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Schrödinger – Bloody Eyes

A lot of the music I enjoy could be considered by some to be unconventional (yes, I’m strange even by goth standards). Well, how about a little gothic-surfer music? Schrödinger dropped this track from their debut album “Last Days on Earth” appropriately released on Halloween in this year of our lord, 2020. For many of us, the album title is unfortunately more than a little … Continue reading Schrödinger – Bloody Eyes

Belgrado – Jeszcze Raz (Again)

Following along with my last post we have Belgrado now, another non-English brooding modern post-punk band, although Spanish this time with lyrics sung by a perhaps undeniably gorgeous Polish lead singer and based out of Barcelona, Spain. They are self-described as a “blend (of) the eyeliner-heavy swagger of Siouxsie and the Banshees and the fragile nihilism of Joy Division with the muscular attack of Killing … Continue reading Belgrado – Jeszcze Raz (Again)

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She Past Away – Sanri (Hallucination)

Oddly perhaps, She Past Away has become synonymous with darkwave and goth over their ten years existence – oddly since their lyrics of “minimalist poetry” are entirely sung in their native Turkish tongue. While unfamiliar to some, Turkish has a beastly beauty all its own and something about those vocals oozes gothic undertones such that when added to their signature beats, reverb, and deep bass … Continue reading She Past Away – Sanri (Hallucination)

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