Mickaël Dögma and Vague Sombre

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Hi, I am Mickaël Dögma, I am 26 and I live in France.
I made this website as an autodidact in order to enhance my skills about everything related to content management and SEO.

As a fan of web culture and music as well, I am also a sort of music journalist for the french website sensationrock.  I’ve always been into rock music since I am a child. I grew up with Pink Floyd, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin and went towards more violent music as I was getting old. Like many of the 00’s teenagers Kurt Cobain, Marilyn Manson and the whole gang were my icons.

You won’t be surprised if I tell you that I turned goth and started to listen to industrial/cybergoth music which progressively led me to assert myself as a « metalhead » (more enthusiast about stoner and black metal).

Today –and since a few years-  I am more close to post-punk music. I’ve discovered this specific universe and all the period it belongs to. A time that I feel nostalgic about even if I wasn’t even born. Quite weird right ?
I dedicate most of my time discovering and sharing all the music attached to this so called « obscure eighties culture » : post-punk, coldwave, gothic rock…

Also very curious about the « contemporary scene ». I try to go to the shows around me as often as I am able to. And speaking of gigs… I’ve decided to add a list of all the upcoming shows in France. This list is frequently updated according to the current events. Feel free to contact me if you’re part of a band that has planned to play in France soon ! It would be a pleasure to support you guys.

Vague Sombre is just a way to share and promote the latest releases from the post-punk scene with some informational content included.
If it’s too boring for you, you can find me on Tumblr where I post more tracks without saying anything. You can find the link at the bottom of every page.

Feel free to contact me for anything and have a nice day !

PS : My english syntax might be incorrect sometimes, I apologize for that.

Mickaël Dögma.

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