LA Dream-pop Act Glaare Traverse the Bloody Road through Perdition in “Young Hell”

Los Angeles dream-pop trio Glaare are following up 2017’s brilliant To Deaf And Day LP with Your Hellbound Heart on the 30th of April, in the US and EU territories. The album is preceded by the second single is entitled Young Hell, following the spellbinding video for “Mirrors”, which made its debut last year. The accompanying video, directed by […]

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Experimental Synth Artist David Chesworth Reissuing 1983 EP “Industry & Leisure” as Full Album

Australian-based interdisciplinary artist and composer David Chesworth, known for his experimental and at times minimalist music, has finally re-released his masterpiece Industry & Leisure. Industry & Leisure, partly written while Chesworth was a 1981 Artist In Residence at the Praxis Community Art Foundation, was originally a cassette EP released in 1983 through Innocent Records containing three […]

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Ghost Pony Debut 60s Inspired Cautionary Ballad “Don’t Call Me Baby”

German quartet Ghost Pony makes their debut today with their dreamy, 60s RnB-soaked single Don’t Call Me Baby. Mixing romantic colour and bittersweet narratives of classic low-rider oldies with a gritty garage sound, the breakup ballad examines betrayal and redemption through self-empowerment. Ghost Pony has been making a name for themselves in the Berlin Underground scene […]

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New Wave Duo Adored Conjure Old-School Post-Punk Darkness in “Midnight Sanctuary”

Brothers Lennon and Christian Nichols, aka New-Wave duo Adored, have returned with a second offering: Midnight Sanctuary, the introspective second installment of a multi-faceted art endeavour. Lyrically, the band repeatedly asks the listener “what do you want?” while exploring themes of pain, premonition, and desire. “Midnight Sanctuary is the artist’s studio; it is the dance floor,” says vocalist […]

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