As those bruised beats and brooding bassline kick in, I feel as if I am going home. Something in that dark and delicious post-punk sound, that gothic sonic stance, that alternative musical thought process, still speaks to me. It was one of the critical sounds of my formative years. I loved it then. I love it still…

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