Strangeways Radio has put together our Top 20 Albums of 2019 covering the genres of Synthpop, Post Punk, Dark Wave, Indie, Modern/Alt Rock, Dreampop and Electronica.
Host Brenna Cavanaugh brings you her top Shoegaze and Dreampop tracks from 2019.
Strangeways Radio has put together our Top 25 songs of 2019 covering the genres of Synthpop, Post Punk, Dark Wave, Indie, Modern/Alt Rock, Dreampop and Electronica.
Host Brenna Cavanaugh brings you her weekly review where she goes over the latest new music in the genres of Shoegaze, dreampop and related genres. This weeks show features news on the latest plus Burning House and Drab Majesty plus clips from Flyying Colours – Wavy Gravy Airiel – Your Lips, My Mouth Rev Rev…
Tomorrow, post punk darlings Drab Majesty will release their much anticipated new album called Modern Mirror. To hold you over one more day, the band has released a new video for the fourth single off the album. Titled ‘Out Of Sequence’, the track features familiar Drab Majesty hooks but manages to offer a bit of a different style from prior singles.
Drab Majesty has done it again. The third single off of Modern Mirror has been released today and it is every bit as good as the previous singles, Ellipsis and Long Division
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in dark synth / dark wave. This might be one of our favorite compilations to date. It features plenty of familiar artists in the genre plus new comers like Leathers.
Today, Drab Majesty has released the second single Long Division. This time, they have taken their sound to the next level. While picking their best song might be like asking you to choose between cookies and cake, if forced to choose…Long Division might very well be the answer
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Post Punk. This features a few familiar names such as Cold Cave, Drab Majesty and The Present Moment plus some new bands to check out like Kuta and Twin Tribes. This is a great collection of dark and moody post punk gems.
LA based dark wave/post punk band Drab Majesty have released a new single called Ellipsis. This is off an album titled Modern Mirror that is due out on July 12.
This is a song that changes sonic tactics throughout, and it works really well. Echoing the confusion and frustration of its narration, it vacillates between peace and discord. It builds its story around the lyrics, but challenges itself to tell that story with its audial composition. It warms from sparsity into intricacy, then plays with an almost noodling sound – evoking moments in waiting rooms; anticipatory, anxious.