From post-futurepop to post-witch house, we’re hopping across some big gulfs in style with this week’s podcast’s two records. First, the tasteful to a fault Edge Of Dawn’s Enjoy The Fall puts Frank Spinath’s unmistakable vocals squarely in the spotlight, and then, the first split record between V▲LH▲LL & M‡яc▲ll▲ brings us back to the days of artists using the witch house explosion as the opportunity to reconsider approaches to classic dark synth sounds. As always, you can rate and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play Music, or download directly or listen through the widget down below.
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The conversation about VNV’s most popular song reminded me, I don’t understand why Project Pitchfork’s Rain from Black has more plays than anything else of theirs online. Don’t get me wrong it’s a great song, but I can’t figure out where others are finding it.