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It's been a slow-ish week in terms of new songs, and it seems like that will continue to be the case till SXSW is behind us. Yesterday on Twitter, Tom noted that March 11 is pretty short on viable…   Read Story »
Chelsea Wolfe and King Dude both make gothic folk music, so it felt natural when they paired up for the Sing Songs Together project last year. Soon they'll put out another single and you can hear one…   Read Story »
For whatever reason, this is the week that many of the old music-video-director gods awakened to walk the earth again. Their names, chanted aloud, inspire nothing but fear in the hearts of the…   Read Story »
Chelsea Wolfe is going to be in the movies. The dark-pop singer-songwriter has teamed up with the director Mark Pellington, who did Pearl Jam's iconic "Jeremy" clip and the pretty-great thriller…   Read Story »
Chicago trio Russian Circles generally work somewhere on the line between metal and post-rock, generating slow moving, but towering instrumentals like on the recently released "Deficit." It's rare…   Read Story »
Chelsea Wolfe will release her fourth album in four years Pain Is Beauty this September and here is another look at its calming darkness, "The Waves Have Come." I was going to make a joke here about…   Read Story »
I don't want to bum anybody out, but summer's almost over. With an emphasis on almost, meaning anything can still happen (aside from reclaiming that unbridled feeling of summer's start and infinite…   Read Story »
The prolific Chelsea Wolfe has another album of dark, obsessive bedroom music all ready to go this fall. It's called Pain Is Beauty, and we posted first single "The Warden." Now she's shared another…   Read Story »
Chelsea Wolfe is now on pace to release her fourth album of witchy, overwhelmed-by-darkness bedroom-pop in four years. The descriptively titled Pain Is Beauty, her next one, arrives this fall, and it…   Read Story »
Michael Gira prefers to call the version of Swans that emerged in early 2010 a reconstitution rather than a reunion. It is easy to see why the word choice matters to him; the term "reunion" comes…   Read Story »