8 recent gems from the dark spectrum, from dark wave to cold wave and from minimal synth to post punk, and everything in between as long as its “bleak”. Essential for every “creature of the night”!

SadSvit come from Ukraine, and ‘Небо’ is an unable to resist, post punk, cold wave hymn, sung in Ukranian, ideal for infinite “New Romantics”! 

Minneapolis Present Company’s ‘What You Wanted’ is a great synth-pop/post punk gem bringing in mind 80s bands like the superb The Wild Swans… This is ‘what we wanted‘…. 

ZADAR from Philadelphia, combine elements from gothic rock and post punk, and their latest single ‘Julie’, is an addictive, bass-driven ear-worm, that will gradually seep into your brain…For good!

Danish one-man band Eerie Glue sound like an atypical marriage of early-era The Soft Moon, with 90s grunge! Yup, you’ve read well; ‘Witchcraft’ is a fantastic song, with an ideal, accompanying visualizer…. “Do you need anybody?”

Swedish artist Sebastian Clarin recently released his 3rd single ‘High Blood Treasure’,  an ultra catchy song set for the fall’s darkest dance floors. Evocative, heartbreaking and vengeful. Could be an imaginary studio jam between Röyksopp & Soft Cell!

Friction’s debut single ‘Drive My Car’ is a nervy, lo-fi, post punk number with super addictive rhythm, diy aethetics and heavily influenced by the 80s era; Even James Murphy couldn’t resist! On our radar for ther next steps!

Adored is an American, new-wave duo comprised of brothers Lennon and Christian Nichols, and ‘Tidal Wave’ is an absolutely, classy, new wave/synth-pop/art pop ear-candy, straight from the 80s era of “lost innocence”…. Genuine for patient listeners, this track is an 100% grower, with an adorable, gradual build-up…. 

Finishing with the Texas post punk trio Swiss Banks, and their first ever single ‘RIP’, taken from their soon to be released, debut album, and ideally self-described as “Robert Smith listening to Morrissey cover Interpol. So kind of modern post-punk, with crooner vocals“. Hope you are ready for this tsunami of emotion…

Christos Doukakis