Dark analog dance songs for the post-modern era.
Take Off to Indie Labels: Dais Records
Warped tape loops, aging VHS home-movie samples, and processed vocals tinged with harmonic specters from Body of Light on Dais Records.
A potent blend of nostalgia-laced romantic pop from Choir Boy on Dais Records.
A Shoegaze pedigree with smoky compulsions of post-punk and no-wave influences.
Brooding romanticism expressed through unforgettable hooks and expansive sounds from Dais Record's Death Bells.
Philly post-punk outfit Death of Lovers on Dais Records.
"An experiment in the identity of creativity…" Tune in for an exclusive visit to Night Flight from Drab Majesty's Deb Demure: a unique delight and another timeless entry to Night Flight cultural canon.
Haunting folk noise and cinematic textures from experimental producer Michael Anderson.
Drew McDowall's work mines the hallucinatory spaces that exist between reality and celestial otherness.
“Anti-hero, artist, and Pandrogenist.” Genesis P-Orridge was an icon of experimentation.
Chicago-baed electronic / dark industrial duo HIDE on Dais Records.
Los Angeles, CA-based Electro-punk act on Dais Records.
Suzy Poling's latest record uses sounds and samples collected from the Vintage Synthesizer Museum in Oakland, CA.
Dark-synth pop act Riki from Dais Records.
SRSQ (pronounced seer-skew), is a synesthesia of sound and feeling taking cues from the delicate miasma of Cocteau Twins, My Bloody Valentine, and Dead Can Dance.
Spice shares the authoritative drive of Jawbreaker, J Church, and Fugazi, but set in their own world of unrest.
Co-founder and frontman of industrial pioneers Cabaret Voltaire.
Art rock outfit of multi-instrumentalist Graeme Jefferies.
Tragic beauty from Dais-signed duo from the Bay Area.
Soft-focus sounds from painter and an ambient composer Tor Lundvall on Dais Records.
Audio/visual provocateurs who transpose the identifiers of death rock, synth punk, post-punk, ambient, and ethereal soundscapes. Aka, VR Sex.