Prodigious in output, singular in sound: Mories de Jong of Gnaw Their Tongues returns with a new sound, a new project and a new album. We catch up with the man himself to see how his landscape has changed since our 2010 interview.
The innovative Wreck and Reference have flourished since their demo. In an attempt to kill two birds with one stone, LURKER reviews their new album,
Youth, then explores it with Ignat and Felix in an in-depth and exclusive interview.
The latest and greatest from Heinali & Matt Finney is a down-trodden march through the degradation of civilisation set to a cinematic ambient masterpiece. Available for pre-order from Paradigms.
Who needs guitars anyway? Wreck and Reference from Davis, California, are getting along just fine without them.
We talk to the newly-crowned masters of “doomgaze” about their latest miserable epic, Ain’t No Night.
Embrace the heavy-pop genius of Norway’s VENA!
Minimalist composer Heinali and poet Matt Finney join forces to make some of the greatest ‘doomgaze’ yet. A genius collaboration to the core. Highly recommended.
After passing comments by Neige of a slight ‘shoegaze’ influence in the music he wrote as Alcest and the subsequent success of this project,…
Like the first piercing shard of light through the black, tumultuous clouds of argument that have erupted in recent months over the ‘infestation’ of…
Damn. I haven’t listened to Grouper in a long, long while. With this new release Hold/Sick out on Aussie label Room40, it’s high time that…
Hydra Head have, somewhat dubiously, sparked my curiosity by offering all digital Jesu releases at a massively reduced price over at their new online…
So I’m listening to Loveless at 128. My Bloody Valentine are great, it’s been a while. Haters gonna hate.