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I’m a child of the 80’s post punk generation, this is why I’m so excited by all of the 2014 artists who are going to that well for inspiration. THIS COLD NIGHT is the solo project of Chase Morledge, whose voice is both chilling and somber. I have been listening

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A demo can tell you loads about a young band and what kind of future they are going to have. Well ANNEX (ăn′ĕks′), the Anarcho / Post-Punk band from South Texas, are on the path to great things. Personally, I have had their tape on repeat since I first heard

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Dissonant buzzsaw guitar that manages to be hypnotically soothing and psychotically unnerving at the same time is the first thing you hear on ‘Exil’, the first track on Ottawa post-punkers Aube‘s new demo, and it’s a perfect indicator for the mess of contradictions that is the record to follow. Screeching,

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Anderson Cook has been busy. Having been introduced to the various projects he’s involved in, I consistently find myself enjoying the fruit of all of it, no matter how bitter it may seem to others. Last we heard from his outlet for antipathy Pornography was through an assembly of his

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Label: Rust and Machine Records Jittery, up-tempo post punk is the name of the game on this new release from Melbourne, Australia band Masses. Horde Mentality is packed full of skittering rhythms, propulsive basslines and subtly melodic guitar-work, with a slight trashy garage rock vibe and a melancholic dark wave

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Criminal Code from Tacoma, Washington, play an anthemic, sneakingly melodic mixture of post-punk and post-hardcore. Formed in 2011, they’ve just released their debut LP No Device on Deranged Records, a welcome shot in the vein (or kick in the teeth) to an increasingly ethereal genre. No Device harkens back to

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