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When the stars align

Two out of the three packages have found their way home. Well, one is home and one is about to get picked up tomorrow. But it made it to the right town and I’ve gotten an invoice for the VAT and customs duty so yay (to the promptly arrival, not the headaches of administrative fees). 288 more words

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(record review)THE FRIGHT-"Canto V"(Steamhammer/SPV)

I really dont know how come I have never heard The Fright before. This is already their fifth studio album and first one to come out on… 174 more words

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(record review)THE WITCH WILL DIE TOMORROW-"Man Who Never Cares"

The Witch Will Die Tomorrow just released their second full length album.

The band comes from Chelyabinsk area in Russia and are playing an unusual combination of post punk, goth rock mixed with some horrorpunk influences. 151 more words

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soundstreamsunday #87: "Melt!" by Siouxsie and the Banshees

A commanding presence in British punk since the later 1970s, and creating out of that — along with Joy Division, The Cure, Bauhaus — an overpowering, dark music that came to be known as goth, Siouxsie and her Banshees moved their music towards romantic intoxication.  342 more words

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"Melt!" by Siouxsie and the Banshees

A commanding presence in British punk since the later 1970s, and creating out of that — along with Joy Division, The Cure, Bauhaus — an overpowering, dark music that came to be known as goth, Siouxsie and her Banshees moved their music towards romantic intoxication.  288 more words

69 Eyes - Finnish Goth

Finnland, a country where children get to listen to rock in school. A country with little to no hip hop influences. It was here, in the summer of ’89 (not ’69, sorry Bryan), when vocalist Jyrki Pekka Emil Linnankivi aka Jyrki 69, bassist Arto Väinö Ensio Ojajärvi aka Archzie, guitarist Timo Tapio Pitkänen aka Timo-Timo, guitarist Pasi Moilanen aka Bazie and drummer Lotto formed the 69 Eyes in Helsinki. 415 more words

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soundstreamsunday #85: "Oil on Panel" by Wovenhand

Like Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes — last week’s soundstreamsunday entry — David Eugene Edwards brings to American folk, rock, and country an utterly unique, instantly recognizable voice.  296 more words

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