For your ears


Lurking Fear by Joseph Curwen -Hauntological folk horror shrouded in wraithlike drones; ritualistic heartbeats in the darkness.

 


Black and Bronze by Erik K. Skodvin –
Foggy washes and cinematic boneyard grooves

 


Hanna Rosa – Buried Alive
Velvety vocals, dreamy instrumentals, a delicate darkness

 


Dorothy – After Midnight
Soulful, gritty, raw, and super catchy.

 


Eternal Tapestry  – Enchanter’s Nightshare
Sprawling, earthy psychedelia; a hazy brain massage.

 


Joanne Robertson-Black Moon Days
Introspective, sparse, illusory. The poetry of sugar in wounds.

 


KARYN CRISIS’ GOSPEL OF THE WITCHES – The Alchemist
Melodic, transformative metal from Karyn Crisis.

2 Comments on For your ears

  1. lau
    March 10, 2015 at 11:36 pm (2 years ago)

    Erik K. Skodvin is just the best. you know he’s Svarte Greiner and half of deafcenter too, right?

    Reply
    • S. Elizabeth
      March 10, 2015 at 11:42 pm (2 years ago)

      I sure do! I think I heard deafcenter first…and then I learned the rest. Pale Ravine, found it 2009ish? So, so good.

      Reply

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