Below is a mix from Chelsea Wolfe; calm, moody, and thoughtful.
Below is a mix from the designer Sruli Recht.
My mix is a change of pace for those who might be sleepless right now, be it insomnia or sleep paralysis, as the quarantine and current news cycle might be exacerbating the aforementioned for some. Best listened to after midnight.
Below is a mix from Jun Takahashi of UNDERCOVER.
This week we are publishing music mixes from our friends. Below is a real treat – a Post Soviet Post Punk playlist that the designer Alexandre Plokhov put together for us. Enjoy!
This week we are publishing music mixes that our friends have put together for us to help with the isolation.
This week we are publishing music mixes that our friends have put together for us. Below is a mix from Takahiro Miyashita of TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist.
We hope you are all Ok. This week we will be publishing music mixes from our friends, and we hope they’ll help you pull through and let you discover or rediscover good music.
Twenty years ago a hardcore band American Nightmare was formed in Boston. It changed the direction of hardcore into one that was more reflective, more musical, and more meditative and created a signature that was entirely its own. This was largely due to Wes Eisold’s, the band’s front man, fascination with post-punk, especially with the bands like Joy Division and the Smiths, whose lead singers were also genuine poets, as is Eisold.
In 1978 in London the young musician by the name Daniel Miller recorded two songs, “T.V.O.D.” and “Warm Leatherette” under the moniker The Normal.