Jenn Vix Concocts Strange Synthetic Utopia With 6

Jenn Vix is making the kind of Electro music you need to hear. Like a mix of The B-52’s in their early years and Gary Numan circa The Pleasure Principle with hints of the Eurythmics thrown in for good measure, 6 is a veritable melting pot of awesome electronic sounds presented in a new way.

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All Your Sisters Deliver Another Instant Gothic Masterpiece on Bleak Trust Ruins

We called All Your Sisters’ last record Uncomfortable Skin “an instant gothic masterpiece” (Read more here) and listening through their upcoming full-length, mastermind Jordan Morrison is doing little to dissuade that they’ve done it again. And might we add that, if possible, they’ve gone bleaker and gothier? Is that a term? Howzabout “none more goth” then?

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All Tvvins Deliver Stellar Sophomore Soliloquy With Just To Exist

Being a huge fan of The Cast of Cheers (The band, not the actual cast of Cheers) it was inevitable that I’d be drawn in when vocalist Conor Adams announced his new outfit All Tvvins and debuted tracks like “Thank You” and “Darkest Ocean” beginning in 2014. Their first full-length (IIVV, released in 2016) delivered the goods and more based on the strength of those early singles and their sophomore outing is delivering even more.

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smell Share Their Musical Layers Within The Sonic Potpourri Of Viva Lasagna

Do you ever just put on a record and from the start think: “Damn! This is gonna be some good stuff right here!” That’s the kind of feeling you should expect when you start the sonic journey that is Boston-based smell’s latest offering, Viva Lasagna.

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Gabriel and the Apocalypse Compile All The Electro Bangers You’ll Ever Need To Hear In 2019 On Alpha Bionic

If you’re looking to get your fix for bombastic Industrial-tinged Electro bangers in 2019 then look no further because Alpha Bionic from Gabriel and the Apocalypse is almost here! Filled with biting lyrics backed by chugging riffs and a massive wall of electronic ecstasy, Gabriel and the Apocalypse expand their already established sound to get exquisite results on their latest.

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Replicant Prep First Vinyl Release, A Taste Of Midnight, For May Release

It’s easy to passionately type up some glowing words about an artist when they continually put out solid slabs of musical excellence. In this case, we’re talking about Chicago’s Replicant who will be celebrating their most recent releases (The Reckoning and The Resistance) with their first ever vinyl release.

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UNKLE Delivers The Empire Strikes Back Of The Road Trilogy With Lost Highway

There’s something comforting when James Lavelle announces new music from UNKLE and even more comforting when said music is the middle of a trilogy of new tunes from the Electronic genius. And even MORE comforting when said middle album is a massive double disc of new Electro jams.

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Section H8 Delivers Loud And Concise Call To Arms With Phase One

Combining the visceral intensity of Youth Code (One half of that outfit, Ryan George, coincidentally provides the samples and synths on Phase One) with an unbridled ’90’s Hardcore attitude (Kind of a mix of Biohazard and, honestly, Type O Negative’s early days), Section H8 is bringing a refreshing brand of concise shredding Metal to the masses.

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Aesthetic Perfection Embrace Patreon, Dive Into The Black On Newest Electronic Masterpiece

My Aesthetic Perfection education is pretty ass backwards. I was introduced to them when the Cabaret album was unleashed (Our review of Imperfect is here), covered the most recent EP (Which you can read here) and THEN was introduced to A Violent Emotion through a Spotify playlist within the last couple of months. In conclusion, my frame of reference for Aesthetic Perfection is everywhere!

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Dead Girls Corp. Glow On Industrial-Sized Goth Classic Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades

Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades, the debut from Dead Girls Corp., is a rollicking good time that brings to mind the best Industrial had to offer in the late ’90’s combined with the best production values of today to create the most unholy union of sounds since John Lennon and Yoko Ono started collaborating.

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