Category: Music Video

Time to end this.

Weird Jon’s gone for a bit, technical difficulties and what not. Drop him a line wishing him to ‘Come Back Soon’ ‘cause dirt knows I can’t do this job alone. Each hand holds the shovel in its own way and it takes more than one to dig a hole. Here’s a question: Do you root …

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TV Casualty

featuring Ted Leo from Ted Leo & The Pharmacists on vocals, Atom Goren of Atom & His Package on guitar, Andy Nelson of Paint It Black on Bass, Brian Sokel of Franklin and AM/FM on the other guitar and Chris Wilson of Ted Leo & The Pharmacists on drums, the show was performed as a …

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Dead Leaves and Cold Ground

Seems all the dead leaves about are a good indicator that it’s time to thin out the spooky on the playlist. The next two months are the low periods for myself, spooky-music wise. Figure the mood has shifted, away from being charmed by songs of werewolves and Dracula’s daughters. It’s getting colder, getting darker soon. …

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DEAD (Milkmen)

Correct me if I’m wrong. Not a lot of songs out there for guys named ‘Jason.’ There was the blow-up in the eighties (there’s like, a MILLION of us just walking around) of the name, but it’s not a name to inspire. You have Jason and the Argonauts, Jason Priestley. But there’s the big one, …

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Ken’s Dead

Confession time: I like pro-wrestling. There. It’s off my chest. I like the spectacle, the goofy convoluted story-lines and mainly the acrobatics. Lucha Libre like CMLL. Indy wrestling in particular, like Chikara, PWG, ISW or DDT and Triple6 from Japan. Also, video games. Used to like them, not terribly alot but enough to head over …

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Well, isn’t this interesting?

Quick bit for today. Haven’t really talked about spooky hip-hop for a reason: outside of maybe a few songs off of one Necro album, there’s very little ‘horrorcore’ that I like. To each their own, right? Seems one zealous fan is accused to chopping four people up into pieces. It’s CNN so the reporting is …

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Savage and Looney

Screaming Lord Sutch Another well-known unknown to me, David Sutch is in the history books for his political career as well as his music. He featured lo-fi horror show antics, involving making an entrance out of a coffin, alluring female audience members to the front of the stage with a handsome member of his band …

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Werewolf Bar Mitzvah

From what I understand, this song is from the television series, 30 Rock. Happy Yom Kippur to all our Jewish readers!

Of course this was posted last night

What are you talking about? I’m a time traveler.

They Secrete, We Suck

The Secretions Probably one of the best punk bands around today is The Secretions from out of Sacremento. Self-describing their sound as music “in the key of the Ramones,’ the Secretions have a few songs that should pop up on your Halloween mix when you get tired of the ‘Monster Mash’ and ‘Everyday is Halloween.’ …

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Graveyard Jamboree with Mysterious Mose

In honor of the start of our Halloween countdown, I thought I’d share a short film that Strange Jason showed me a few years back: In case you were wondering, the song the film is based around is a 1930 song by Walter Doyle. Mr. Doyle first played it with his orchestra and “Mysterious Mose” …

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