Happy Halloween! Legendary late 60s teen garage rockers The Graveyard Five’s solitary single “The Graveyard Theme”/”The Marble Orchard” has a truly haunted atmosphere like nothing else from that or any other era.
Eyedress’ “Salaamin” is a song off of the Hearing Colors album, out earlier this year.
It’s that time of year! And The Misfits “Halloween” is the definitive anthem.
“Stitches” is the title track from the forthcoming album by Califone. On a foundation of organ chords, squalls of barely controlled guitar feedback and drum machine blast-beats perfectly frame the evocative lyrics.
Totally loving this ultra deep remix of Isis Graham’s “Dust Settles” by Sanctums. Minimal with really great bass frequencies and—dare I say—pure emotion.
Happy Halloween! Jason Willis has lovingly crafted, frame-by-frame, a stop-action graveyard rave-up starring UK garage-soul act The Heavy, a voodoo doll-wielding femme fatale, the undead, vintage-inspired title cards and a whole lot of creepy fun. Awesome!
I usually don’t get too excited about all of the Halloween-inspired edits you see around, but “Doctor Frankenstein” really does it for me. Makes me wanna do the Frankenstein on the dance floor.
If you want to be truly freaked out for Halloween, check out this remastered video for “Worlock” by Skinny Puppy.
A live video of Eyes of the Killer Robot playing at Fort Reno. High energy, enjoyable music that doesn’t take itself too seriously.