This month we are exploring the relationship between The Gothic and goth; from runway fashion, to mysticism, literature, philosophy and more, we’ll be discussing how we determine where goth ends and Gothic begins, and what practical effect we see on street fashion and gothic bodies at club events. We are also going to review the newest album from the band Annex, give our sinister suggestions, and chat about social media.
Goth Amino 11:00
Album Review: 58:45
Annex - Melu
The Requiem with Tyler Viscerine ep. 3 setlist
1. Lab Report - Follow You Home
2. Jarboe - Spiral Staircase
3. Dead Can Dance - Xavier
4. Lestat - Passing
5. Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Talk About The Weather
6. This Ascension - Poor Mortal Lost
7. The Cure - The Same Deep Water As You
8. Seraphim Shock - After Dark
9. W.A.S.T.E. - Futility
10. Iris - The Marianas Depths
11. Edge of Dawn - Beyond The Gate
12. Mesh - It Scares Me
13. My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - Temptation Serenade (Smell The Heel remix) by Vermyn
14. Hocico - I Want To Go To Hell
15. Ludovico Technique - Dead Inside
16. Psyclon Nine - Behind A Serrated Grin
17. To Mega Therion - Miskatonic
www.facebook.com/tmtlegion - To Mega Therion page
www.facebook.com/seektotalentropy - W.A.S.T.E. page
There is a place where the bodies of the dead lie exposed for decades, frozen in their moment of death. Hundreds of people pass them every year, and even use them as landmarks. That place is the Rainbow Valley, which lies in the Death Zone on the slopes of Mount Everest.
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Horror Addicts Episode# 151
SEASON 13 “We’re CURSED!!!”
Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich
Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe
tara vanflower, valentine wolfe, tales from the crypt 3, scotch deviled eggs
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193 days till halloween
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Dan Shaurette, KBatz (Kristin Battestella), Mimielle, D.J. Pitsiladis, Jesse Orr, Cyrstal Connor, Lisa Vasquez, Kenzie Kordic, Naching T. Kassa, Daphne Strasert, Russell Holbrock.
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b l o g / c o n t a c t / s h o w . n o t e s
SD-KRTR - the girl from the station (feat. charmae)
namnambulu - zeit (2017)
elektrostaub - prediction (feat. henrik iverson)
analogue-x - my kingdom (new life generation remix)
binary park - your own great nation
mechatronic - beautiful shadows
seadrake - something durable (single edit)
dj dante's prayer:
Glitbiter - Strangers
Kalax - The Ride(into the midnight)
Gost - Sigil
ROBORG - Intruder(feat. TimeStalker)
Straplocked - All Day Heat(feat. Dana Jean Phoenix)
Beborn Beton - Peach (cinemascope views mix)
Yes, that Liisa, the favorite Liisa here on Cemetery Confessions. We got a chance to sit down and hash out our differences over her 40 years of goth video series as well as talk about aging in goth culture, mainstream fashion appropriation, and whether or not emo or nu goth are actually part of the culture.
Imagine someone close to you, someone you trusted, convinced you that they were being followed. Imagine you became so wrapped up in their paranoia that you followed them into dangerous situations without question, until finally someone got hurt, and it was revealed to you that it was all a delusion caused by mental illness.
This sounds like a nightmare, one that is lived by people affected by Folie a deux.
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This week Necromancy Radio exclusively interviews one of the most iconic female gothic rock icons of today, Monica Richards. Monica is most known as the female vocalist for Faith and The Muse and prior to that Madhouse and Strange Boutique, as well as her solo career. In recent years, she has been working on new music and recording as one of the front women for UK based collective, The Eden House. The Eden House is a collaborative musical project, initiated by Stephen Carey (formerly of This Burning Effigy and Adoration) and involving a collection of guest musicians and vocalists; later joined by Tony Pettitt (formerly of Fields of the Nephilim and Rubicon).
It’s more important now than ever to support music, the artists that make it and to keep a generation of people loved and appreciated so we can continue their legacies. During the interview Monica also talks about the need to create and the diminishing value of music and art today. The love of creating things by hand, the appreciation of lyrics and being able to cut through the noise is of concern to most artists – Monica makes no secret of now learning to live in a world that is very different to the one she grew up in. I think this interview with Monica made so much sense and I hope we can all continue to love and remember not only what the scene was, but continue to create new passions and new music for generations to come as part of the gothic subculture.
For photos, information on upcoming shows, and further show notes for this episode, please check out their website.
Welcome back to Cemetery Confessions! This month we will be talking about the state of the scene and whether or not it’s declined over the last 10 years, we’ll be chatting about modern goth music, reviewing the new album from Cruz De Navajas, responding to some listener feedback, sinister suggestions and more!
