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  1. Valhall

    V▲LH▲LL, “Grimoire”

    February 14, 2018  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    V▲LH▲LL weave witchy sounds both new and old to create a genre-bending Viking hall of mirrors.

  2. encephalon

    Encephalon, “We Only Love You When You’re Dead”

    October 13, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Ottawa’s Encephalon return with an electro-industrial rock opera about celebrity, death and rebirth.

  3. Phil Western & Tim Hill - Dark Features

    Replicas: Phil Western & Tim Hill, “Dark Features”

    September 13, 2017  |  Album Reviews, Replicas  |  Comments (0)

    Phil Western’s shoegaze-techno breakthrough gets the deluxe vinyl treatment.

  4. SOL

    Seeming, “SOL: A Self-Banishment Ritual”

    August 4, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (5)

    The sophomore album from Alex Reed’s Seeming is a vast forested continent of sounds and ideas.

  5. Ghost Twin - Plastic Heart

    Ghost Twin, “Plastic Heart”

    May 30, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Dionysian darkwave from Ghost Twin bridges some older and newer styles.

  6. inthedark

    Glass Apple Bonzai, “In The Dark”

    December 13, 2016  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    Glass Apple Bonzai goes all in on their Satanic synthpop album.

  7. Outout

    Out Out, “Swan/Dive?”

    November 29, 2016  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Mark Alan Miller’s Out Out returns with a mixed bag of songs that hearkens back to the project’s history.

  8. Steven R Gilmore and The Beans. Photo Courtesy of DJ Pandemonium

    We Have a Technical 94: Cocktails With Cockroaches

    March 10, 2016  |  We Have a Technical  |  Comments (2)

    On this episode of We Have a Technical, we talk to legendary graphic designer and artist Steven R Gilmore!

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    In Conversation: Dead When I Found Her, “All The Way Down”

    November 25, 2015  |  In Conversation  |  Comments (1)

    Bruce and Alex discuss the new Dead When I Found Her record’s gentler deconstruction of electro-industrial tropes.

  10. worldburners

    Seeming, “Worldburners” EP

    July 30, 2015  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Alex Reed and Aaron Fuleki’s Seeming take their post-industrial, post-gothic, post-everything project into even strenger and more engaging new worlds on their latest EP.