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I’m overwhelmingly excited to premiere this beautiful music video from solo project For Joris, the moniker of one Robert Pruett. It’s hard to believe this is the work of one artist– “Holly In The Reigns” has a very big sound, reminiscent of ACTORS. It’s pretty damn rare to see post-punk

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Portland’s dreampop duo consisting of Dorian Campbell and Ashkelon Sain have released their first follow-up release since their debut album Moonscape Hotel! It’s called “Power”, a lyrically driven track that couldn’t have come at a better time. “Power” is overflowing with clever rhymes signifying both political relevance and good advice

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Each year, the Cat-Chella benefit show raises funds for a different animal welfare beneficiary. This Thursday at Holoscene you can see four of Portland’s best post-punk bands while supporting Portland Animal Welfare Team! PAW Team’s mission is to provide free veterinary care to the pets of homeless owners and those

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In case you missed it, Philadelphia based post-punk trio Tulipomania released their new single last month, “Off The Map”! This was released on Sursumcorda Records via maxi-single and also includes the song “On The Outside” remixed by London band Spinello. Tulipomania – Off the Map / On the Outside [Spinello Remix]

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Filthy are a fantastic darkwave/post-punk trio out of Texas. Alex Alvarado (bass) and Leonard Guerra (vocals, guitar) of San Antonio are the originators, though Rick Flores (drums) from Austin joined in 2016 and helped push the band forward to touring the U.S. and Canada. Filthy has already played with the

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Sacramento post-punk band Creux Lies’s highly anticipated new album The Hearth is now available via Cleopatra Records! The Hearth by Creux Lies These guys put on an incredible show at Out From The Shadows IV this year. They were one of the very few bands I hadn’t listened to beforehand,

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