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New Kind of Cross is the sophomore LP, and follow-up to 2017’s stunning Chroma, from Sydney based synth-maestro, Buzz Kull. Traversing darkwave, EBM, and industrial with ease; New Kind of Cross is a master work of dark electronic music.
Post-Punk / Goth / Darkwave / Minimal Synth
“Exclave” is the debut of NYC-based duo Cryocene, comprised of Stefan Aune (Kjostad) and Matt Boettke (Scant). Over the course of 5 tracks Cryocene weave together an ominous landscape [...]
The first album released by the most sought-after label, bar none, among jazz collectors! And since keyboardist Gene Russell was at the artistic helm of Black Jazz, it was only […]
Part 3 of Jojo Hiroshige’s drone series, released in 2017. Jojo Hiroshige was born in Kyoto on September 9, 1959. He founded the seminal noise group Hijokaidan in 1979, and […]
Wasteland Jazz Unit presents a mind-frying monolith of brain-scrambled haze and searing screech bursting forth from the psychic fog of Cincinnati’s Jon Lorenz (sax, electronics) & John Rich [...]
Upon engaging with these composite audio images rendered from the details reported, the listener becomes the 138th citizen. Left to ponder are the same questions that plagued citizens 1-137. Not [...]
SHIPS FROM TORN LIGHT BY 10/28. Nuovo Testamento is the Los Angeles & Bologna-based trio featuring members of Horror Vacui, Sheer Mag, Tørsö, Terremoto and Crimson Scarlet. With the addition [...]
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Way out there. From up in the attic, in the village of Cincinnati – the third album from the Drin has arrived to commence 2023. Cold rhythms reverberate through the […]
What our staff has to say: “A top 10 of mine from 2021. Incredible subdued electronic pop music.” – Alex “2021 starts as 2020 ends, the good as well as […]
Label Description: Revenge Body hails from New London and creates EBM for the modern age. Pop songs for a dystopian reality.
Somewhere Between: Mutant Pop, Electronic Minimalism & Shadow Sounds of Japan 1980–1988 hovers vibe–wise between two distinct poles within Light In The Attic’s acclaimed Japan Archival [...]
Six new tracks from Mark Anderson and Mark Sadgrove, New Zealanders now based in Japan. Obtuse duo skronk starting out on a fairly reasonable note with ‘Scantling’ but then slowly [...]