The State of the Music Business 9:45
The Death of Goth:
Are Goths Being Alienated from their Own Events? 21:36
Album Review: 1:50:15
Cruz de Navajas - Dominacion
Sinister Suggestions: 2:03:56
The Noise Beneath the Snow
With the reputation being a vampire and one of history's most notorious serial killers, Elizabeth Bathory's legend has captured our attention, but is there any truth to the rumors that she bathed in the blood of her victims?
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In this exclusive podcast I interview James Tramel from October Burns Black. James was and is now again, the bass guitarist from the US band The Wake. James has now formed a new collective that encompasses an impressive list of members who have been performing gothic rock over the last 30 years. Members who have and are currently part of The Eden House, Fields of Nephilim, This Burning Effigy, Sweet Ermengarde and others. October Burns Black will be touring for the first time in the UK during April 2018.
This month's episode is all about the label 4AD.
This month we are going to be diving into the sub-subculture of the Christian Goth community. Goth itself is a-theistic in that it makes no positive religious claims, one can ascribe themselves to any religious system or eschew them altogether without an impact on their goth identity; so it’s not abnormal to find goths who are catholic, protestant or any other flavor of Christian belief. That said, there exists a community of people who explicitly call themselves Christian Goths, a label which denotes often (in my experience) conservative evangelical ideals merged with a goth aesthetic. But how do Christian Goths fit into goth, and where do their values, norms, and social behaviors diverge from those of the broader goth culture? My guests and I will be discussing this, our personal experiences as Christian Goths and more on this episode!
Christian Goth Resources:
Grave Robbers Ministry
The First Church of the Living Dead
Asylum Ministries (current iteration)
Goths for Jesus
Cruxcorvis Weekly Asylum
The Catacombs w/ DJ Gomez
1. Night Sins- Playing Dead
2. Zotz- Amargura
3. Pins & Needles- Bright Lights in Cascades
4. Ash Code- Waves With No Shores
5. Cold Cave- Glory
6. Ritual Howls- This is Transcendence
7. Veil of Light- Soul in Ethanol
8. Whispering Sons- Midlife
9. Tropic of Cancer- Be Brave
10. Sally Dige- Holding On
11. Silent EM- Singular Malice
12. Belgrado- Jeszcze Raz
DJ Gomez gives his thoughts on the newest release from Project Pitchfork!
This week I'm going to do something a little different - I'm going to walk through, chapter by chapter, the Castle of Otranto. This week's episode will be a walk-through of chapter one, and the subsequent discussion of Gothic themes throughout the novel's first chapter. I will continue to review the rest of the novel, one chapter at a time, so be sure to stay tuned!
Intro: Letzte Instanz - Mein Land
SK-KRTR - Dreams (Ft. Lis Dan Den Akker)
William Control - Bad Religion
Zynic - Say Just Words
Syrian - Dreaming
Future Lied To Us - Falling
DJ Dante's Prayer:
Carpenter Brut - Cheeleader Effect(feat Kristof)
Project Pitchfork - Ascension(feat Sue)
Nordika - One (feat Felix Marc)
Anna Lux - Zuhause
Helalyn Flowers - Kamikaze Angel
Outro: Evil's Toy - Style
This week's episode will be about the effect of the Soviet Rule on the survival of goth music in Russia. I'll explore the reasons for the Communist Government's Western hatred of goth, metal, rock, and indie, as well as describe how this affected popularity of the darker music genres and include some of the more famous goth and post punk bands formed through the banning of goth music.
This week we are talking about materialism and capitalist ideals in goth culture, reviewing the new album from Dead Astropilots, Second Life follow up, listener feedback around differentlyabled goths, some discussion about becoming pagan and more!
-The Commercialization of Goth
Album Review: 25:46
New Control - Dead Astropilots
Listener Feedback 41:35
Sinister Suggestion: 50:29
-Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard
Like the Phoenix rising from the Ashes, Dj Raksha Moose is (re)born anew. Shedding prior monikers such as DjDirtyMessiah and DjAsheRx to name a few, DjRM is ready to spread some Moosey goodness and the Gospel of the Sparkly Unicorn! Come one, Come all and enter The Moose Lodge as we explore the æther.
P.S. ~ He still does not live alone in Sweden with all of his cats!!!!!
1] We Found Love (Original by Rihanna under CC) ~ Mr. Kitty
2] Systemagic ~ Goldfrapp
3] Plymouth ~ Crooked Colours
4] Monochrome ~ Andrew Bouras
5] Burn Your Village To The Ground (Neon Natives Remix) ~ A Tribe Called Red
6] Shutdown ~ Joywave
7] Trapeze Artist Regrets ~ Night Drive
8] Lies // Light ~ Hante.
9] Small Precious Lights ~ The Rain Within
10] The Power And The Glory ~ IAMX
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.