Messages by Dreams is the perfect collaboration. Attasalina and Fryer are magic!
A brand spankin’ new single release in collaboration with iconic producer John Fryer (This Mortal Coil, Depeche Mode, NIN, Love & Rockets)
Inspired by psychedelic journeys and times gone by, this song is also a tribute to the roots of gothic/industrial and the incredible and oft unsung trailblazers who have had such profound influence and continue to inspire music and culture around the world…
“Messages by Dreams is soulful dreampop; a tangle of barbed wire and muslingauze that unwinds only by tearing into fibres.”
– Cold War Night Life
“Before The Tears Came not only feels like a 4AD title, it actually sounds like one as well. In fact, you can say Black Needle Noise made the fourth album that This Mortal Coil never made.” – Peek-A-Boo
Attasalina releases second, solo single
This song has been around the world in its making and welcomes back two original Seraphim Rising members in this tribute to bands mythological naming. Continue reading The Legend of Seraphim Rising
“Heart of the Beast” Mastered by Martin Bowes of Attrition is featured on this exciting collection …
A free to download 22 track selection of just some of the music from all over the world that Martin Bowes has produced, remixed or mastered at the Cage Studios during our 22nd year: 2014 – 2015.
Including alternate mixes and recordings remastered specially for this release, and a bonus PDF booklet included in the download …
A Two Gods production.
On Saturday Evening, DJ Mac on Woody Radio was kind enough to share these thoughts on my late godmother Ruth Dension… Consumed with the passing of my dearest dog Daisy on that very day, I did not have the opportunity to share this at the time, so, here is what he had to say before playing “Before I Go” in her honor. Thank you Mac. Take the Dream Continue reading Thank You
DJ Mac’s Post-Alternative Visions Vol. II
DJ Mac of WoodyRadio.com presents a second digital compilation album of post-alternative bands, gathered from around the world for the first time. These artists embody a new post-alternative movement in music, making the term “alternative” obsolete.