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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