Dr.Sanders and Bryan examine the first four albums from Clan of Xymox. This band has a sound as unique as the fact that their name keeps changing, but the duo will see just how well their releases hold up today.
This week we feature an important piece of 90's goth culture, Carpe Noctem Magazine. We sit down with Thom, co-founder of Carpe Noctem, to talk about his experience with Zine publication, horror culture, and forging a way forward in today's crowded media field.
Claude Tozer was a doctor and a rising Australian cricket star in 1920, but his career was cut short when he was shot by Mrs. Dorothy Mort, a woman with whom he was having an affair and also treating for mental illness. In this episode we discuss this intriguing and very tragic case.
Is goth fashion reducible to a set of items that can be used freely on the runway? What about commodification, has the look been formulated, copied, and sold by corporations? We are going to explore all of these questions and more on this weeks episode!
Poisonous plants have been used throughout history for many purposes, including hunting, medicine, cosmetics, and of course, murder. In this episode we discuss several of the most poisonous and historically significant plants, with emphasis on those associated with medicine and witchcraft.