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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge / Black Rain / Cold Cave
Rebellion Is Over

A star-studded collaboration here, with Throbbing Gristle’s Genesis Breyer P-Orridge intoning atop sonics from Black Rain and Cold Cave (presumably during the period when Dom Fernow / Prurient was moonlighting with them). Rebellion Is ...view item »

Cold Cave
Full Cold Moon

Vinyl on Deathwish inc..Having been through the hardcore scene being a vocalist for American Nightmare and Some Girls, Wesley Eisold reimagined and reapproached his musical output in creating Cold Cave. A distinctly 80s sounding electronic synthwave outfit. Full Cold Moon...view item »

Cold Cave
Life Magazine Remixes

Hey, this is my favourite tune of theirs! Let's see what people do to it. Arthur Baker starts off doing a totally blaring, jackhammer job on it that doesn't sound a million miles away from something you'd expect from a Mika Vainio mix. Eventually the tune proper emerges, as sweet as ever, only more beefed-up and muscular for maximum dancefloor s...view item »

Cold Cave
Oceans With No End

Cold Cave are back! I’ve always had a soft spot for this lot and their relentlessly chilly synthpop stylings. The press release says it’s for fans of American Nightmare and New Order. I can hear the New Order thing but sonically this has absolutely zilch to do with the angst-ridden gothcore of ...view item »

Cold Cave
Cherish The Light Years

Cold Cave return with a fuller more bombastic sound that sounds less New Order inspired than the previous album and more inspired by stuff like Suede and The Cure, which is particularly apparent in the vocal delivery. Brian reckons opener 'The Great Pan Is Dead' sounds like the Bravery crossed with Abe Vigoda too and there is a slight pompous el...view item »

Cold Cave
Love Comes Close

Cold Wave electro prodigies Cold Cave aka Wesley Eisold (& friends) has his debut LP proper 'Love Comes Close' fully released on Matador this week. I heard a 7" single on Hospital months back and just adored the dark, blurred lo-fi fog obscuring these darkly emotive electro pop gems. Once again the "Dutch" sound of 1982 is releva...view item »