Welcome to the second installment of our zine cast series! This time with artist and sex worker Cait Autonomy about BDSM, art, and what the kids are up to these days. As well as new record releases, what it's like to run your own label, and more.
Music by Annex, OMD and Silent Circle.
For more about Mass Media Records, visit their website
1 - Hollow Hearts (Dysonix Mix) -
2 - Lux Aeterna (Cold Reword by Aesthetische) - Llumen
3 - Purple Sky - Vault 113
4 - Waiting to be Told - Blaqk Audio
5 - Nothing - Lost Area
6 - Feel the Silence (Shapeless Mix) - Elegant Machinery
7 - This and the Other (Dystonix Mix) - Bella Lune
8 - Dead is Better (Tyler Milchmann Remix) - Double Eyelid
9 - cRave - nTTx
10 - Gegen den Strom - Nachtmahr
11 - Torn Realities (extended version) - Rotersand
12 - A Matter of Time - Informatik
This time on GothCast we’re taking on the fan-requested Cocteau Twins. While beginning with a sound more aligned with post-punk, they quickly established themselves as talented musicians who preferred to experiment with more ethereal sounds. This is definitely one of the more heated arguments between the hosts as they each argue for their favorite releases.
In this episode Brit-El goes off script and speaks from the heart. Among the topics discussed are film, sexuality, theology, and she even takes some calls.
On this episode of Gothropology, Brit-El and traditional British witch Griffin Ced work the angles of one of paganism's biggest festivals: Beltane. What role does fire really play in the biggest fire festival? What role does the family and community play in the "sexiest" festival? What of personal evolution at this time of year? Listen in for the full-bodied conversation on Beltane. And for those interested in seeing Griffin in action, don't forget to check the Green Man's calendar for upcoming events!
Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich & Dan Shaurette
Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe
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Black Out in the Bat House : Episode 30
Dj. Ely BaT
1: Vitesse - When Nothing's Changed
2: Soviet Soviet - Lokomotiv
3: Blood Bitch - acid tongue
4: Gangue Morcego - Olhos Incertos
5: Veil Of Light – Shoulders
6: Abecedarians - They Said Tomorrow
7: Balzac - The World Without End
8: Third Circle - Kola
9: Every New Dead Ghost - She's Waiting
10: The Hearse - Dead City
11: Death In Dresden - The Clip
12: The Spiritual Bat - Mosaic
13: Die Unbekannten - casualties
Robert is also a world traveler, musician, and photographer, he will be exhibiting his photos at the artshow pre-party for San La Muerte Fest 2016. He is also the drummer to Christ vs. Warhol.
Check out Robert’s work and like his page here.
For Event info go to: https://www.facebook.com/events/1683481388599512/
Website : http://www.sanlamuertefest.com/
For Tickets go to: http://www.sanlamuertefest.com/tickets
Teaser for San La Muerte Fest by Aztec Death
For our return to regular releases we thought what better way to start than with part three of Siouxsie and the Banshees. This episode we talk about the last three albums they released before disbanding. This era of the Banshees saw a heavier shift towards pop music with the albums Peepshow (1988), Superstition (1991), and The Rapture (1995). Don’t worry, there’s going to be more content about the goth icons, but just in different way. We hope you enjoy this episode and give these albums a chance.
Trying something new, we are going to port over to youtube as well! Keep an eye on my FaceBook for postings.
Etage Neun - Cry out in the Rain
Pasadena Night - Beauty of Night
Parralox - Somebody II (People Theatre's Impatience Mix)
Lost Controllers - Your World
Clicks - The World is Ending
DJ Dante's Prayer:
Freezepop - Phantoms
Blutengel - Krieger (Reworked)
Ayria - Feed Her to the Wolves
The Labrynth - Falling
Pet Shop Boys - Inner Sanctum
Ending the show with:
Peter Heppner - Give Us What We Need (Truth is Not the Key)
1 - Give us the Truth we Need - Peter Heppner
2 - Somebody II (People Theatre's Imaptience Mix) - Parralox
3 - Torn Realities (Solar Fake remix) Rotersand
4 - Love Me, Hold Me, Kill Me - Espermachine
5 - Black Roses (Reworked) - Blutengel
6 - Apostate - Venal Flesh
7 - The Saint - Lights of Euphoria
8 - Her Fire (Ivardensphere Remix) - Avarice in Audio
9 - Waiting For the Storm - Decoded Feedback
10 - Drop the Beat - Memmaker
11 - Code-thulhu - Hardcore Pond
12 - V11393 - KVB
Welcome to episode 29 of Cemetery Confessions! On this month’s episode we are talking about self identity and leaving the goth subculture, we have some movie news, and we are review the new album from Espermachine. For the philosophy corner, we speak with Emma about her doctorate research on the goth scene, it’s aesthetics, and what keeps members a part of the culture into old age.
Our guest this month is Xavier! You can find his projects here:
Kinderen van Moeder Aarde, YoutTube, The Marchesa Casati, Dark Entries (English), Peek-a-boo Magazine, Dark Entries (Dutch), Personal Blog (Dutch)
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Conversation about the Belgium Goth Scene 1:10
Quick News: 1:01:47
Album Review: 1:14:00
Philosophy Corner: 1:30:24
We are interviewing Emma tonight about socio-aesthetic experiences of culture, cultural history, viewing goth as a culture rather than subculture, and the sociology of design; specifically how that translates into communities of belonging especially among goths. Emma is now undertaking a PhD as a participant researcher. She recently conducted the largest ever survey about goth, among participants of the culture for that very project, which is titled Just a Phase? Goth subculture as an identity constant beyond youth.