It’s not exactly a secret that the goth scene and Halloween go hand in hand, but one may be surprised to find that some of us on the darker side of life equally appreciate tinsel and stockings, even those of us who light the menorah (more on that later.)
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Hi, kids. DJ D from Dark Entries: Goth Radio here. Like most of you, I have spent the last few months finding inventive ways to fill the time and take my mind off of, well, everything. In that spirit, while redesigning my office the other day, I dug through my old vinyl collection and put on some long-lost classics and oddities. I play a good bit of vinyl on my show, but I thought now would be a great time to show off some predictable Goth classics that have made their way onto the show, as well as some oddball selections you may not be familiar with. Here we go!
It's Memorial Day weekend, which we typically see as the gateway to summer. And it's no coincidence that World Goth Day fell this past Friday, May 22nd; summer & goth jams go together like black lipstick stains and glasses of red wine. So we hit up our resident expert, DJ D of WUSC's Dark Entries: Goth Radio, to furnish us with a playlist of all things sinister & sweaty.
Dark Entries was born in the spring of 2009 to release out of print and unreleased underground music as well as contemporary bands. A project of Josh Cheon, a vinyl-focused DJ and collector, Dark Entries takes great care in preserving sound quality and respecting the aesthetics of its artists. All of their releases are a carry over from the DIY days of the 1980s independent record labels.