Our regularly updated 30 track New Post Punk Dark & Cold Wave Shoegaze Post Rock Playlist can be accessed here or from the embed below. Don’t forget to activate the follow button and do the same for this playlists’ Tracks of 2020 Series where you’ll find every one of the 750+ tracks featured in 2020. […]
Welcome to the latest contextual update of our ongoing and constantly updated New Independent Post Punk Dark/Cold/Synth Wave, Shoegaze & Post Rock Playlist on Spotify. We’ve just clocked over 100 followers which is a nice little milestone to reach. Thank you to each and every one of you. You can join them here. The first […]
NEW INDEPENDENT POST-PUNK / MOTORIK / KOSMISCHE / DARKWAVE / COLDWAVE / SHOEGAZE / POST-ROCK – AN INDIE30 PLAYLIST.
PLAYLIST UPDATE: It’s been an eternity since we last wrote a written update of our New Independent Post-Punk/ Motorik/ Kosmische/ Darkwave/Coldwave/Shoegaze/Post-Rock Spotify playlist. We’ve decided to streamline these write-ups to ensure we get the word out quicker about the great artists we showcase. The playlist at present in brimming full of the some of best […]
Photo Credit: Jamie Wdziekonski Last Friday saw Japanese psych-rock genre defiers Kikagaku Moyo release their excellent new album Masana Temples. Having decamped to the Portuguese capital of Lisbon to record the album, their fourth, with jazz musician Bruno Pernadas, the Tokyo and Amsterdam based quintet were aiming for a more expansive approach conceptually to psychedelic music […]
SEPTEMBER 21 UPDATE: A month has flown by since our last write up on our newly named Waving & Gazing: From Post-Punk to Post Rock playlist (too cheesy – Yep?). After being given short shrift so far shoegaze fans will be pleased with its front end. The playlist at this moment in time begins with […]
Last Friday Rotterdam duo The Policy released their excellent new single, ‘Das Lebenslied’. It’s just their second original offering and comes two years after the promising ‘Rebirth’. Simultaneously strange and alluring, its sauntering rhythm, slow analog fuelled arpeggio and familiar melody albeit played on sitar, give it a knowing dance floor character. The motorik driven lag and […]
One of the many pleasing and lasting markers that has characterised independent music culturally over the last two decades has been its tendency to embrace patience and the compositional long game. It has seen a multitude of artists and bands create a plethora of amazing experimental and instrumental releases. This has coincided with an healthy […]