Allie Frost in a deadly desert.

Our interview with Allie frost. Allie’s foray into the solo music scene began around 2019-2020, after years of making music. “I’ve been making music for a long time, but I would say that I branched into this solo life around 2019, 2020,” she explained. “So just a couple of years, and I make what’s known as ethereal darkwave kind of goth rock. A little bit of a shoegaze element there, because I really like the swirly stuff, and that is what I’ve been doing lately.”

Explore more from Allie in our interview.

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An interview with an Egyptian woman, Hem Netjer and an Egyptian pharaoh.

We interviewed Hem Netjer.

Hem Netjer creates Dark Electronic Folk music based out of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Inspired by the middle Egyptian word for god’s servant (priest), we combine ancient stories, traditional instruments and modern technology. Haunting female vocals blended with deep throat singing and catchy synth lines create sounds

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The album "NOT MY GOD - OBVERSES" receives a compelling review for its cover.

Discover a realm beyond the boundaries of traditional industrial and dark electronic music with the captivating new album from Not My God.

The enthralling collaboration between Tim Skold (SKOLD and ex-Marilyn Manson) and Nero Bellum (Psyclon 9), “Obverses” offers an absolute must for lovers of cutting-edge sounds.

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A black and white photo of a group of people posing at The Neuro Farm.

The Neuro Farm is a Washington DC-based darkwave gothic rock band that combines haunting vocal harmonies with soaring violin melodies, driving rhythm guitar, and ethereal sonic textures. Drawing on influences such as Joy Division, Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sigur Ros, Chelsea Wolfe, Portishead, and Rammstein, their music has been praised for its hauntingly beautiful sound.

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