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ARTIST SPOTLIGHTS: HUMID, Overhand

The Basement Collective hosted a stacked bill at Cactus Club featuring Milwaukee bands HUMID, Overhand and Shamewave alongside Chicago-Rockford dark post-punk band Bleached Cross; the show was the first stop on a weekend tour Shamewave and Bleached Cross embarked together. HUMID are a shoegaze band consisting of vocalist-guitarist Matt Tomashek, guitarist Ben Schuelke, bassist Sam Gargulak, and drummer Cody Ratley.

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHTS: Spook-E, Plvgues

It was a dark danceable night at Bremen Cafe on Thursday with sets from producers Plvgues and Spook-E as well as Detroit “deathgaze” duo Vazum. Shoegaze project HUMID was supposed to play but unfortunately was unable due to an equipment issue. Spook-E has been making dark, witchy dubstep music since 2018-19, as he explains. “Honestly, Plvgues was one of the

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VIDEO: HUMID – “Enamor” (Premiere)

We are delighted to premiere shoegaze band HUMID’s new video for “Enamor” from recent album “One Dimensional Hell.” Shot by Daniel MacKay, the visuals find Matt Tomashek playing his guitar isolated while on the floor, as well as footage from the band’s recent show at Quarters Rock N’ Roll Palace. There are some dizzying shots under the trees as well,

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AUDIO: HUMID – “One Dimensional Hell”

Shoegaze project HUMID released a new record. Basking in bright distortion and beclouded atmosphere, Matt Tomashek lyrically goes after imminent disarray, touching on themes such as love and shame. You lose yourself in ethereal ripples as you venture, guided by the reverbed croons of Tomashek that flutter above the waves. HUMID chronicles the missions through chaos with “One Dimensional Hell.”

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AUDIO: HUMID – “Spun Around”

Shoegaze project HUMID are out with their debut EP. Consisting of five songs, the duo bring dense and oceanic compositions that ripple with shadow. “Secret” is about getting buried alone, “Diluted” touches on absorbing one another’s energy, and “Dragged” is about never getting anywhere. These are all things that reflect depersonalization, despair, and loneliness. It’s a promising start for the

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