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The Dark Pop / EBM Hybrid that Is 'Wüterich' Is Ushering :Wumpscut: into New Yet Familiar Territory

:Wumpscut: critics tend to fall into two distinct camps: those who praise naïvely but critically misunderstand obvious flaws, and those who can do nothing else but look over their shoulders disdainfully and wetly express their wish that… 983 more words


Introducing... Stephanie Mabey

Stephanie Mabey firmly places herself on the indie pop genre with catchy hooks, great melodies and bite to everything she does (no Zombie song puns intended). 44 more words


Meet The Dreamy Melancholic Swedish Duo Wy

Listening to Wy is transporting into your own personal noir film where you re-question life routines, idiosyncrasies, and daydream about change – doesn’t really have to be better, it simply needs to be different. 72 more words


Acoustic Cover: The Neighbourhood

If you want to see passion in a song this is it. The pain you see in Jesse throughout the song shows complete vulnerability: form hiding his face, to lighting his cigarette, Jesse becomes the role of his song.


The Chill: Episode 6

1. Seas of Gold by BROOKFIELD

Chilling vocals over a piano soundscape matching a chorus that distorts the vocals, with a strong story. BROOKFIELD’s song embraces its tone of despair and bleakness and molds it into one that will sit on your mind. 200 more words



Dallas-based dark pop band, Mount Tyrant, recently released a slick new video for their pop-tastic single “One Night”; with an energetic and shimmery sound reminiscent of bands like The 1975 and PVRIS, Mount Tyrant is poised to make waves on a national level. 444 more words


Album Review: Consilience - Under Our Beds

Three of the album’s tracks – Grim, Home Soon, and Walking Through a Dead Night – are reworkings of songs from that first EP.  The changes to these songs is more than cosmetic, yet less than structural.  108 more words