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Now displaying: November, 2022
Nov 28, 2022

Party like your government has mandated it! This month, we share some fantastic music, much of which has originated around Eastern Europe or shares that aesthetic. We’ve got Aggressiva 69, Stromkern, Social Union, Pop Will Eat Itself, and more.

Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to arcanemachinepodcast@gmail.com!

The Arcane Machine is a monthly show with supplemental content on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord throughout each month. If you like what you hear, please visit the artists’ pages linked below and buy some music!

*Original art created by Midjourney AI*


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The Belfry: A Home for Dark Culture: The Belfry is the home of excellent podcast Cemetery Confessions, plus interviews, art, and other podcasts rooted deeply in dark/ alternative lifestyles.

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The Tracklist:

 

1 – “Menofearthreaper” by Pop Will Eat Itself from the album Dos Dedos Mi Amigos (1994)
(Discogs)

2 – “Prognosis” by FIX8:SED8 from the album The Inevitable Relapse (2021)
(Bandcamp)

3 – “Our Hands Don’t Fit” by Social Union from the album Fall Into Me (2022)
(Bandcamp)

4 – “Dlaczego Nie Ty” by Aggressiva 69 from the single Dlaczego Nie Ty (2021)
(Bandcamp)

5 – “Stand Up” by Stromkern from the album Light it Up (2005)
(Bandcamp)

6 – “In This Place ft Stefan Netschio (Beborn Beton)” by Kill Shelter from the album Asylum (2022)
(Website)

7 – “GOTH” by Sidewalks and Skeletons from the album WHITE LIGHT (2015)
(Bandcamp)

8 – “Self Sabotage” by Deathsomnia from the album You Will Never Find Peace (2021)
(Bandcamp)

Nov 27, 2022

It's Halloween! Let's celebrate with a creepy ghost story. The MCP presents, 'The Corpse Light,' by D. Donovan, originally published in 1899.

Nov 26, 2022

October is Halloween month, where Arcane Machine gets even spookier! This year, Ed and Justin share music revolving around common, blood-sucking theme: The Vampire. Enjoy some songs from Voltaire, Type O Negative, gODHEAD, and more!

Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to arcanemachinepodcast@gmail.com!

The Arcane Machine is a monthly show with supplemental content on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord throughout each month. If you like what you hear, please visit the artists’ pages linked below and buy some music!

*Original art created by Midjourney AI*


Social Media:

The Belfry: A Home for Dark Culture: The Belfry is the home of excellent podcast Cemetery Confessions, plus interviews, art, and other podcasts rooted deeply in dark/ alternative lifestyles.

Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheArcaneMachine/

Follow The Arcane Machine on Twitter: @arcane_machine

Follow The Arcane Machine on Instagram: @the_arcane_machine

Use the Discord Widget on the side of the page to join our server and chat with us

Listen here or find us on iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app!

The Tracklist:

 

1 – “Night of the Vampire” by Roky Erickson from the album The Evil One (1981)
(Website)

2 – “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” cover by gODHEAD from the album Non Stop Ride (2004)
(Website)

3 – “Wurdalak” by Rob Zombie from the album The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser (2016)
(Website)

4 – “Vampire’s Coffin” by The Kentucky Vampires from the album Crimson Curse (2020)
(Bandcamp)

5 – “Vampires” by Figure from the album Monsters of Drumstep Vol.1 (2012)
(Website)

6 – “Suspended in Dusk” by Type O Negative from the album Bloody Kisses (Top Shelf Edition) (1993)
(Website)

7 – “Nice Day for a Resurrection” by Nekromantix from the album Return of the Loving Dead (2002)
(Website)

8 – “Vampire Club” by Aurelio Voltaire from the album Boo Hoo (2002)
(Website)

Nov 2, 2022

How can goth be consistently distinctive when it’s so musically diverse? If goth is all about the music, how does that transform a group of people into a community based subculture? How do social spaces give rise to meaningful cultural substance? Can industrial, gothic metal and more be considered goth music? We’ll look at these questions and more in our extensive discussion of the book ‘Goth Music: From Sound to Subculture’. We feature brand new music on All Goth Considered from Obscura Undead!

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Introduction 00:00

Goth is Organized Around Music 5:43

What the Hell is Goth Music 10:05

Quantifying Goth Music 51:22

Glocal 1:09:00

Actor Network Theory 1:24:10

SMASL 1:137:17

Hauntology 1:45:56

Sticky Nodes 1:54:00

Chronotopes 2:18:46

Lacan and Transcending Death 2:55:21

Semiotic Significance 3:20:40

Agential Realism and Social Chronotopes 3:25:32

Praxis 3:31:13

Ironic Imagination 3:37:08

Closing Thoughts 3:53:21

All Goth Considered 4:45:37

References:
-On Interobjectivity
-Sol Invictus
-Ted Schatzki
-Lacan
-Lacan
-Profilicity
-Literary Chronotope
-What is Goth Music
-Goth, Genre, Subgenre or Style
-Hauntology
-Hyperdiegesis 
-Lacan's Real
-Intra-action
-Interview with Barad
-The Living the Dead and the Immanent 
-Intermediaries, mediators and proximities 
-Socio-Material Approaches to ANT
-Peeren on Cultural Analysis 
-The Practice Turn in Contemporary Theory
-The Music of the Goth Subculture: Postmodernism and Aesthetics
-Social Phenomena via a Theory of Embodied Practice
-Performativity

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