This is a post in the series on my “sonic identity” a project of reflecting on music and identity following on the path of the Anglobaptist who is exploring such things as part of his Ph.D in Liturgy and Music. There were a number of posts around this topic earlier this year at Anglobaptist.org one can be found […]
Kate Setzer Kamphausen’s fashion Show “The Circus is Eternal” Friday night (March 2) at Nocturna was a great time. Kate’s garments looked amazing on each of the models (who weren’t professional models, but various people for the goth scene). The preparation was a little halting as neither Kate nor I had produced a fashion show before. Things […]
Tripp the Anglobaptist is pushing me in good ways. He is pushing me to consider what is the relationship between my sonic urban sub cultural identity and my sonic theological and religious identity. Well he isn’t doing it directly necessarily, but in talking to him about his course work in Liturgy and Music and in […]
I Have been quite busy but Kate and I did make it to Nocturna for the All Hallow’s Eve Ball, as we try to do each year. 5 years ago I wrote this Post, about Goth costumes that weren’t really costumes at the ball that year. I had forgotten about the post and that there apparently was […]
This is the second post in a trilogy of posts. The first in this series can be found here over at Priestly Goth Blog. The third post will post in Ecclesial Longings here. Recently I saw the Man Who Cried. It is a melancholy movie to say the least. Though what captured my imagination in […]
I meant to post this several weeks ago. Peter Murphy has a new Album out, Ninth, below is a video for one of the songs off that album, I Spit Roses.
I will be posting here links thoughts, music and videos within the realm of the goth subculture. For me this is largely an aesthetic related to a music and club subculture. Others in the scene may see it differently. For many it is also a community to which they belong. I engage this aspect of the scene […]