• Drab Majesty Takeover!

      Going by the persona of Deb Demure, Drab Majesty is an infusion of dark wave mystery and shoegaze ethereality. Based in Los Angeles, Drab Majesty recently released her/his latest album, Careless, on Dais Records in June of this year. Andrew Clinco created Drab Majesty’s overall aesthetic and character in 2012, freeing the audience and her/himself of any specific gender, instead encouraging listeners to look past the duality of gender and focus on the experience. Deb Demure infuses aspects of dreamy soundscapes with somber and introspective visual elements to her/his music videos, a blend of new-wave similarities from The Cure and Joy Division with visual elements comparable to David Lynch’s…

  • Prinzhorn Dance School’s “Reign” Review

      In Cambridge, Massachusetts there exists a club called TT the Bear’s Place. On Saturday nights this strange little hole in the wall is home to literally the best thing ever: new wave dance music, primarily from the 80’s. I spent some of my best Boston nights raving to remixes of Iggy Pop, the Cure, and Depeche Mode with some of the strangest partygoers the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts had to offer. Why, you may be asking, is this in any way related to Prinzhorn Dance School’s new single “Reign”? Well, it’s because “Reign” would fit seamlessly within one of the famed “retro” playlists at good ol’ TT the Bear’s.…

  • Omega Vague’s ‘Reveries’

      Seems like everyone and their grandma is a musician these days. In a world of beats made on laptops and “help me record my debut album!” Kickstarters, it’s easy to miss truly good self-recorded/produced music while you’re trying to avoid all the “experimental” garbage out there. Luckily, I’ve got a pretty solid homemade-ish album for y’all, straight outta Connecticut – Omega Vague’s Reveries.   Omega Vague is Craig Douglas, who’s something of a jack-of-all-trades music-wise. Although he enlisted some help for post-production and drums (all credits can be found on Omega Vague’s website), Douglas says he wrote, performed and recorded Reveries on his own. But he’s not just another…