Sean Cook, a rare veteran of the 1990s Arkansas darkwave/industrial scene, has released music as Clusters of Fornication (a sly reference, that name!) in recent years. His fourth EP, Loss For Words, refines Cook’s vision, moving forward and reverently looking back.
If you’ve never heard of Dea Decay, today’s the day to change that! Also known as Dea Siculus, she’s a Florida-based electronic/synthwave artist and streamer. Her Bandcamp page currently contains two albums: December 2020’s Magic Lantern (which was briefly and previously touched on here) and June 2021’s Evolutionary Anachronism. Magic Lantern is a sample-packed more
I have been thrilled to watch as the Goth/Industrial community grows more diverse. Hats off again to Bandcamp for really putting their money where their mouth is to support both bands and the rights people of color. I will go through some of the things I am currently listening to so you can add to
his pandemic has changed things. The world we left is not the one we will return to. Even as vaccination rolls out and tours and festivals start booking. A giant void was left in the fabric of our reality and club Dj's headed to places like Twitch to fill that void. It wasn't enough to spin Spotify or Mixcloud playlists. People hunger for an interaction. To have a story told. A "Radio show with a strong visual component" Hate Mior.