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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 brings together limited edition singles previously released through Deathwish and Heartworm press.

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Full Cold Moon by Cold Cave
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 12 June 2015

In one of the most preposterous “outrage!!” complaints since records began we got told off by a customer for describing Joy Division as doomed. Therefore this week’s update will be written in such a bland style that absolutely no-one will be offended. We’re sorry to everyone who will be offended by that.

The reason I mention Joy Division is that Cold Cave are similarly doomy but hopefully not doomed. They make an electronic take on the early ‘80’s gothy Southern Death Cult, early New Order type sound. Did men have lower voices in the early ‘80’s? They seemed to. The singer here has a grunt somewhere between Phil Oakey and Andrew Eldritch whilst the music veers between the Soft Moon fuzziness and bleepy electronica. Funnily for something so dark some of the electronic tracks are nicely bouncy  -’Tristan Corbrier’ is almost Plaid like.

It seems that this is a compilation of four EP releases on one easy to negotiate LP. ‘Oceans with No End’ turns its attention to indie pop with a fuzzy guitar and drum machine combo a vocals that are brighter and breezier than that which has come before. I like this record. As Brian said in an earlier review they do nothing new but they do it well. A one man goth/dream pop machine. Get out the dry ice.       


7/10 Clinton Staff review, 12 June 2015

In one of the most preposterous “outrage!!” complaints since records began we got told off by a customer for describing Joy Division as doomed. Therefore this week’s update will be written in such a bland style that absolutely no-one will be offended. We’re sorry to everyone who will be offended by that.

The reason I mention Joy Division is that Cold Cave are similarly doomy but hopefully not doomed. They make an electronic take on the early ‘80’s gothy Southern Death Cult, early New Order type sound. Did men have lower voices in the early ‘80’s? They seemed to. The singer here has a grunt somewhere between Phil Oakey and Andrew Eldritch whilst the music veers between the Soft Moon fuzziness and bleepy electronica. Funnily for something so dark some of the electronic tracks are nicely bouncy  -’Tristan Corbrier’ is almost Plaid like.

It seems that this is a compilation of four EP releases on one easy to negotiate LP. ‘Oceans with No End’ turns its attention to indie pop with a fuzzy guitar and drum machine combo a vocals that are brighter and breezier than that which has come before. I like this record. As Brian said in an earlier review they do nothing new but they do it well. A one man goth/dream pop machine. Get the dry ice out.      


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