GothCast - Cemetery Confessions

This month we are talking about the relationship between celebrities and goth, extremity of style in a homogeneous culture, and how the shared epistemology of goth culture translates between generations. For the album review we are going to be chatting about some of our all time favorite records.

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Our guests this month are Dr. Sanders and Robby Gore from Gothcast! GothCast is a podcast centered on the music of gothic subculture. They also cover the current news, fashion and music in the goth scene.

News:

Goth Clothing and Celebrity Appropriation 22:50

The Goth Illiterate 1:12:30

Our Top Albums: 1:47:10

Dr. Sanders:
For this selection, he went with his top 5 from the last 5 years

5. 13th Chime - Noir
4.Prayers - S.D. Killwave
3. March Violets - Made Glorious
2. Drab Majesty - Careless
1. Sisu - Blood Tears

Honorable Mentions:
Bat Nouveau - Metamorphisis
Dum Dum Girls - Too True
 

Robby Gore:
Top 5 NOT goth albums.

5. Garbage - Garbage
4. Portishead - Portishead
3. Perturbator - Uncanny Valley
2. Drab Majesty - Careless
1. Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs

Mark:
Top 5 favorite albums.

5. Depeche Mode - Violater
5. NIN - Pretty Hate Machine
4. Lycia - Cold
3. The Frozen Autumn - Emotional Screening Device
2. Dead Can Dance - Within the Realm of a Dying Sun
2. Love Spirals Downwards - Ideals
1. Joy Division - Closer

Count:
Top 5 obscure and pretentious albums.

5. Estampie - Ondas
4. Ding An Sich - Old as Forever, New As Tomorrow
3. Gardening by Moonlight - Method in Madness
2. Altar de Fey - Echos in the Corridor
1. Euroshima - Gala

Honorable Mention:
Malaria! - Emotion

~Bloopers~

(references: Rabban Photography, My Goth Library, Post Punk Party 2, Post Punk Party 3)

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The Count

I have been a part of the goth subculture since I was 16. I am the owner and creator of The Requiem Podcast which has been around since early 2008 and also podcast award nominee Cemetery Confessions. I am also known as DJ Count. I am married, and a father to a beautiful baby bat named Link.