Looking to map out your next music purchase? Check out the Communion After Dark DJ's favorite albums of the month!
Having difficultly locating where to buy this music? Since most stores in the U.S. don’t stock music from the genres we play it can be a real pain, but you can go our route: mail order. We use the online store Isolation Tank. Many labels, such as Metropolis Records, also offer CDs, and most artists have posted their libraries on their own sites, such as Bandcamp, or at the major digital outlets, such as iTunes, Amazon, etc.
Tenek - Smoke and Mirrors
Three years in the making, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ showcases bigger and bolder sounds that have been building from the tenek studio. Each track having a common theme throughout, “Things are not what they seem…” – tenek. This album was designed to offer a variety for both listening audiences (live or on-air), as well as for global sync licensing opportunities.
The Invincible Spirit - Anyway
This new album by long-running German wave project The Invincible Spirit (of “Push” fame, a song you know whether you know you know it or not) is their first full length LP since 1992.
Rainmode - On
A solid debut from Sweden’s Rainmode, On is synthpop aimed at the modern masses. Gutsy chart-friendly synthpop deployed on the likes of “The Foghorn” make On well worth repeat listens. And who else can hear early Duran Duran in the deliciously smooth “Ballroom Barricades“?