Grabbitz – Follow Me

Musician, Composer, Producer and DJ, Grabbitz, previously featured here with Rezz on Someone Else, stands (flies) alone in this 2016 track featuring a plague mask and the eerily prescient words, “let’s hold our breath ’til we die, I just wish it was for something”. Grabbitz (real name Nicholas Chiari) was born in Buffalo, New York on February 18th, 1993 and thus is the ripe old … Continue reading Grabbitz – Follow Me

Molchat Doma – Zvezdy (Stars)

The Belarusian trio hailing from Minsk that is Molchat Doma (“Houses are Silent“) have been taking the post-punk community by storm over the last several years, culminating in this live three-song session released March of 2020 (MENT x ETEP). Notably, I’m more fond of the first two of these three songs and focusing on only the first, Zvezdy (Stars) which strikingly is a love song. … Continue reading Molchat Doma – Zvezdy (Stars)

Drab Majesty – 39 By Design

Singer/songwriter Andrew Clinco (aka Deb DeMure) leads this Los Angeles neo-goth band began in 2011 with three albums out now and a worldwide following. This particular cut taken from their second album Demonstration correspondingly affirms their talent for dark emotion-laden melodies and interesting, albeit at times, mournful lyric choices. “39 By Design” was written in remembrance of the 39 members of the Heaven’s Gate cult … Continue reading Drab Majesty – 39 By Design

Jonathan Bree – You’re So Cool

As you may have already noticed, I have a rather broad definition of “Post-Punk”, so be aware my posts will vary from riotous punk at times to synth-pop on occasion, yet mostly frequenting the dark and fervent. In this case it is a brooding tune of gothic chamber music from Jonathan Bree, sometimes playfully described as “dark Disney”. This, his biggest hit thus far, has … Continue reading Jonathan Bree – You’re So Cool

Dead Can Dance – The Host of Seraphim

Such a beautiful song and such a heartrending video. One hopes that in the time intervening, things have improved in this impoverished nation where so many survive on the waste of another country. In the midst of this sad montage there are brief respites of beauty however they often only serve to embolden this video’s deep melancholy. The music itself is pure DCD and of … Continue reading Dead Can Dance – The Host of Seraphim