Bauhaus made their final appearance of a limited-date reunion tour in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Palladium and Azam Ali opened for Bauhaus on this final night. We were lucky to catch the show!
Substance was a two-day festival in Los Angeles held at the historic Los Angeles Theatre on the 1st and 2nd of November with Gary Numan and Boy Harsher as respective headliners.
Pink Turns Blue are currently on tour and stopped in Los Angeles for a show on September 15th at The Echoplex.
Five years after A Collection of Creatures, Johnny Hollow keeps to a shorter and sweet EP length with their new release, The Old Gods of New Berlin.
UK industrial darkwave legends Attrition like to visit Toronto every so often, and this time it happened at the Rivoli on March 16, 2019. Three opening bands fleshed out the evening’s lineup.
Peter Murphy is touring to celebrate 40 years of Bauhaus and playing albums in their entirety. We caught his live show in Anaheim at The City National Grove on January 16th 2019.
Dallas resident and fixture of the dark alternative scene, DJ Joe Virus has been DJing since the 90s and performing live music with various outfits. We spoke with Joe about the path that led him to DJing Dallas’ largest goth/alternative club night at The Church and how he stays inspired musically.
After a successful debut last year, the second installment of the Cloak & Dagger Festival took place in downtown Los Angeles at the historic Los Angeles Theatre. We were there to check out the various aspects of this unique event featuring live music and immersive theatre.
The Damned are touring in support of their latest release Evil Spirits. We caught their live show in Los Angeles at The Fonda Theatre on November 2nd 2018.
In October 2017 HEALTH performed at the first Cloak & Dagger Dusk Til Dawn Festival in Los Angeles. We caught up with HEALTH bassist John Famliglietti to talk about the band’s history, playing the festival, and more.
The Soft Moon recently wrapped their North American tour with Boy Harsher and we caught them at The Teregram Ballroom presented by Lethal Amounts on Friday, April 16th 2018 in Los Angeles.
We caught UK industrial darkwave legends Attrition at Hard Luck Bar with Eye Steal, SLUTMOTHER, Depression Era, and Valkyrie 1984, all hosted by Dentata Music.
Hot on the release of The Birthday Massacre’s seventh album, Under Your Spell, we caught up with their guitarist Rainbow in Philadelphia where they headlined the 69th Dracula’s Ball at The Trocadero Theatre.
IAMX won the Auxiliary Award for Best Band of 2016 and we talked with Chris Corner about the past, 2016, and the future including two new IAMX albums that are on the horizon.
For this week’s Music Video Tuesday we bring you a music video from Night Things, “Cost Of The Summer”. There’s something about dreams and dreaming that is wonderful and upsetting. This LA duo is basing their dreampop sound on, oddly enough dreams.
Drab Majesty are in the middle of a tour and slated to play Wave Gotik Treffen this year so it’s worth a revisit to “The Foyer” music video.
To welcome our new advertiser Snuttock we chatted with Bryan Lee about their history and their new remix album Rituals Redux.
Scary Lady Sarah won the Auxiliary Award for Best DJ of 2016 and we talked with her about the past, 2016, and the future.
Dark electronic duo Goldfrapp have returned after nearly four years with their seventh album Silver Eye to be released on March 31st via Mute and a music video for the first single “Anymore”.
The Evanescence In Concert Tour is out to promote their upcoming vinyl LP release “The Ultimate Collection” and will continue in South America in 2017.
This past Halloween in Philadelphia the 30th anniversary of Stabbing Westward was celebrated at the 68th Dracula’s Ball.
Cast your vote for the best alternative, subculture, unique, or independent Band, Album, Music Video, and DJ of 2016!
VNV Nation hit New York City Halloween weekend, ending their twelve date Compendium Tour, playing some of their greatest hits over the past twenty years.
The Brave Enough Tour is taking violinist, dancer, performance artist, and composer Lindsey Stirling throughout North America and Europe. We caught her in New York City.