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The Sounds of Russian Post-Punk: Five Songs You Need to Hear

By Faith Vara Music Journalist The post-punk scene of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s is one I often find myself indulging in. Recently, I’ve been on the search for more modernized post-punk groups that aren’t the same revivalist bands I’ve been listening to for years. Don’t get me wrong, I love The Strokes and Interpol as much as the next person, but it was time for something new. And […]

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Interpol: Marauder Album Review

By Samuel Cravey Music Journalist Artist: Interpol Album: Marauder Release Date: August 24, 2018 Website: Interpol, New York’s post-punk revival rock band, make their presence known with their first album since 2014, Marauder. Fans familiar with Interpol’s previous albums should delight in the trio’s newest work. Paul Banks (vocals and bass), Daniel Kessler (lead guitar and backing vocals) and Sam Fogarino (percussion) have stuck with their consistent approach to […]

todaySeptember 26, 2018 581


Fearing: Black Sand Review

By Andrew Vela Music Journalist Artist: Fearing Album: Black Sand Release Date: January 2, 2018 Label: Funeral Party Records After a notable release entitled A Life of None, Fearing is back with Black Sand, an EP containing four songs where post-punk and goth rock thrives to its fullest. Fearing hails from California and by the album cover, you can just imagine how dark and post-punk this collective is. Formed from […]

todayFebruary 23, 2018 111


Glaare: To Deaf And Day Review

By Samuel Peirce Music Journalist Artist: Glaare Album: To Deaf And Day Label: Dune Altar Release Date: October 27, 2017 Website: When it comes to creating moody atmospheres, no genre does it quite like post-punk. It’s the perfect music to sit and mope to that makes you feel cool while doing said moping. The genre itself is broad and isn’t limited to synthy dirges, of course. But Glaare’s debut […]

todayJanuary 30, 2018 68


The Official KTSW Subgenre Starter Kit

By Ché Salgado Music Journalist Navigating the modern musical landscape can be a tricky thing. People love to go on about the records they love, the subgenres they love, and once in awhile, you’re going to encounter someone who can’t help but flex their knowledge as though it were an actual sport. These sorts of people are going to be throwing all sorts of terms and names at you, and if […]

todayOctober 2, 2016 101


Drowners: On Desire Review

By Ché Salgado Music Reviewer Artist: Drowners Album: On Desire Released: June 24, 2016 Label: Frenchkiss Website:         Drowners: post-punk for people who call Cage the Elephant their “favorite indie band”, post-punk for people who consider Souvlaki the best shoegaze record because Loveless is “too noisy, you can’t hear the words”, post-punk for people who like the idea of listening to “post-punk” more than they like listening to post-punk. The […]

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Julia Brown: An Abundance of Strawberries Review

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Reviewer Artist: Julia Brown Album: An Abundance of Strawberries Label: Birdtapes Release Date: January 15, 2016 Website: Nothing gives me more chills than dreamy, delayed acoustics, sharp psychedelic details and transitions flowing effortlessly to create a theme of raw magnificence. Every other piece in An Abundance of Strawberries seems to have it's own unique voice, story, and mysterious message. The most pleasurable part of listening […]

todayFebruary 17, 2016 78



Editors: In Dream Review

By: Tre Simmons Music Reviewer Artist: Editors Album: In Dream Label: PIAS Recordings ( Release Date: October 2, 2015 Website: ( With In Dream, Editors have finally reached what some would consider a new direction. Throughout their entire discography, they have channeled the likes of post-punk greats from the past and present, occasionally channeling up the morose drama of Joy Division, angular accessibility of Interpol, and the sorrowful hope of […]

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