The enigmatic band releases their first pop single in preparation for their upcoming album.
After discovering some backups on a floppy disk, Circle of Dust is re-releasing their debut album for its 25th anniversary.
There’s a hint of darkness beneath the dreaminess that makes Chasms’ music all the more captivating.
The band’s shimmering, jangly guitar pop gets the John Hughes treatment.
The band’s 1987 magnum opus is a dark, haunting album that still captivates after more than three decades.
Knight Sabers’ future funk is the perfect music for relaxing after a hard day of fighting rogue mecha on the streets of Mega Tokyo.
Topographies’ Difference & Repetition Perfectly Invokes the Specter of Early ’80s Post-Punk (Review)
If you’re a fan of ethereal guitars, icy synths, Cure-ish basslines, and haunting vocals, then this is your new favorite EP.
This is music for ambling through wide open spaces that aren’t encumbered by the detritus of urban sprawl.
The perfect track for sauntering through ghost towns in the Texas panhandle.
This four-hour collection of improvised ambient/electronic music is as spacious and expansive as its cosmic cover art suggests.
The first single from Sufjan’s upcoming album traffics in ghostly synths and harrowing drones.
Originally released in 1997, these eight ambient pieces put much of modern dungeon synth music to shame.
The “father of Christian goth” leaves behind a unique legacy in Christian music.
My friend’s latest EP is a good one for fans of soulful, country-tinged singer/songwriter music.
A new single from one of the best synthpop/darkwave bands around.
This 1978 album takes John Williams’ iconic score in some truly bizarre directions.
Is an ’80s synthwave remix of The Mandalorian theme really necessary? Do you even need to ask?
My Favorite Songs of 2019: American Football, City Girl, ISON, Pedro the Lion, Robert Rich, Starflyer 59 & more
I listened to a lot of music this year; these 25 songs were the ones that stuck with me throughout the last 12 months.
The influential designer’s artwork graced albums by Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, Pixies, and This Mortal Coil.
The Moscow shoegazers return with ten tracks of brilliant shoegaze that’s hampered only somewhat by a muddy mix.