Neapolition Post-Punk band Geometric Vision premiere their video for ‘Apocalypse Queen’

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Neapolition Post-Punk band Geometric Vision premiere their video for Apocalypse Queen, with an imagery and visual style evocative of the ancient ruined cities  ruins that encircle Vesuvius, or perhaps Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates. Photo by: Davide Patania Apocalypse Queen is the first track to premiere from the band’s upcoming third studio LP. For more info   Source link

Algiers share new track “Walk Like a Panther”, plus a remix by Uniform — listen

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Photo by​ ​Philip Cosores Algiers have described their new album, The Underside of Power, as reflective of “a world riven by fascist nationalism and white power fantasies in the US and abroad.” That sentiment rippled throughout its title track and “Cleveland”, both of which are fierce, biting, and aggressively political. Now, just a few days before the album’s June 23rd release, …

Blonder talks love and desire on debut $5 EP: Stream

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Photo by Shervin Lainez People who refer to Paris as the only true City of Love clearly haven’t been to New York City. More than a concrete jungle where dreams are made of, its 24-hour nightlife, radiant skyline, and panoramic views of the harbor and Atlantic beyond make for the perfect backdrop for getting swept up in a blossoming relationship or …

Algiers pay tribute to victims of police violence on “Cleveland” — listen

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 Photo by ​Philip Cosores​ When it comes to music with political statements in 2017, you’ll be hard pressed to find anything more powerful and overt than Algiers. The New York/London band recently announced their sophomore album, The Underside of Power, with its hard-hitting, soulful title track. Now, they’re back with another culturally critical single, “Cleveland”. The track title references Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old …

A Place to Bury Strangers’ Dion Lunadon shares self-titled debut solo album: Stream

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Photo by​ ​​​Ebru Yildiz ​​Dion Lunadon was so used to being on the road with A Place to Bury Strangers that when the band took a bit of a respite from touring, his creative mind got restless. Struck with “a neurotic impulse to make a batch of songs and do it right then and right there,” the bassist wrote and recorded the 11 …

La Mystique Féminine Vol. 3

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Frank Deserto, aka Frankie Teardrop, has been a champion of obscure music, focusing heavily on the 80s post-punk, minimal synth, and coldwave scenes. He has been running music blog Systems of Romance for ten years, ripping and sharing obscurities from his collection and exposing a new generation of music fans to long, forgotten classics. Also a DJ in the NYC scene, …

Stream the dark ambient psychedelia of Suir’s new LP ‘Ater’

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Out today via Black Verb Records is a fantastic, moody, bleak, and spine tingling LP by Suir, a duo from Deutschland’s Frankfurt am Main. Together both Denis Wanic and Lucia Seiss compose a processional dirge that evokes the atmosphere of a mournful and paralytic dream—where every contrasting line and edge is embossed with gray. Ater is dark ambient psychedelia post-punk at its best. …

The Jesus and Mary Chain perform “The Two of Us” with Sky Ferreira on Colbert — watch

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Back in March, The Jesus and Mary Chain returned with Damage and Joy, their first new album in 19 years. Last night, the Scottish post-punk veterans got the chance to play one of their songs for a national audience, and they brought along a familiar face to join them on stage. Appearing on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, TJMC …

Chastity Belt share “5am”, the closing track of their forthcoming album — listen

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Chastity Belt will soon release their follow-up to 2015’s Time To Go Home with I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone, an album their label, Hardly Art, describes as “a dark and uncommonly beautiful set of moody post-punk that finds the Seattle outfit’s feelings in full view, unobscured by humor.” We previously heard the low-key cut “Caught In a Lie” and now they’re shared the …

Listen to Bay Area Post-Punk band Fearing’s ‘Behind the Mask’ off of their debut EP ‘A Life of None’

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Dark Post-Punk hailing from Oakland, we are premiering today Fearing’s Behind The Mask off of their debut EP A Life of None. With a sound  self described as “sort of like Asylum Party mixed with Sisters Of Mercy—maybe with a slight Nick Cave edge to it,” Fearmg have evolved from their punk and hardcore origins in a fashion not dissimilar …