Category Archives: Show And Tell
First things first: not only did the nice people at Projekt send me a copy of The Sepiachord Passport, but I’m friends with the crew at Sepiachord. I was there the fateful night when Mr. Bodwell came up with a name for that genre of music that sounded like the descendants of Tom Waits, Nick Cave, and Rasputina, and I’m very glad I was! Thanks to the tireless efforts of Mr. Bodwell, I’ve been introduced to swarms of new musicians to listen to. The Sepiachord Passport is a wonderful sampler of quirky musical delights; while the core aesthetic behind the idea of Sepiachord is steampunk, there are glimmers of dark circus, burlesque, Continue reading
Full disclosure here: the very nice people at Mercyground sent me :ankoku butoh: for review. Which made me clap my hands with glee, because honestly, I would have purchased it. I love Faith & the Muse, and have loved them since I read about them in Carpe Noctem magazine and sent off a money order to purchase Elyria way back in 1994. Continue reading
Hey look, it’s time for another installment of Show And Tell at Gothic Charm School! Featuring Noxenlux Chapeau.
I have a … weakness … for hats. My hat collection is rather large, and I am especially fond of miniature hats. Mini top hats, mini tricorns, whimsical little things festooned with ribbons and feathers (and maybe skulls) I can perch on my head; yes, please! And some of the favorites in my collection were made by Noxenlux Chapeau! Continue reading
Fables and Fields Green from Seattle-based September 2022