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  • Starting as a rough demo tape recorded solely by Coil member Drew McDowall, Time Machines started to take full form when McDowall enthusiastically delivered these demo recordings to Balance and Christopherson as sketches for a new Coil project with the primary goal of shifting Coil’s sound further into a more conceptually...
  • Starting as a rough demo tape recorded solely by Coil member Drew McDowall, Time Machines started to take full form when McDowall enthusiastically delivered these demo recordings to Balance and Christopherson as sketches for a new Coil project with the primary goal of shifting Coil’s sound further into a more conceptually...
  • HIDE's third album, Interior Terror further abandons traditional concepts of song structure in favor of splintered rhythms and fevered, immediate release Expanding on previous themes of autonomy and empowerment, Interior Terror addresses and questions the corporeal and immaterial body in a physical and metaphysical sense Turning...
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    Drab Majesty's first ever release was the 2012 self-released cassette tape "Unarian Dances" Originally limited to 100 copies, tracks from this tape would eventually make their way onto the Completely Careless CD collection as bonus cuts Now, along with the "Unknown to the I" 12" also released on May 21, these songs are finally...
  • Drab Majesty's first release for Dais Records was the "Unknown to the I" cassette in 2015, which featured the title track that would later appear on his debut album "Careless" that summer The additional early cuts "Saturn Inc" and "Ultra Violet" have previously only been available on digital or as CD bonus tracks Now, along with...
  • Wound Without A Tear is a compilation of “Australian” Ambient and Experimental Music; an area so often overlooked and misunderstood because it does not easily fall into historical context However, the fifteen years (1993-2008) the collection cites–a period of early 90s post-rave ethereality defined by pleasure-centred spaces...
  • An exquisite new age ambient chamber rarity surfaces on vinyl for first time, shining an overdue spotlight on the thwarted 1982 debut by Tim Story - a noted collaborator with Roedelius and er, Glenn Close! RIYL Brian Eno, Dominique Lawalrée, Harold Budd Swan-diving back to the start of Story’s oeuvre, back in a basement...
  • Tempers, comprised of Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper, have carved out their own niche within dark indie, electronica and synth-pop circles Their sound is about exploring tonal and emotional tension as much as it is about actual tracks or singular moments Adrenalizing yet hypnotic landscapes layer mechanical and sensual...
  • CLEAR VINYL WITH YELLOW SPLATTER, LIMITED TO 1000 COPIES! Few groups in recent history forged as confounding and alchemical a body of work as Coil, the partnership of Peter 'Sleazy' Christopherson and John Balance From album to album and phase to phase their recordings spelunk perplexing depths of esoteric industrial, occult...
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    During the transitional period in which Coil’s primary leadership (Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson and John Balance) reorganized their creative direction by taking on new membership in the group through their inclusion of Drew McDowall, Coil took a drastic turn towards the metaphysical unknown Employing the subtle handiwork of...
  • New York artist Tor Lundvall's music often evokes a sense of soft-focus autumnal melancholia but nowhere is this atmosphere more explicit and evocative than his self-released 2006 holiday album, Yule, newly reissued by Dais Records Inspired by childhood memories of “cold, dark evenings” waiting for his mother outside shops and...
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    Veteran NYC based Scottish electronic musician Drew McDowall's latest work is his loftiest, most liturgical, and least industrial outing to date — and potentially the apex of his recent discography Named after an ancient Greek word for votive offering, Agalma exudes a hooded, devotional aura, creaking and keeling under vast...
  • Australian outfit Death Bells return with their sophomore album, New Signs of Life Nine Captivating tracks for fans of eighties indie, classic antipodean new wave, and turn of the century post-punk After swapping hemispheres, Australian outfit Death Bells have found a new home in Los Angeles, emerging with a new album of...
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