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PrivacyClub: “Into A Flower” A Dive into Fun Goth

FOLLOW PrivacyClub VIA: Into a Flower, Don Riedel as PrivacyClub’s debut single offers a promising first glimpse into the band’s intricate wordplay. Blending influences from emo, goth, and indie rock, singer-songwriter Don Riedel explores emotional vulnerability through infectious melodies and raw vocals. Recorded at Triangle Wave Studios in Brooklyn, the single immediately draws listeners in….

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“Lovescope” By Sir-Vere: A Love Letter Album

FOLLow Sir-Vere viA: Veteran alternative rockers Sir-Vere have unleashed their long-awaited studio album “Lovescope,” available now via Worldsound/Virgin Music Group. Showcasing the band’s signature hybrid of high-energy electronica, post-punk aggression, and anthemic songwriting, “Lovescope” finds Sir-Vere firing on all cylinders. Led by core members Gary Morland (guitar, bass, keys) and Craig Hammond (vocals), alongside programmer…

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9 O’Clock Nasty: ‘Crowland’ Original Single

foLLow O’Clock Nasty viA: With their upcoming album, “This Is Crowland,” British rockers 9 O’Clock Nasty give listeners a taste of their signature energetic sound with the release of their single “Crowland.” Dropped on January 13th, 2024, across streaming platforms, the track pulls no punches, bringing the band’s high-intensity post-punk vibe to the forefront. Described…

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Luma Fade: ‘Lunar Decay’ Album

follow Luma Fade via: Luma Fade unveils their inaugural musical offering, “Lunar Decay,” a masterful solo project by Benjamin Forrest Dalton that emerged on December 22, 2023. Dalton’s musical roots span a wide spectrum, traversing from the post-punk allure of Echo and the Bunnymen, The Cure, Joy Division, Susie and the Banshees to a later…

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