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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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"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.  238 more words

Jason's Jukebox: The Cure

In 1979, The Cure released their debut Three Imaginary Boys. Although Bauhaus predates them as the first Goth Rock band, The Cure is probably one of the most well-known. 719 more words

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Zola Jesus reveals staggering "Siphon" video: Watch

Back in June, Zola Jesus released her fifth album, the acclaimed Okovi. The gothic pop artist born Nika Danilova has returned today with a music video for “Siphon”, one of the LP’s many standouts. 210 more words

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Album Thoughts | Grave Pleasures: Motherblood

So, the spookiest month of the year is upon us. The month where ghouls and goblins run amok, candy corn sales skyrocket and every unoriginal Hipster and their neighborhood hobo dresses up as the latest trending cinema icon; this year, Pennywise. 539 more words

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Consequence of Sound welcomes Chelsea Wolfe to Chicago's Metro

Consequence of Sound is excited to welcome California goth rocker Chelsea Wolfe to Chicago’s Metro on Tuesday, October 24th. The show comes just a month after the release of her new album, … 156 more words

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Modern Day Goth Bands

I know there are way more than what I am listing. But I’m only giving you a taste of the music to peak your interest. I’m starting off with one of my favorite’s and one of the first Goth bands I heard: London After Midnight. 221 more words