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“Reverie of the Revolving Diamond” will be available October 4th digitally, limited edition vinyl through the bands own label Sun Terrace Records and a limited run of cassettes through Portrayal of Guilt. Eleven songs that dive into a narrative of chaos, beauty, addiction, debauchery and death surrounding the bands hometown

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Amazing music – check, futuristic thought through costumes with white wigs – check, high level production with beautiful lights and just the right amount of smoke – check. In other words, Drab Majesty put up one hell of a show to celebrate the release of their new album “Modern Mirror”.

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We Are Parasols are an atmospheric shoegaze band out of Portland, OR. This last October they released a fantastically dark, surreal music video for their new song “Hold Me Fire”. I had the opportunity to interview the band about the video, their origin and influences, and more! First of all,

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The heavily 80s inspired Holygram, who released their sophomore album Modern Cults last month, are touring North America right now with VNV Nation! You really don’t want to miss these guys– hailing from Cologne, Germany, Holygram combines dancey coldwave with krautrock and shoegaze elements for a very big sound. Dark and

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Melbourne-based shoegaze duo Modern Heaven have just released a 5-song EP entitled Midnight Cowboy! This is a fantastic gem not to be missed. In fact, a couple of tracks in particular would be criminal not to include on your set lists this year. The EP opens with the atmospheric “Another

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Drudging up from the Denver underground comes Lowfaith with their full length release from Sore Ear Collective, “On Loss”.  Nine tracks of down trodden post punk with just enough dreary, dreamscape pop catch. There is a definite moodiness and gloom to these songs that hits right in the heart, carrying

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