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The Neuro Farm is a darkwave gothic rock band based in Washington DC. Combining vocal harmony with soaring violin melodies, driving rhythm guitar, and ethereal sonic textures, their music has been described as hauntingly beautiful. The Neuro Farm draws on influences such as Joy Division, Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sigur Ros, Chelsea Wolfe, Portishead, and Rammstein. Full length discography includes Vampyre (2021), The Descent (2019), and Ghosts (2014).
The Neuro Farm puts on a delightfully dark, dreamy, and energetic performance. Their live shows have been covered by the Washington Post Going Out Guide, Brightest Young Things, DC Music Reviews, Hometown Sounds, and Metro Music. Their music has been featured on WMUC 88.1FM (Washington, DC), WOWD-LP 94.3FM (Takoma Park, MD), WERA 96.7FM (Washington DC), WRIR 97.3FM (Richmond, VA), Asalto Mata Radio Rock radio station (Spain), Radio ProRock (Poland), Subculture Shock, and Dark Nation Radio. The Neuro Farm has been twice nominated for “Best Rock Group” by the Washington DC Wammie Awards, and have been interviewed by Procession Magazine, WRIR 97.3FM, Gothic 2-Step, Another Wasted Hour, and reviewed by Procession Magazine, Sounds and Shadows, Alchemical Records, and Divide and Conquer Music.
The Neuro Farm members include Brian Wolff (guitar, vocal), Rebekah Feng (violin, vocal), DreamrD (drums), and Tim Phillips (synth).
“Dark, sinister, and angelic, The Neuro Farm have released an amazingly gothic and baroque rock album that is not to be missed. The album itself is a captivating, vampiric odyssey, and a great narrative adventure in its own right. Musically, this is about as classically goth as you can get, with darkly swirling guitars, rhythmic drums, and luscious synths that march forth as Rebekah Feng’s sonorous voice cascades above it all. The stand-out track is the penultimate Midnight Massacre, but the entire album is a master class in what makes gothic rock so great.
For fans of: The Shroud, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, Push/Button/Press.” - Procession Magazine review of Vampyre
“Music that leaves you dreaming. The Neuro Farm is a perfect encapsulation of the transcendental nature of goth music. By blending hard-hitting traditional goth and alternative rock with a dreamy, ethereal underlay, you are transported on an incorporeal narrative which mediates on political irreverency, vampiric delights, and the struggle against personal demons.” - Procession Magazine interview with The Neuro Farm
“A bewitching and hauntingly beautiful experience, Vampyre illustrates The Neuro Farms’ unique talent.” - Alchemical Records