Apart from being a cracking piece of contemporary synthwave, “Bright Gold Cross,” the new single from Suburban Spell, reminds us of just how closely related the early New Romantic synth scene and the electronic end of the burgeoning goth or Darkwave movement were. For “Bright Gold Cross” echoes with the sonic ghosts of both.

As much as its infectious dance beat can…

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