Goth: the true story of post-punk

You might hear a lot of Goth blogger hark on about the importance of supporting your scene, or the bigger scene in general. You know, by respecting newer branches like Pastel-Goth, bringing acknowledgement to the Sophie Lancaster Foundation, and mentioning the little businesses and bands that don’t get enough recognition, or any recognition outside of […]

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VANITY’s Occult You Album Review

As their website claims “It’s not [just] wave, it’s not [just] metal, it’s not [just] indie” and in my opinion it’s definitely not Post-Punk. But alas, VANITY’s moderately new album Occult You is something I can really recommend to those who love any period of vampire film (it just has that vibe); all periods of […]

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I’m in Love Again

I have a thing for lead singers of eighties bands (for instance Dave Vanian and, oh god, Robert Smith’s voice!). Pete Burns from Dead or Alive is my next favourite. I’m not quite sure if I want to be with them or ‘be’ them.

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