. In

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RAPE BLOSSOMS are a band from Ghent, Belgium who have created a beyond stellar post punk album entitled Ruinelust. While all of the songs have this killer sense of mystery, but they also have epic melodic tension pulsating through them. When you hear RAPE BLOSSOMS, you will say to yourself,

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I was a fan of LEATHER CHALICE before this, but now that I have heard his soon to be released new EP LUNA, I have become an ultra HUGE fan. Over the course of 15 minutes, Jan lays out a sonic tapestry that proves he can not, and will not,

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RAKTA ALBUM
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by Oliver Sheppard The echoing vocals, darkly swirling guitars, and spooky organs used by Brazil’s Rakta pull you into a fuzzed-out soundscape drenched in ghostly reverb, drawing you down a sonic vortex and into a hauntingly psychedelic world that seems one part psych garage, one part deathrock, and one part

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Stop what you are doing and check out this unreal band from Belgium called ELEANORA who have a new EP out on Consouling Sounds. To put a label on their music would almost be an injustice, but I will say that every minute of this record will get deep down

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by Oliver Sheppard Dead Cult may be the youngest band on the resuscitated All the Madmen Records, the anarcho-punk label founded by The Mob in 1978 and resuscitated in 2012 after a nearly 25 year hiatus. Dead Cult‘s 2-song “Ghosts Still Dance” 7″ is being released in June by All

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