Tweet Another entry in the Diary of Dreams. We all know the story by now: Adrian Hates’s forging in the darkwave frontier has helped in bridging the gap between goth and dance music, a happy (sad?) medium between the two …
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Tweet Project Pitchfork’s run in the biz had a major hand in uniting darkwave and industrial music, bridging the gap and helping us understand that we’re not so different after all. Their tireless work ethic brings us to this latest …
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Tweet A name like oOoOO carries with it the imagery of ghosts and ghouls wailing through an abandoned house at midnight, scaring the neighborhood kid who lost a bet among his friends and had to venture in alone. Christopher Greenspan’s …
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Tweet Your average elder Goths are likely scratching their heads at how festivals and clubs are taken over by distorted growling and dark oontz oontz. From how things have progressed over the decades, it seems hard to believe that any …
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Tweet The long-standing moniker of Martin Bowes’s Attrition has lurked far beneath the radar of even the underground, despite having been established for over three decades and creating a legacy of unmatched spooky tunes. Sliding comfortably into this or that …
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Tweet In this day and age, there probably aren’t a whole lot of ways to stir up the well-established genre that is synthpop, having had a 3 year run that is still going in some shape or another. Even so, …
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Tweet The resurrection of UK Decay has been a prophesized moment for a few years now, given that the Goth rock pioneers have been playing gigs recently for new material.  Abbo and his troupe of sardonic post-punkish fiends, despite having …
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Tweet It would be misguided, perhaps even unfair, to expect a new Inkubus Sukkubus record to deviate too far from their path of Paganistic rock n roll, a twist of darkwave, ethereal, and rock that has become unique to their …
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Tweet In medieval castles and moonlit forests lurk the sinister orchestrations of Love is Colder than Death, a pioneering cloud of despair originating from the antediluvian eras of classical stratospheres. Tempest is the group’s first studio album in over a …
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Tweet Crafting respectable music in these post- ‘Cars’ times has always been an important part of Gary Numan’s vision as an artist. Ever since he hit his stride with 1994’s Sacrifice, his explorations of darkwave and industrial have renewed his …
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