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Day Goth: A Carnival of Living Souls in Silver Lake

Neither daytime, sunshine, heat or Echo Park Rising shall keep these Day Goth faithful from partaking in this monthly party at Akbar. Beautiful creatures and the vaguely human swoon and imbibe to their hearts’ content until called home, surely to … Continue reading

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Goth Goes to Joshua Tree

Embrace your scary nighttime desert apparitions when goth, dark wave and more arrives this Wednesday night at SPELLBOUND, a dance party which will have its inaugural night in the Joshua Tree area.  Phantasmic desert kisses await you! Or will they … Continue reading

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Spring Clearance Time at Lethal Amounts!

Last weekend Danny Fuentes’ Lethal Amounts fans flocked to his gallery for a special clearance sale as he gets ready to bring some new designs to his six-year old punk/goth/industrial counter culture art space. Could you believe cool tee-shirts and … Continue reading

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Live Review: Second Still at The Echoplex

L.A. band Second Still played The Echoplex last Sunday, after releasing their self-titled debut this month on Manic Depression Records. The three-piece band offers a stylish, minimal “coldwave” sound with haunting vocals, strong bass lines and straightforward machine drums. The album … Continue reading

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Live Review: Bootblacks at Complex

Bootblacks wrapped up their tour with Liste Noire recently at Complex in Glendale, promoting their excellent album Veins (reviewed here). The performance was more stark than the lush record, and felt slightly more industrial, but it was intense and full … Continue reading

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Live Review: The Vigils at The Redwood Bar

The Vigils are one local band that really have that “It” factor. Thanks to an exciting stage presence and great songs with a nostalgic punk & Goth vibe, their next show is always something to look forward to. Maintaining “the … Continue reading

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Album Review: Bootblacks’ “Veins”

Bootblacks is a gloriously post-punk and dark-wave band from Brooklyn, with a new album called Veins due out in March on French label Manic Depression Records. While a bootblack is a shoe-shiner, the group’s name comes specifically from a description by William … Continue reading

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The Theme Of The 2015 Edwardian Ball Is “My Gorey Valentine!”

This year’s The Edwardian Ball theme is “My Gorey Valentine!” with a special performance of Edward Gorey’s “The Beastly Baby”. Rosin Coven and co-hosts Vau de Vire Society bring Edward Gorey’s story to life on stage with original music, theatrical choreography and narration. … Continue reading

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Interview with James Stevenson Guitarist Extraordinaire

I last saw James Stevenson playing with The International Swingers. But James is a busy boy and as a guitarist he wears many hats or he floats like a feather and stings like a bee. Soon after I read he … Continue reading

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