This week we are going to be discussing goth music, but more interestingly those sites of liminality and ambiguity where what we’ve come to know as goth music collides and makes love to pop and indie music. What effect has that had on culture and clubs both historically and today, and what does this mean for the future of the genre?
In recent years we've seen an explosion of hard to classify acts that skirt the edge of goth culture and sound, bands such as chelsea wolfe, king dude, zola jesus, them are us too, cult of youth, Savages, Austra and so on. Do these bands mirror the sort of early 80’s melting pot of goth, synthpop, glam rock, new wave, deathrock etc, Are we just seeing Indie bands taking on a darker yolk, or are we seeing some new form of “art goth”, or perhaps an eschewing of genre classifications in general?
Our guest this month was Joshua, please check out his music project Gevatter Tod!
Welcome to another gothic podcast, this one featuring our very own Ink Corset! She very kindly offered to help me out - I hope the audio flows well.
This weeks episode is about the importance of Victorian and Romantic Era poetry and ideals on the gothic subculture.
The Requiem feat. Tyler Viscerine setlists
Rythmic Noise set:
10.Winterkalt - Yes2Wind
11.To Mega Therion - The Sermon of Setekh
12.WASTE - The Edge of Sanity
While Hallie moves and gets settled, please enjoy this fantastic psychological story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
Trigger Warning: This story depicts the point of view of a person suffering from mental illness (post-natal depression and anxiety). The 'treatment' standard for the time and the lack of support by family and friends worsens this condition over the period covered in the story.
If you need a jumpstart on Gothic films, along with a bit of info on what goes into them, this one's for you!
Many of you have noticed the lack of content from me over the past few months due to family illness. While I don't have the time at the movement to create new episodes, I can reach way back into the archives to some of my original shows, some of the best episodes of The Requiem, and share them with you.
This episode comes out of my time on the Faction 6 podcast, and the episode is a audio representation of a descent into madness, the journey from joyful bliss to full mental breakdown, something that's been a theme in my life the past year. I hope you enjoy. Here is the text from the original post:
Midnight Mass is a monthly Goth/industrial podcast mixed byDJ Count. You will hear an infusion of atmosphere, ambiance, and a theme into each mix. Therefore, it is not just music, but an experience. The idea behind Midnight Mass is this; a gathering of all the black sheep, the rejected, the neglected. Conjoining together, “in black communion. Beneath the glow of the moon, and upon the graves of the dead.” This show is best enjoyed after sunset.
Episode 4 (The Descent)
For this episode of Midnight Mass, we embark on a journey into the most secretive and depraved underworlds of society. I will lead you from the glorious heights of the human race (EBM/Future pop) into a gradual downward spiral through pain and desolation (Helektro/Terror EBM) until our final destination, the abyss. (Noize/total chaos)
1 – Beloved – VNV Nation
2 – Someday I’ll Find You – Decence
3 – Faces (WHS Remix) – NamNamBulu
4 – Wonder – Culture Kulture
5 – Unter der Linden (Club Version) – Heimataerde
6 – Never Ending Lie – Supreme Court featuring Feindflug
7 – Cmon Devil – X-Fusion
8 – Dead Culture (Endzeit Mix By KrachMaschine) – Acylum
9 – No More Room In Hell – [x]-Rx
10 – Catatonic Dreams (C/A/T Rmx) – Sam
11 – 100% Eletronik – FabrikC
12 – The Rogue Pair (V.1) – C/A/T
13 – Sponge Octopus – Merzbow
Today's episode is about the importance of the post-punk movement to the gothic subculture. I'm including the start, the sound, and the death of the movement, but I encourage you to read Rip it Up and Start Again: The Messy History of Post PUnk if you want a more in-depth read on the major influences.
A dark podcast featuring the music that inspires the life of Mikhail Büer, including gothic Industrial, EBM and Synth-pop, etc. mikhailbuer.com
Now is your time to help Leather Strip, Kurt is in need of a kidney transplant and medical bills are stacking up for him and Claus. Tom Shear of Assemblage 23 has started a GoFundMe. If you wish to donate here is the link: https://www.gofundme.com/help-claus-kurt-w-medical-bills
Silent Runners - The Directory
DNTR - You Don't See Me
FCH - Radiation
Scheuber - Bliss (Remixed by Eisfabrik)
Lizette Lizette - All You Stole
Zynic - Powered by Death (X Marks the Pedwalk Remix)
DJ Dante's Prayer:
Bitchcraft - Under Water
GosT - Garruth
The Rain Within - Like the Devil
Nyxx - Voodoo (Feat. Aesthetic Perfection)
Cesium 137 - Tempest
Front Line Assembly - Plasticity
Hello and welcome to today's podcast, where I discuss the importance of DIY within the gothic subculture. For you baby bats who want to understand why goths love to DIY so much, this episode's for you! You can find it on youtube, on gothic Amino, or likely on the Belfry Network, along with many other great gothic podcasts.
During World War II, both the Axis and Allies used spies to gather information and also deceive the enemy. This is the story of one the most unique spies, one whose career began just after he died.
Free Audiobook Download: www.audibletrial.com/MCP
This week we will be discussing why baby bats feel they don’t have what it takes to be goth and how that drives them to try and change it. We will be reviewing the new album from azar swan, discussing the goth scene in Second life, reading listener feedback and more.
Album Review: 35:50
Second Life: State of the Union 52:48
Listener Feedback 1:00:44