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barry snaith

More  uncanny creep fest paranoiac macabre, on this occasion culled from the ‘Wallpaper’ soundtrack, this is the frankly unsettling psychosis seeped ‘Philip’ by Barry Snaith. Three minutes of haunting isolationism that you’d do well to scuttle for the safe comfort … Continue reading

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is it Halloween yet……

Halloween is looming, so we thought we’d chill you with this, alas no track listing but gruesome listening from behind the safety of the sofa all the same. Should also say at this point we’ve just received a stack of … Continue reading

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perry botkin

Whilst at Probe at little earlier this evening we eyed a vinyl copy of the’ Halloween III’ soundtrack which we are baggsying as a Christmas treat to self next time we occasion a visit to the store. The album – … Continue reading

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concretism

Essential ear gear for those among you fond of your ghost box related retroism and those tuned into the aural wavelengths of Zombi and the very wonderful Duke St Workshop whose imminent ‘Cabin 28’ set is due for very fond … Continue reading

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The Holy See

In the mood for something unsettlingly beautiful, then feast thy ears upon the macabre wonderment that is the theme from ‘children of bow abbey’ – a by all accounts lost in the archives 70’s TV show deemed so weird and … Continue reading

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dead fetus

Seems apt that we should be listening to this mid way through the witching hour. Not I hasten to add for those suffering with nervous dispositions this is another set that we managed to trip across on a recent band … Continue reading

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death and vanilla

Second up from moon glyph a rather special release from death and vanilla who according to the press notes hail from Sweden. ‘vampyr’ was recorded live during a semi improvised performance they were invited to play at with a view … Continue reading

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