On this day in history (May 4, 1982), The Cure released their 4th studio album Pornography featuring the single The Hanging Garden. This album was preceded by the non-album single Charlotte Sometimes. Following the release of Pornography, bassist Simon Gallup left the band and band took on a more radio-friendly new wave sound.
This weeks compilation features some of our favorite new tracks in the genre of dark wave / dark synth. It’s headlined by the opening track People Are Fake which takes a no punches approach to calling people out.
Bella Lune has recorded a a live performance of their songs “Onward” and “Silent And Still” for the Strangeways Sessions series. This performance was recorded live at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, Arizona.
On the anniversary of the release of Floodland, The Sisters Of Mercy have announced 4 concert dates for the UK in March 2020
This weeks compilation features the latest new music in the genres of dark wave, dark synth, post punk and goth – basically, put on black and enjoy!
Hosts Nyq and Cass bring you a bi-weekly show featuring the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene. This is a great way to hear some new tunes, find out who is on tour, and catch up on any news you might have missed. This weeks episode features new selections…
Hosts Nyq and Cass discuss the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene.
Hosts Nyq and Cass bring you a bi-weekly show featuring the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene. This is a great way to hear some new tunes, find out who is on tour, and catch up on any news you might have missed.
Welcome to the debut episode of Nocturne News. Hosts Nyq and Cass bring you a weekly show featuring the latest music in news in the Dark Wave and Goth music scene.
Past Forward celebrates how modern music is influenced by classic songs and performances from the past. This week we feature the music of the swedish Dark Wave / Post Punk / Goth singer Henric de la Cour with his single Two Against One. Henric got his start with a group called Yvonne. After 4 albums…
This weeks playlist celebrates the catalog of the legendary Peter Murphy. This features selections from all of his solo albums plus a few choice Bauhaus tracks. When making the playlist, I fully expected to have quite a few selections from Deep and Cascade. But, I was a bit surprised at how many songs from Unshattered would end of making it. This just proves that it’s good to go back and examine an artists entire catalog.
This is a nice retro trip, and although that is maybe becoming a cliche notion, this is NOT a look back at 80’s Synth. We are talking about the hazy, dreamy world New Wave/Goth vibe of Cocteau Twins, Bel Canto and The Cure. There are also more ethereal vocal vibes reminiscent of Julee Cruise, Tamaryn…