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Softcult Announce Southeast Asia Headline Shows

The Canadian goth-pop duo, Softcult, have announced a new string of headline shows that will mark their live debut of Southeast Asia kicking off this May. The group released their newest EP See You In The Dark via Easy Life Records last month and are getting busy showcasing the new tunes on a global scale. This announcement follows the band bringing the songs to stages all across the United Kingdom and Europe starting this Saturday. Check out the new dates below. Read More: CHVRCHES Perform First New Single Since Their 2021 Release on Jimmy Fallon Twins, Mercedes(she/her) and Phoenix Arn-Horn(they/them)… Read more »



Tate sits down with twins Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn from Canadian mall goth band, Softcult in this episode of Punk Goes Pride. They discuss the bands incredible DIY skills in music production, song writing, graphic design and music video direction. They also talk about the importance of consent, women in the scene, 4th wave feminism and chat briefly about their mutual love for horror movies and Canadian food.


Movements Issue New Single, Announce Third Album ‘RUCKUS!’

Movements fans rejoice! The SoCal quartet has unveiled a new single/video titled “Fail You” and announced their third studio album RUCKUS! due on August 18 through Fearless Records. You can preorder the group’s forthcoming record here. Right from the opening guitar chords, “Fail You” grips you with its emotional intensity, guided by the heartfelt delivery of vocalist Patrick Miranda. It embarks on a profound journey of introspection and self-discovery, immersing you in its haunting melodies and fear-laden lyrics. Themes of disappointment and the fear of losing someone you deeply care about resonate across the track. The dynamic instrumentation steadily builds,… Read more »


Inspiring Women in Music

Happy Women’s History Month! In this episode of Punk Goes Pride, Tate talks about all of the the women in music who have inspired him. From Michelle Branch and Avril Lavigne in his childhood, to Lady Gaga, Sheryl Crow and Jenny Lewis in his teenage years, to Royal and The Serpent and more now. He also features music from women in bands that have been guests on the show like Pollyanna, Honey Revenge, Softcult, PRONOUN, Hoity Toity and Glimmers.    

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