San Diego-based producer Grimbeard has finished 2022 off with a mean, dirty full-length debut record to sink your rabid senses into. Pure Acid Hell delivers a hefty dose of industrial rock that will thrill any fan of old-school Nitzer Ebb or Nine Inch Nails. It’s
Louisville’s Vaporwave MVP has sent through his best wishes for the coming year by dropping a couple of tracks.
Glitchy, funky and drenched in 80s’ corporate culture kitsch, ‘On the Telephone’ will have you dancing then drooling all over the living room floor as your friends
Sensational feat. Planteaterz – “THE PEARL” EP
Sensational is the weird kids’ favorite rapper. He is the most unknown, sort of well-known, but not really, abstract experimental vagabond you’ve never heard of. He’s written numerous albums, E.P.’s and features that can be found all over bandcamp.
Boston-based producer Adam Michael Kozak, also known as Burial Grid, has released his fifth album. Composed of eight tracks, Shores of Quiddity release adopts a more meditative, ambient vibe than the ominously titled We’ve Come for Your Flesh, immersing its listeners in a deeply strange
Based from parts unknown, Abstract Void is an ambitious and thoroughly creative force in the bandcamp synth game, blending the likes of retrowave and blackgaze in a dreamy yet incredibly intense haze of musical bliss. Hip extreme metal enthusiasts will immediately recognize a strong affinity
Another stunning chillsynth release has slid by, almost criminally under the radar. DavZ's sophomore album "Exotic Spaces" was released all the way back in January via the Midwest Collective, and somehow at the time of this writing, there are still a few tapes left!
The devilish duo Dance With The Dead are being resurrected back into the spotlight with the release of “B-Sides: Volume 1.” Although this album is comprised of various unreleased and compilation tracks, it is quickly shaping up to be a truly fiendish fan favorite.
A few months ago, while on the phone with T.S., the founder of NRW, I was talking about certain trends in avant-garde styles of pop developing in London, and how it would be interesting to see these aggressively experimental musical choices manifest in