Fri, 16 November 2018
We have a special episode for you this week, we are back with a full panel to discuss one of the most contentious topics related to goth. In a climate where it is becoming increasingly difficult to talk to those who don’t share our views, what role does goth play? Transgressive and activist counterculture, or impartial music tribe? Does denying the political roots and inclinations of goth culture lend itself to infiltration by racist and sexist ideologies?
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I’ve avoided dividing the episode into timestamped sections, as the the conversation is loosely structured, each portion of the episode continuously builds upon the previous on, and they are wide ranging in and of themselves. As always thank you for listening and supporting the show by telling your friends about us or jumping on patreon!
Fri, 2 November 2018
This week I want to look at what makes goth culturally unique among its alternative peers, discuss how the implicit flexibility of goth can lead it to fold into other subcultural groupings such as punk as we will see in the scene from Mexico City, and look at how goth has the ability to adapt to a local environment while remaining identifiable as part of goth culture. We will also be reviewing the new album from Living Temples, sharing our sinister suggestions and more!
Album Review: 1:09:26