Cemetery Confessions: A Goth Talk Podcast (general)

This month we are talking about ways goths queer age temporalities, explore the construction of deviant spaces, breakdown the ritual and subversive nature of goth dance, discuss the consistency of goth identity across borders and A LOT more!

Our guest this month is grad student Leah, you can find her radio show Delightfully Depressing here, and her music project Skydivers here!

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Direct download: Deviance_and_Ethnography_in_Aging_Go.mp3
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We sit down with Tara for a wide ranging interview this week! We start by discussing her resistance to the goth label, she tells some stories from her touring experience about elitism and Marilyn Manson, we get into comparing the current music scene with the 90's, she let's us into some personal stories with family life and living with illness, and we talk about her new book and music projects!

You can find Lycia on Bandcamp and you can find Tara's published works on Amazon.

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Direct download: Tara_Vanflower.mp3
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This month we reflect on how goth in 2018 stacks up against the last 40 years. We’ll be discussing why "mainstream" culture is a myth, whether or not goth should be considered a culture or a subculture, and if WGT demonstrates goth is borderless and without rules. We also have an album review for the band Traitrs, our sinister suggestions and more!

If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon.
You can subscribe to the show via our podcast app or iTunes.
You can E-mail us at cemeteryconfessions@gmail.com.

Our guest this month is Stine, who you can find on YouTube and instagram!

 

Introduction

News: 10:10
Goth in 2018

Album Review: 1:20:54
Traitrs - Butcher's Coin

Sinister Suggestions: 1:35:25
Witches Moon Box
My Hero Academia

References:
Norwegian Personal Space
Norwegian Bus

Direct download: goth_in_2018.mp3
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This month we sit down with author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before you Die Loren Rhoads. Cultural death anxiety, obscure graveyards, ancient burial rituals, spiritual practices and the paranormal are our topics for this month. You can find more articles and speaking dates for Loren at her website https://cemeterytravel.com/

Direct download: Loren_Rhoads.mp3
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This month we discuss the inside come out, how do sartorial idioms represent the music and metaphysical substrate of goth, both as personal expression and discursive space. We also touch on how depression and being a baby bat influence how we interpret and display the markers of goth. We review the new album from Sackcloth and Ashes, add our sinister suggestions, and more!

If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon.
You can subscribe to the show via our podcast app or iTunes.
You can E-mail us at cemeteryconfessions@gmail.com.

Our guest this month is Zakkarii of Living the Strange Life

 

News: 2:55

The Value of Being Different
Goth GF and the Manic Pixie Dream Girl
Awakening my Internal Goth

Album Review: 1:15:35

Sashcloth and Axes - M.A.R.K. -13

Sinister Suggestions: 1:32:00

Prepare to Try
Dragon Age Inquisition
K

Direct download: The_Clothing_of_a_Culture.mp3
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On this episode we’re going to explore the cultural crossover between nerds and goths as well as wax poetic about some of our favorite video games, exploring how they’ve impacted our lives and how they’ve connected with our identity as a goth.

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You can subscribe to the show via our podcast app or iTunes.
You can E-mail us at cemeteryconfessions@gmail.com

This week our guests are Forrest and Kai Decadence!

Cultural values for Goths and a Nerds 4:10

Vampire: the Masquerade - Bloodlines 28:47

Bloodborne 51:45

Alice: The Madness Returns 1:19:00

Direct download: Gothic_Gaming.mp3
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Yes, that Liisa, the favorite Liisa here on Cemetery Confessions. We got a chance to sit down and hash out our differences over her 40 years of goth video series as well as talk about aging in goth culture, mainstream fashion appropriation, and whether or not emo or nu goth are actually part of the culture. 

You can find everything Liisa is up to on her website, follow her on facebook, or YouTube. 

Direct download: Liisa_Interview.mp3
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Welcome back to Cemetery Confessions! This month we will be talking about the state of the scene and whether or not it’s declined over the last 10 years, we’ll be chatting about modern goth  music, reviewing the new album from Cruz De Navajas, responding to some listener feedback, sinister suggestions and more!

If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon.
You can subscribe to the show via our podcast app or iTunes.
You can E-mail us at CemeteryConfessions@gmail.com

Our guest this month is Dez, who runs the incredible DIY record label Occult Whispers, which you can find on Big CartelBandcamp, and Facebook

The State of the Music Business 9:45

The Death of Goth:
Are Goths Being Alienated from their Own Events? 21:36

Goths in the 90's vs. Now 1:03:47
(Reference: Goth's Loss of MysteryJuvenoia)

Album Review: 1:50:15
Cruz de Navajas - Dominacion

Sinister Suggestions: 2:03:56
The Noise Beneath the Snow

Direct download: Death_of_goth.mp3
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This month we are going to be diving into the sub-subculture of the Christian Goth community. Goth itself is a-theistic in that it makes no positive religious claims, one can ascribe themselves to any religious system or eschew them altogether without an impact on their goth identity; so it’s not abnormal to find goths who are catholic, protestant or any other flavor of Christian belief. That said, there exists a community of people who explicitly call themselves Christian Goths, a label which denotes often (in my experience) conservative evangelical ideals merged with a goth aesthetic. But how do Christian Goths fit into goth, and where do their values, norms, and social behaviors diverge from those of the broader goth culture? My guests and I will be discussing this, our personal experiences as Christian Goths and more on this episode!

Our guests this month are Chris from the band Syspiria and Raksha who can be found on youtube

Christian Goth Resources:
GodScare.net
Grave Robbers Ministry
ChristianGoth.com
BloodGod.org
The First Church of the Living Dead
Asylum Ministries (current iteration) 
Goths for Jesus
Cruxcorvis Weekly Asylum
Tofer's Take
Ex Nihilo

 

YouTube:
Gothicon Documentary: https://youtu.be/DlidtOkc_T8
Goth Prom at The Asylum 2008: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLBhA0Fejy8
First Church of the Living Dead: https://youtu.be/W6TmQ0fuc90

 

Direct download: Christian_Goth_The_Expose.mp3
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This week we are talking about materialism and capitalist ideals in goth culture, reviewing the new album from Dead Astropilots, Second Life follow up, listener feedback around differentlyabled goths, some discussion about becoming pagan and more!

If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon.
You can subscribe to the show via our podcast app or iTunes.
You can E-mail us at CemeteryConfessions@gmail.com

News: 2:09
-The Commercialization of Goth

Album Review: 25:46
New Control - Dead Astropilots

Listener Feedback 41:35

Sinister Suggestion: 50:29
-Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard

Direct download: Material_Goth.mp3
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