Hiro Kone’s New Album Is an Electronic Exploration of “Morbid Energy”
‘Pure Expenditure’ is open for interpretation, says the producer and composer Nicky Mao, but its spark comes from the uncomfortable grip that capitalism holds on society.
Wetware’s Debut Album Is a Dark Tour of an Industrial Dreamland
The New York duo’s ‘Automatic Drawing’ is a hallucinatory evocation of both noise and dance traditions, a lovely nightmare from which you won’t soon wake up.
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Body of Light Explain the Hollow Gleam of Their Debut LP 'Let Me Go'
The Arizona synth-pop duo fully embrace pop structures on their debut for Dais, out this week.
We Talked to Drew McDowall about 'Collapse,' Coil, And Everything in Between
"Seeing Drew McDowall live is an experience of equal parts pain and beauty. Simply put, It is the work of a master."
Them Are Us Too on Friendship Through Sisters of Mercy, Their New Video, and Creating Your Own World
The California duo premiere their new video "Eudaemonia" and talk about Santa Cruz, goth, and inspiration through friendship.
Get Enchanted By Scout Paré-Phillips and Her Video for "Heed The Call"
This elusive Bmore chanteuse, formerly of American Gothic balladeers The Sterling Sisters, goes solo in spectacular style.
High Functioning Flesh: EBM Aggression Manufactured in Los Angeles
We talk to the LA duo about their beginnings on the verge of their East Coast tour.
York Factory Complaint's "Forgotten" Is Streaming Now, and Is Perfect For Scaring Children & the Elderly
Put this on when you go to sleep. That sounds like a great idea.