This week we talk about being different and being goth in the workplace. We're a little tired, one of us caught a cold at Convergence, and the conversation goes all over the place!
Editing and production by Mistress McCutchan and Justin Minister.
Song: Dead Kennedys, At My Job.
On this episode we talk with the Andrew Lochhead of the Toronto Goth Heritage Project about the project and his experiences growing up goth.
Intro Music by Justin Minister
Engineered by Batty von Bats
Episode Music: Charlie's Spacer Woman
FYI: This was conversation was done via Facebook Call while Andrew as in the departure lounge of Pearson International Airport.
We had a low energy week, scrapped our initial recording to bring you some songs we're into this week.
We've got some good things up our sleeves in the near future.
(thank yous to The Wasteland for that recommendation!)
Suffering for Kisses
Thank you to Auxiliary Magazine - auxiliarymagazine.com
After talking with the progenitor of dungeon synth, Batty was invited out to check out Mortiis when he came to town. Joining him on the bill was Toronto's Subterranea and Montreal's Graveren. It was presented by Inertia Entertainment and held at The Velvet Underground.
Episode music come from The Song of a Long Forgotten Ghost by Mortiis.
This week, we chat with Martin Bowes over coffee to discuss zine culture, making music, and Attrition.
Special Thanks to Auxiliary Magazine - http://auxiliarymagazine.com/
Karl Marx - Engram
Fate Is Smiling - Attrition
Recently Batty had the pleasure of chatting with the progenitor of dungeon synth, Mortiis, about his upcoming ERA I tour, the start of dungeon synth, his feelings about founding a movement, his new music, and so much more.
Song 1. Blood and Thunder
Song 2. Demons Are Back
Special thanks to Justin Minister of Jay Draper and the Subterraneans for providing the Intro to Cat vs Bat
Mistress McCutchan flies solo on this episode, and chats with Kevin Matthews of Transmission Records in London, England.
This week Mistress McCutchan and Batty are joined by Toronto drag queen Allysin Chanyes to discuss being queer in the goth and industrial scene.
Divine - You Think You're A Man
Au Pairs - It's Obvious
Revolting Cocks - Beers, Steers, and Queers