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Shadowhouse create beautiful, melancholy post-punk, so we’re very excited to hear that they’ve got a new full-length in the works for 2019 entitled Forsaken, Forgotten. They’re also on tour this month, hitting a few cities in SoCal and Mexico, so make sure to check the dates below. Right here and

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SHADOWHOUSE┬áis coming to town this month and I’m stoked! Starting on Friday, they’re embarking on a west coast tour, so if you’re in for a rad night of post punk then make sure you’re at one of this Portland band’s dates. Today we’re very excited to be premiering not only

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CVLT Nation is proud to present the ninth covers compilation in our series The CVLT Nation Sessions: JOY DIVISION Closer. This re-envisioning of one of the world’s most iconic albums features genre-bending bands Ambersmoke, Lunch, A Black People, Shadowhouse, Sun Splitter, Rape Blossoms, Fatalism, Sannhet and Rule of Thirds, with

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We are big fans of the melancholy sounds of post punk here in the CVLT Nation HQ, and one record that gets a lot of spins is SHADOWHOUSE’s Hand in Hand, released on Mass Media Records at the beginning of this year. So we jumped at the chance to bring

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LUNCH is a damn good postpunk band from Portland, Oregon that, like a lot of the best bands in the postpunk scene nowadays, has a direct tie into the underground DIY hardcore/punk movement. PDX has especially been ahead of the curve in this regard, what with formerly hardcore bands like

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SIX: SHADOWHOUSE – HAND IN HAND One thing noticeable in 2014 was the current crop of “post-punk” revivalist bands trying to bring back goth that missed the boat. Sure, a lot of it was enjoyable, some of it even memorable, but it lacked something very tangible that made 80’s post-punk/death-rock/goth

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