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Vinyl LP pressing. Blacklist is an atmospheric modern rock band whose music has been described as "anthemic" (The Guardian), "darkly erotic, strangely sensual" (The Village Voice) and "a much-needed anomaly in NYC's music scene" (Other Music NYC). Starting out as the flagship band of artist Pieter Schoolwerth's Wierd Records imprint, their trademark sound is dense and dark, incorporating elements of shoegaze and heavy metal with coldwave. The members often cite influences like My Bloody Valentine and Motörhead alongside bands like Comsat Angels, Killing Joke, and The Sound, while singer Joshua Strachan's (Vaura) lyrics split the difference between the anthemic manifestos of Manic Street Preachers and Sisters of Mercy's "Vision Thing."
Vinyl LP pressing. Blacklist is an atmospheric modern rock band whose music has been described as "anthemic" (The Guardian), "darkly erotic, strangely sensual" (The Village Voice) and "a much-needed anomaly in NYC's music scene" (Other Music NYC). Starting out as the flagship band of artist Pieter Schoolwerth's Wierd Records imprint, their trademark sound is dense and dark, incorporating elements of shoegaze and heavy metal with coldwave. The members often cite influences like My Bloody Valentine and Motörhead alongside bands like Comsat Angels, Killing Joke, and The Sound, while singer Joshua Strachan's (Vaura) lyrics split the difference between the anthemic manifestos of Manic Street Preachers and Sisters of Mercy's "Vision Thing."
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Vinyl LP pressing. Blacklist is an atmospheric modern rock band whose music has been described as "anthemic" (The Guardian), "darkly erotic, strangely sensual" (The Village Voice) and "a much-needed anomaly in NYC's music scene" (Other Music NYC). Starting out as the flagship band of artist Pieter Schoolwerth's Wierd Records imprint, their trademark sound is dense and dark, incorporating elements of shoegaze and heavy metal with coldwave. The members often cite influences like My Bloody Valentine and Motörhead alongside bands like Comsat Angels, Killing Joke, and The Sound, while singer Joshua Strachan's (Vaura) lyrics split the difference between the anthemic manifestos of Manic Street Preachers and Sisters of Mercy's "Vision Thing."
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