...a love letter to modular synthesis and mid-tempo bass music. Featuring remixes from up-and-coming industrial bass producer Social Kid, and rhythmic noise veteran ESA: Electronic Substance Abuse, this single is a furious blend of industrial sound design and modern EDM.
“Shot in three locations, including San Antonio and also at the Houston Vampire Ball, we had an absolute blast filming this. The band wanted to capture the heart of the dark scene through the lens of vampire culture, and in general, showcase the Texas scene. I felt we were able to do that, while simultaneously making a sexy and fun-to-watch video that represents the band well.”
Dark Electro-Pop act, Shadow Fashion, hailing from San Antonio, TX has released the official video of the recent “Children of the Night” single. Enjoy!
A good match for fans of: Depeche Mode, The Cure and New Order
The theme of the song speaks of the loneliness and isolation we have all gone through at times. However, it is important to realize that we are never truly alone as we are surrounded by our friends, family, and loved ones.
As a scene we are fortunate to have clubs, DJ’s, promoters and musicians who understand the importance of community. At the “end of the day,” we are all “Children Of The Night.”
Keeping the epic pace from 2018 which brought The Wild Life which charted at #1 in the synthwave category on Bandcamp for over a week, Shadow And Mirrors’ album also climbed all the way to the #2 spot in the electronic category. The Wild Life is about the pure excess of the ’80s business culture and gets its themes from movies like Wall Street and American Psycho.
For fans of: NINE INCH NAILS, MARILYN MANSON & DEPECHE MODE
They’re at it again after spending all of 2019 working on their latest Full-Length Release, Levels.
The “Motion” video presents the dark imagery of life lived by the person disturbed by modern social trends and demanding speed of life. Filmed by Joel Lopez of Lumbra Productions, it encourages a conversation about mental health and the human mind’s vulnerability. The remixer, SKOLD (MARILYN MANSON, KMFDM) put his own twist on the song giving new life to an original version.
“I Ya Toyah is one of the very few super exciting things I’ve heard in a long time. Ania is just crazy talented and I hope I get to work with her again at some point”