Mid-Week Music

It's been so many years since I listened to The Cure, really listened and payed attention to the music, that it has come to a point where I almost have forgotten what their music was like. What it felt like. But today, I got some lyrics in my head at work and couldn't get it …

The true meaning of wasting time

Most of you can probably relate to days where you had a perfectly good plan for what to do and when to do it, that never happened. This has been my day so far and all is because of The Irishman, which Partner in Crime CONNED me into watching today. That was an entire afternoon …

The End is Nigh

Another decade has come and gone. Anxious and troubled, the last ten years has truly been the teens of the 21st century. As far as goth goes, there has been an amazing variety of bands and that is fucking awesome. The 80's sound came to stay, both in goth and mainstream culture. Old bands have …

Tuesday Music

Today it's time to wrap some gifts and there is actually a perfect song to go with it. On a more serious note (well, it's hard to be serious with that song stuck in the back of the brain but anyway...) Cocteau Twins have made a few Christmas covers that are pretty cozy.

Monday Music

8 posts in a row, maybe I can keep this up for at least a few more days. I've been sitting by the computer all day editing pictures and listened to Sweet Ermengarde. There's not much more to say. Listen to the band, they're really good.

Saturday Music

This is a song taken from the list of my mostly played songs on Spotify during 2019. It is performed by the Swedish band Priest and the song is Call My Name. It's all soft and cozy, perfect for today when the rain is pouring down in a very cinematic manner. I hope to get …

Thursday Music

Has it been too much Kælan Mikla on this blog during 2019? No, I don't think so. They're incredible and I will continue to spam the internet with their songs until I die. Let's do a post with songs from the latest album, Nótt eftir Nótt.

Wednesday Music

Soft Kill released the song Tin Foil Drip earlier this September and I have not got around to watch the video until now. It is one of the most powerful music videos in such a long time, and the lyrics are beautiful too. "Live from a world of empty threats. They can break bones. Sent …