TRUE BODY and DIGITAL HELL combine frenetic drumming and lush synths for their own take on 80s goth pop, post punk and experimental dark wave trap

In our constant quest for experimentalism in underground music, we select the best varieties of various styles, moods and subgenres from around the world, and today we’re stoked to give you a very nice treat in the form of an interesting split release between Virginia based artists TRUE BODY and DIGITAL HELL. TRUE BODY’s half is their finest work yet, combining frenetic drumming and lu...

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