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 […]


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 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 […]


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 […]


Azar Swan face Fascism And Propaganda head-on in the video for ‘The Golden Age of Hate’

What Year Is This? The duo of Joshua Strawn and Zohra Atash that comprise Azar Swan are some of the most politically outspoken and well informed individuals in the international music scene. Following their lamentation of David Bowie’s ‘This is Not America’ earlier this year, Azar Swan have shared ‘The Golden Age of Hate’, a […]


Belgium’s Partisan premiere ‘Forget’ off of ‘We Have Been So Terribly Betrayed’

We Have Been So Terribly Betrayed With a title befitting the times, Belgium’s Partisan (featuring ex-members of Rise And Fall, Oathbreaker, and Maudlin)  is weaving a timeless brand of melancholic melody in the gray scaled promotional video for Forget, a song off of their new six song EP. Picture by Jeroen Mylle The sorrowful track cascades slowly with […]


Drab Majesty honors the memory of Cash Askew in new song ‘Oak Wood’

Our favorite interdimensional Alien darkwaver Deb Demure aka Drab Majesty has released his first new material since early 2017’s melancholic post-punk opus—The Demonstration. Available today is a new two-song 7inch, “Oak Wood b/w Egress,” which is being released for DAIS Records  10th Anniversary celebration which is being being held at The Regent in Los Angeles on Saturday. The 7 […]


Odonis Odonis showcase minimalist sexuality in ‘Check My Profile’

Toronto’s underground electronic music heroes Odonis Odonis have returned to showcase haunting minimalism in their video for Check My Profile. The the pulsing rhythm is concentrated aural sexuality that bores into deep the limbic system—causing you to want to place your tongue firmly in someone’s cheek—as would follow from the track’s post-modernist and meta title. Photo […]


Watch Buzz Kull perform ‘Tomorrow’s Ghost’ via Picnic On The Roof Episode 2

In between shows during Buzz Kull’s first European tour, Marc Dwyer placed himself in Amsterdam with local Australian expat David Tomlinson of Spirit Valley/Minor Crime who had begun to build Picnic On The Roof—a project based on touring bands performing and record live on a rooftop in the center of Amsterdam. Photo by Johnny Welch The […]

By Andi Harriman

TEMPLƎR | Video premiere of ‘IN MEMORIAM’

The track “In Memoriam”, by Berlin-based artist Templǝr, is the second to come off the Human Hate EP that was released earlier this year on the X-IMG label. Under his alias, the Toulouse born Thomas Chalandon creates thunderous, forceful rhythms not unlike noise legends Esplendor Geometrico and Sonar. It is not the stuff of casual listening—it is music […]