March 8, 2021

Evi Vine – Black Light White Dark LP

March 18, 2019 Mike D 0

Introducing London’s rock outfit Evi Vine with the brand new Black Light White Dark LP, which was recently released via Solemn Wave Records. A few necessary info to start with: EV band consists of Evi Vine

m1nk – The Far Side (single)

September 18, 2018 Mike D 0

Dutch label Seja Records cast another quirky spell with the brand new single The Far Side by m1nk (pronounced ’em one en kay’). This is a dark electronic duo concocting sonic mischief in darkwave/gothic/industrial realms, and in the “peculiar”

Artist of the Week: Vore Aurora

April 6, 2018 Mike D 1

This week we introduce the Alameda, California-based electronic duo Vore Aurora. The band published their debut, Eidolon, last month, but they store a string of maxis in their quiver, and a striking album of 18 electronic/dark-wave

Twenty of our favorites from 2017

January 1, 2018 Mike D 0

I believe that lists are good as long as the collector doesn’t rank the artists, and as well as the list is actually…a playlist for the readers to check and enjoy the content. I can’t

Autumn — The Fall (single)

December 15, 2017 Mike D 1

Calling all all dear old-school and modern new-wavers, gothics, silk-and-perfumed black leatherettes, poets, and ethereal creatures! Here’s another pretty good one: Autumn is out with a new three-track single, The Fall, on Sett Records. The Minneapolis act

Noise Journal Playlist: November 19

November 19, 2017 Mike D 0

Hello ppl, this weekend’s playlist include some of the best songs I heard over the last week, and some I played on my Loud Cities radio show. All are in the alternative vein, and I hope

The Blue Hour — Always

October 2, 2017 Mike D 0

Seattle’s The Blue Hour will drop their new record Always on October 27. A magical offering of 11 tracks, it comes on the trail of their Kyoto Song single, a beautiful rendition of The Cure classic.

I Tpame I Tvrame — Nevermore

September 7, 2016 Alibi Pierce 0

I Tpame I Tvrame is a new act producing dark, minimal cold wave sounds from the Baltic States. The Albanian duo, consisting of Franc Kurti and Dina Hajrullahu, calls their sound “a sort of mixture