Dark Side Of Light – Moist

Soon-to-be darlings of Los Angeles (if there is a God), Dark Side Of Light are the ‘Tripped Out Beatniks’ Nik Frost (singer/songwriter/DJ) and Grant Conway (drummer/producer/engineer) teamed up to create something original and evolutionary in their native land of the angels to “counteract the anxiety-filled hours of our new normal.” Thus, freshly released (January 2021), ‘Moist’ is their first original release, complete with Cornelius-like vocals … Continue reading Dark Side Of Light – Moist

Two Feet – Think I’m Crazy – Guest Post

I’m honored to have been asked by Rann of the GodHatesGoths blog to write a guest post about the song “Think I’m Crazy” by Brooklyn, New York-based artist Two Feet. The music moniker of singer-songwriter and guitarist extraordinaire Bill Dess, Two Feet is my favorite artist at the moment, so I’m happy to write about him and his music any time! I had the pleasure … Continue reading Two Feet – Think I’m Crazy – Guest Post

Puscifer – Momma Sed

The deeply talented, at times irreverent, Maynard James Keenan, lead singer and chief protagonist of both Tool and A Perfect Circle fame decided in 2007 to found his third band Puscifer he once described as “the space where my Id, Ego, and Anima all come together to exchange cookie recipes.” This, to be his ‘for fun‘ group, not dissimilar to Ministry’s Al Jourgensen’s ‘for fun‘ … Continue reading Puscifer – Momma Sed

Twin Tribes – Portal to the Void

Bands often write their own bios on Spotify, so perhaps surprising that Twin Tribes brothers Luis Navarro (Vox/Guitar/Synth) and Joel Niño Jr. (Bass/Synth) have simply written, “Dark melodic sounds, synthesizers, lyrics about the undead, the occult and parallel universes.” Straightforward and direct, especially the part about the occult, as they have at least one video that is made to seem like a kidnapping/snuff film (awesome … Continue reading Twin Tribes – Portal to the Void

Ash Code – Betrayed

Post-punk, Italian-electro, darkwave staples Ash Code are Claudia with twin brothers Alessandro and Adriano, self-described as “dark ballads, deep and melancholic synths, noise and distortions, dances of death.” The band name being “Ash” in homage to their local volcano Mount Vesuvius, in Napoli, and “Code” to evoke something both indefinite yet existentialist. The song “Betrayed” seeming to relate the story of a spurned love forced … Continue reading Ash Code – Betrayed