By Michael Roffman

The 100 Greatest Movie Soundtracks of All Time

Artwork by Cap Blackard The two best-selling soundtracks of all time celebrate milestones this November, with Saturday Night Fever turning 40 and The Bodyguard turning 25. With that in mind, we decided to take a look at what exactly makes a film soundtrack great, something that seemed much easier on paper than in execution. We found […]

By post-punk.com

Vancouver Post-Punk band Actors burn bright in ‘L’appel Du Vide’

Vancouver’s ACTORS, a Post-Punk quartet that has a cinematic new-wave feel have just debuted an unbelievably good track L’appel Du Vide, with Jason Corbett’s vocals channeling something akin John Foxx composing a classic 4AD era song that belongs on a Michael Mann soundtrack—or in the tapedeck of a convertible driving along the beach in San Junipero.  Photo by […]

By Collin Brennan

Album Review: DREAMCAR – DREAMCAR

One would be hard-pressed to count all the hats Davy Havok has worn in the 20-plus years since his career took off as the frontman of that shape-shifting creature called AFI. From hardcore punk to devil-locked goth to bespoke rock‘n’roll star, Havok has shown a remarkable ability to inhabit every archetype he can dream up, […]

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Human Leather take a trip to San Junipero with the premiere of ‘Astral Pain’

Share Tweet Share Share Email There is a heavenly nostalgia in the neon-pop of Salt Lake City’s Human Leather—nostalgia that binds together an electric pink and blue Trapper Keeper’s worth influences that is refreshingly not a pastiche of bands ranging from OMD to Cyndi Lauper—but rather capturing the spirit of an era over 30 years past. The […]