Posts Tagged ‘New Wave’

Black Poets

Black Poets

Black Poets blend the darkness of Joy Division and The Chameleons with traditional New York City dance music, soaring guitars, and stark baritone vocals about loves lost and alienation.

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Adoration

Adoration

Adoration’s sophisticated pop-noir blends dark waves of disintegration with beautiful layers of musical melody and sweeping orchestral textures, creating atmospheric soundscapes and deathlike lullabies.

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Bell Hollow

With equal doses of 1982 and 2008 mixed with smart songwriting and terrific musicianship, Bell Hollow create blindingly beautiful morose soundscapes.

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Veil Veil Vanish

Veil Veil Vanish

Veil Veil Vanish is a San Francisco-based four-piece that brings dark post-punk energy, shoegaze atmospherics, and modern indie aesthetics into the current era of pop music.

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War Tapes

War Tapes

War Tapes create epic anthems of angst, blending the attitude and edge of today’s post-hardcore scene with an appealing nod to ’80s new wave and post-punk. Despite leaning towards the dark side, they manage to marry monstrously dark soundscapes with sing-a-long choruses and huge hooks.

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The Transisters

The Transisters

The Transisters’ anxious beats, angular guitars, and sober vocals will immediately strike a chord with fans of Joy Division, Bauhaus, Gang Of Four, and She Wants Revenge.

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Mount Sims

Mount Sims

Moody basslines, cold synths, sinister snares, searing guitars, and bleak vocals are awaiting for those brave enough to give Mount Sims a listen. Are you one of them?

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The Organ

The Organ

A critical and popular favourite, The Organ write melodic and introspective music based on layered interplay between their instrumentalists, drawing comparisons to the underground and brooding sound of The Smiths, Joy Division, and The Cure.

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Suicide

Suicide

Suicide emerged alongside the early punk scene in New York City in 1971; never widely popular amongst the general public, their albums and performances in the late ’70s and early ’80s helped shape the direction of indie rock, industrial, and dance music.

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The Antique Toys

The Antique Toys

Drawing from a healthy mix of eclectic music, The Antique Toys have been influenced by a long list of bands such as OMD, Depeche Mode, The Cure, David Bowie, Shiny Toy Guns, The Postal Service, and Radiohead.

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