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The Gothic Post-Punk of Croatian/German band Kadeadkas

Kadeadkas are a fantastic new Post-Punk from Germany and Croatia. Founded in 2016, their music is  anachronistic fusion of the vocal incantations with a whirl of drums, jagged guitars, and droning basslines that encapsulate the raw of  energy of the UK positive Punk movement and Deutschland’s Neue Deutsch Welle, with a touch of the  trippy elements […]

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Toronto Post-Punk trio WHIMM demonstrate the Kuleshov effect in their video for ‘Second Sound’

Toronto trio WHIMM are premiering with us today the video for Second Sound, a track from their debut album A Stare Ajar. The album was produced by Dean Tzenos from Odonis Odonis at Toronto studio Union Sound with violin, piano, and cello from guest musicians such as Anna Mayberry (HSY / Anamai).  The albums poetic lyrics draws on singer Mounir Chami’s […]

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Drift. returns with the poppy minimal synth of ‘Social Front’

Nathalia Bruno’s solo project Drift. is premiering another track off of her second EP Genderland—the poppy minimal synth of ‘Social Front’.  With the first single bearing the EP title’s name being a dubby lo-fi strong lateral step in style and sound from her debut EP Black Devotion,  Social Front has a warm and familiar sound that is unlike anything […]

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BOY HARSHER premiere the video for ‘Country Girl’ Plus more NA and EU tour dates

Hey there, Country Girl, don’t be sadYou got what you wanted Don’t be, don’t be sad Ahead of embarking on an extensive world tour—and following the premiere of Motion from their ‘Country Girl’ EP, Boy Harsher are back with the video for the title track from that sensual collection of songs. While the song is […]

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Buzz Kull transforms Death Bells ‘Something Above’ in this fantastic synth remix

Marc Dwyer has produced another fantastic remix under his alter-ego Buzz Kull. This time it is for his fellow musician friends also hailing from Sydney, Australia: Dream-Pop group Death Bells. This dancy minimal synth remix was completed shortly after the track premiere of Something Above earlier this month, and upon Marc’s return from Buzz Kull’s […]

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Public Psyche premiere the video for the Krautrock and Psychedelia infused track ‘Patterns’

Public Psyche, formerly known as Rape Blossoms are following up their previous records under their flowery former moniker: 2011’s ‘Starving Vultures at 7-Eleven’ and 2014’s ‘Ruinenlust’. Public Psyche Today on Post-Punk.com we are happy to present their second single ‘Patterns’ off of their new 6 track third LP ‘No New Violence’ which was recorded in their rehearsal space […]

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Listen to Bootblacks’ post-punk opus ‘Fragments’ ahead of their European tour

Brooklyn-based post-punk band Bootblacks have been dazzling the world with their powerful live performances since their inception in 2010. They’re the perfect package- punchy records, compelling imagery, unstoppable live energy, and a delicious shroud of mystery surrounding their craft. Their latest record Fragments is a meditation on life and loss, set to a darkwave backdrop. […]

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Autumns premiere a hypnotic railgun of rhythmic beats with ‘No More Luxury’

‘Keep kicking against the pricks’ Hailing from Derry Northern, Ireland, Christian Donaghey’s electronic music project Autumns  is set to release its debut full length record Suffocating Brothers via Scottish experimental label Clan Destine Records later this month. Suffocating Brothers was written and produced over the course of six months—between July and December 2016—and follows the […]

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Martial Canterel premieres the fantastic ‘Giving Up’ from new LP ‘Lost at Sea’

Sean McBride has announced today that he is releasing his new Martial Canterel LP Lost At Sea via Dais Records on September 29th. This is the first new record under the NYC synth maestro’s solo moniker since 2014’s Gyors, Lassù, Resident Adviser premiered today the video for the fantastic first track on the LP Giving Up, which was directed by his musical […]

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Skeleton Hands premiere ‘Gardens’ ahead of release of new album ‘Wake’

“The Dreams of youth are the regrets of maturity” Following up their highly lauded debut album Gone, Skeleton Hands are returning with their sophomore LP Wake. The album was painstakingly recording over the past 4 years, utilizing the raw, low-fidelity sounds using the most basic gear—proving that it is often your limitations that breed creativity. In […]