Posts Tagged ‘Darkwave’

Free MP3 Downloads #12

Amanda Palmer

This week’s free MP3 round up includes legally free tracks by bands such as Dead Can Dance, Electric Clowns, Sissy And The Blisters, Amanda Palmer, and Constables. Enjoy.

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Skeleton Hands

Skeleton Hands

Skeleton Hands‘ moody musical parfait is layered with glacial synths, minimalist rhythms, cascading guitars, hazy vocals, and punchy bass lines that sound lifted from some long-lost band on Factory Records.

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Winter Severity Index

Winter Severity Index

Embracing the shadowy storms of sheer misery that turned Ian Curtis, Robert Smith, and Morrissey into poster boys for self-loathing teenagers, Winter Severity Index produce gloomy soundscapes full of distorted guitars, dry-ice synths, prominent bass lines, and propulsive drumbeats.

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Cold Cave

Cold Cave

Taking cues from ’80s post-punk, goth, and synthpop household names like The Cure, New Order, Joy Division, and Depeche Mode, Cold Cave‘s dark outings provide an aural tour-de-force of pounding synths, muscular rhytmhs, resonant baritone vocals, atmospheric industrial beats, and post-punk vibes.

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Kordan

Kordan

Influenced by the guitar drones of shoegazers Ride, Swervedriver, and The Jesus and Mary Chain, along with the propulsive, post-punk rhythms and synths of Joy Division, Kordan create lush textures, pulsating beats, and somber melodies.

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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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She Wants Revenge

She Wants Revenge

Considered part of the post-punk revival movement of the ’00s, She Wants Revenge have been compared to Interpol, although their musical influences are far wider and range from the dance acts of the ’80s and the alternative rock groups of the ’90s to the darker rock of The Cure and Bauhaus.

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O. Children

O. Children

With serious nods to the likes of Bauhaus, The Sisters Of Mercy, and Joy Division, as well as their more mainstream counterparts Interpol, Editors, and She Wants Revenge, O. Children are creating a buzz in both the goth and indie music scene and it won’t be long before they become household names.

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Dial M For Murder!

Dial M For Murder!

Stating Alfred Hitchcock, love & hate, low frequency bass, old drum machines, London, and indie fashion as outside influences, Dial M for Murder! stand somewhere between the poised assurance of Ladytron and the lugubrious side of Interpol.

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Legion Within

Legion Within

Legion Within blend darkwave and industrial into their own distinctive genre of gloomy rock, with songs ranging from romance and tragedy to tongue-in-cheek dark humor and flights of sadistic fancy.

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