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Mastering Totenwald “Wrong Place Wrong Time” on Mass Media Records.

“Totenwald from Berlin are a 3 piece dark punk band featuring the wonderful Trish on vocals.”

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L’Obscurité “White / Offended” on Mass Media Records.

“L’obscurite’ from Stockholm, Sweden are a three piece synth punk wave band. Features both male and female vocals. Songs touch on gender politics and have such an urgency.”

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Mixing Zotz “s/t” on Mass Media Records and DISCOS ENFERMOS.

“Hailing from Mexico City are Zotz, rawdark punk in the vain of Lost Tribe with batcave elements. Artwork by Ashley Hohman. This is a split release with Discos Enfermos from Spain.”

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Rhythm of Cruelty

Mastering Rhythm of Cruelty “Saturated”on Mass Media Records.

“Beautiful ethereal Post wave punk, driving guitars and atmospheric bass lines accompanied by Brandi’s vocals make a perfect combination. It’s the type of record you’ll want to hear in a club or just sitting at home. Seriously is beautiful! Comparisons to bands like Cocteau Twins and This Mortal Coil come to mind at times on this record, however Rhythm of Cruelty takes the beauty of those two artist of the past and give a harder, darker, post punk edge and ambience.”

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Mastering Shadowhouse “Hand In Hand” on Mass Media Records.

“The fertile land of post punk in the USA, Portland Oregon, has out done itself again with one of its more recent progeny, SHADOWHOUSE.  This is the bands debut LP, following a widely acclaimed self-released single (“Haunted b/w Lonely Psalm) and the larger vinyl expanse is reflected in both the songwriting and production of this new 12 inch.  Although they can definitely appeal to the punk side of the goth revival like BELLICOSE MINDS and CRIMSON SCARLETT, their is something closer to traditional goth, dark 80s, and even some neo folk twang here and there.  With the mixture of synthesizer and guitar leads as well as the painful moan of vocalist Shane HAND IN HAND is an instantly memorable listen that will appeal to punks, goths and others not afraid of some dark pop.  Sing along, play loud, and dance slow.”

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