Category: Featured Artist

Isolated Atoms

Isolated Atoms

Isolated Atoms’ intense and moody blend of angular guitars and ice cold synths takes the best aspects of new wave / post-punk and gives them a refreshing twist, resulting in an intriguing brand of electro rock.

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The Delta Fiasco

The Delta Fiasco

Melting avant-garde rock with new wave, The Delta Fiasco have created a “happening” of dizzying originality, a euphorically dark marriage of European electronica and guitars. Although cited as “Interpol meets The Faint by way of the DFA” they will also appeal to fans of Ladytron, IAMX, and NIN.

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Death By Kite

Death By Kite

Death By Kite’s sound is a tight-rope walk between post-punk and angst-driven indie, a mesmerizing mix of poppish, catchy melodies soaked in a cocktail of noise rock, shoegaze, and new wave.

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Screaming Lights

Screaming Lights

Screaming Lights bear the same relation to White Lies, Repeater, and Red Light Company as those new bands do to Editors, as they did to Interpol, as those Americans did to Joy Division, The Chameleons, and the rest of the black-clad flock of the early ’80s.

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Customs

Customs

Influenced by bands like The House of Love, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Sound, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, and Cocteau Twins, Customs’ edgy post-punk riffs and baritone vocals put them in the same league as Interpol and Editors.

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Hearts Of Black Science

Hearts Of Black Science

Hearts of Black Science’s pop-noir music combines the melancholic darkness of Joy Division and Depeche Mode with the haunting melodies of New Order, M83, Maps, The XX, and Boards Of Canada.

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The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad blend post-rock and post-punk with heavily delayed shoegaze guitars and folk elements. Fans of My Bloody Valentine, Arab Strap, and Mogwai have every reason to be happy.

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Me My Head

Me My Head

Named after a rather obscure Gary Numan track, Me My Head fuse brooding post-punk doom with a Cure-esque pop foundation that echoes elements of new wave romantics.

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Light In Your Life

Light In Your Life

Light In Your Life play brooding, melancholic post-punk influenced indie rock that can be just as depressing as it is beautiful and dreamlike. Their pop sensibility and dark undertones put them in the same niche with Editors, Interpol, Film School, Kent, and The Cure.

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Lowline

Lowline

Lowline’s intense guitar sound is underpinned by tribal house tinged drums and fuzzed up bass lines, as all combine to make something with energy, atmosphere, and spirit. Think of Kasabian-meets-Joy Division-meets-Primal Scream to get the picture.

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