By Alex Young

Consequence of Sound to live stream Protomartyr’s concert at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall

Protomartyr will play a gig at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall on Sunday, October 8th. Consequence of Sound and Audiotree.tv are teaming up to live stream the band’s performance. Fans can watch live on our Facebook page beginning at 9:45 p.m. CT. Sunday night’s performance comes in support of Detroit post-punk outfit’s excellent new album, Relatives in Descent, which was released in September. Below, watch […]

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The Prids share a psychedelic fever dream in their video for ‘Summer Cult’

Following the premiere of the video for the title track from their upcoming 4th full length “Do I Look Like I’m In Love?“, Portland Oregon’s Shoegazing Post-Punk heroes The Prids have premiered the video for the album’s second single: Summer Cult. The song illustrates the best qualities from a band that has been around for over 2o […]

By Eddie Fu

At the Drive-In and Death From Above to tour together in Europe

Death From Above photo by David Brendan Hall/At The Drive-In photo by Heather Kaplan At the Drive-In resurfaced in April with in•ter a•li•a, their first album in 17 years. On the heels of an appearance at Riot Fest, the El Paso rockers are about to embark on an international leg that includes stops in Japan, […]

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‘To the Outside of Everything’ A 5-disc box highlighting UK Post-Punk from 1977 to 1981

This December Cherry Red Records is set to release To the Outside of Everything: A Story of U.K. Post-Punk 1977-1981. It is  a 5-disc box set that collects more than 100 songs from UK artists including Wire, Magazine, Joy Division, The Fall, Gang of Four, The Pop Group, The Passions, The Raincoats, Clock DVA, Josef K, and many […]

By Ben Kaye

Refused side project INVSN share the Origins of their Lana Del Rey cover, “Love”: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single. Early this year, Refused frontman Dennis Lyxzen and his Swedish supergroup side project INVSN released their sophomore record, The Beautiful Stories. The album’s punk electronica hit hard at the existential strife of modern society, from the darkened political atmosphere […]

By Lizard Hips

The Lumes – Envy

Band: The Lumes EP: Envy Label: CrazySane Records Release date: October 2017 Sounds like: Drenched in feedback, coated in mud. “I wish I was nice for a while. I wish I could walk around with a smile.” Whether the guitar at the end of third track (Discharge) on this new EP from Rotterdam’s The Lumes is being […]

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Chinese Post-Punk trio Re-TROS premiere ‘Hailing Drums’ off of their upcoming sophomore LP

Beijing’s Re-TROS (Rebuilding the Rights of Statues) is a Chinese Post-Punk band that originally took some of their influences from Joy Division and Bauhaus, but have evolved into something wonderfully creative and avant-garde since their debut EP ‘Cut Off !’ back in 2005—Which seems to have been a natural progression, as that EP featured none other Brian Eno […]

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Belgium’s “noisy” Post-Punk band Fornet premiere their disconcerting video for ‘Erase (I’m Alive)’

Belgian Post-Punk band Fornet are releasing their self titled debut EP on September 8th via Sentimental. Ahead of the release, they have shared their voyeuristic one shot video for Erase (I’m Alive), a disconcerting view of a middle aged bald man waxing off or “erasing” his body hair. The nonconformist quintet Fornet come from the rural area […]