NECROMANCY was created during the Winter of 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. Founder and creator, The Green Widow has been a gothic enthusiast for almost 30 years. Born in Adelaide, where she first heard the music of Joy Division, The Cure, The Smiths and the usual suspects, cultivated an appreciation of the music, sub-culture and all things darkly inclined.
Formed in London in the late 90s out of a shared love of Goth and Alt rock, The Faces of Sarah have evolved over the years to reflect the various influences of the musicians involved in the journey so far.
From the 80’s to today, Kyle Whipp of Children on Stun talks about playing with Nosferatu 21 years ago all the way up to their current tour!
Rain Children are a wide lens, cinematic expression of Gothic music, both contemporary and nostalgic. They combine classic songwriting with a tension and drama that is uniquely their own.
This interview is probably the most unstructured conversation that didn’t really need me to ask too many questions. He believes in a higher power. He also believes there is good in everything – even the bad – even in people like Jeffrey Dahmer who just didn’t understand how the pain he inflicted onto others – could be turned into something good.
This week on Necromancy Radio, I interview Australian witch and musician, Wendy Rule. Wendy is about to launch ‘Persephone’, the new double-album from this visionary songstress and is the culmination of over twelve years work.
World renowned thereminist, Armen Ra discusses his life as a young Armenian having moved from Iran in the late 70s and starting his life in America after a permanent holiday stay.
This week on Necromancy Radio we chatted with Sweeney Deville, the guitarist from the band The Killbrides. Based in Birmingham, England, The Killbrides have been working together since their first experimental release early 2016, Traditional Ash.
This week Necromancy Radio exclusively interviews one of the most iconic female gothic rock icons of today, Monica Richards.
In this exclusive podcast I interview James Tramel from October Burns Black. James was and is now again, the bass guitarist from The Wake.
This week we interview Romie Romak (based in Portland) and Taylor Shechet (based in LA) from the band GRYPT.
Having departed from the world of fashion design and been a political activist for gender equality, her music transcends darkness, embracing horror based iconography of needles and thread, skin, sexuality, and witchery as discourse for the direction of her music videos.
This week on Necromancy Radio I decided to mix things up a bit and discuss gothic lifestyle that pertains to diet and the subject of living vegan, with Nigerian/American Adaora Osimiri-Lewis.
This week on Necromancy Radio, I spoke with front man Jacques Saph from the Helsinki death rock band, Virgin in Veil.
Eyajo December Joseph from LA Deathrock outfit Black Heroin Gallery, whose career spans over 25 years opens up about his musical endeavors, the goth scene, DIY and more.
This week on Necromancy Radio we discuss music, music and more music.
This week on Necromancy Radio, I spoke with Chris McCarter from the Australian gothic rock band, Ikon. Ikon were formed in 1988 as current vocalist Chris and bass guitarist Dino attended the same school, which is where they met almost 30 years ago.
Robert is an accomplished advertising photographer, photomaker and digital conceptual artist from Melbourne, Australia.
Venus Virgin Tomarz is the ultimate Glambassador. In this episode we discuss her love for science fiction in the 60s and 70s, her broad career first graduating as an accountant, and moving in to becoming a true artist, fashion designer with her own label in the 80s and 90s, and more!
Avelina is the frontwoman for As Angels Bleed, a Youtuber, designer, and model. Avelina is also a super talented pianist, guitarist, photographer, vampiric artist, web developer, product designer and all round artisté.
Elizabeth’s pictures are multi-layered and deliberately ambiguous re-presentations of the world, executed in an illustrative style to avoid distracting the audience with layers of cultural history and artistic mystification.
Angela’s content is die-hard romantic retellings, the diarising of her beliefs in the way things were, relayed to the next generation of Goths and her audience that you can digest in passionate doses.
t’s been a difficult year to comprehend but let it be a reminder that death and immortality is in they eye of the beholder. Legends and their legacies are immortal. This is the beauty of art and music creation, it never dies, even if physically things break or people leave us.
I spoke with Todd Manion about local bands, his earliest influences, crowd petitions that put them on the map to support acts like Peter Murphy and then to follow on, Gary Numan. Although Todd has moved to Melbourne in the last 2 years, the duo are experiencing a long distance relationship, I am assured there is new music on the horizon despite this indefinite hiatus.
Xynarah is an artist and youtuber, we discuss life in New Zealand, having to conform to career standards in corporate creative environments, as well as a bit of Druidry as she also considers herself a Pantheist.
Kriss, a real life vampire, spends some time talking about life, goth subculture, creativity and more.
Remain in Light is a gothic rock/post punk band. It rose from the ashes of older punk and new wave formations in 2010 the year the terrible economic crisis burst in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Alejandrina talks about growing up in Mexico City as a child, being raised by her Grandmother and delving into the unknown by having an outer body experience with Ayahuasca (or Iowaska).
We talk about growing up in the West Midlands, the 90s, online media and ‘the kids of today’ goth dancefloor classics, news and events not to mention his passion for finding new music and artists from around the globe.