Chaos Sedated returns with a mix of psychedelic & apocalyptic folk, gloomy post-rock, and a dash of martial pop. Featuring Rome, Chelsea Wolfe, Der Blutharsch, David E. Williams, Destroying Angel, Dreadlords, Ostara, and more.
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Listen to more from these artists on Chaos Sedated #169, featuring Awen & Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio.
Live Report: Chelsea Wolfe & A Dead Forest Index in Los Angeles
There is an air of mystery which typically revolves around artists that find home in the “niche” or genre of Gothic, and this incontestably rings true with Chelsea Wolfe. The night was startlingly taken aback as “Demons” from the 2011 album, Apokalypsis enraptured all who were in the venue to hear; it is clear that the musicians who play alongside Chelsea Wolfe, as well as Chelsea herself have become a tight knit unit and their stage chemistry is undeniable. As the set continued on with “Carrion Flowers” from the highly-acclaimed 2015 album, Abyss, Chelsea treated the sold-out audience to a continuously hypnotizing performance. Unfortunately there were also some technical difficulties, but thankfully they were able to be sorted and the band managed to fill the time by playing instrumentally.
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This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing brings the following bands to your ears for your weekly time warp to the 1980s: Assembly, Iggy Pop, The B-52's, Squeeze, Kim Carnes, Haircut One Hundred, Flirts, ABC, Charlie Sexton, Falco, Jermaine Stewart, The English Beat, Rank & File, Men Without Hats, and finishing up with some Heaven 17.
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Vox Satanae - Episode 364 - 163 Minutes - Week of 16 October 2017
This week we hear works by Johann Baptist Wanhal, Frédéric Chopin, Josef Gabriel Rheinberger, Sir Michael Tippett, and Conrad Yiwen Tao with performances by Hana Škarková, Ivana Valešov, Lucie Hilscherová, The Czech Philharmonic Chorus, The Czech Chamber Soloists, Petr Fiala, Arthur Rubinstein, The Symphony of the Air, Alfred Wallenstein, Martin Van der Merwe, Huib Christiaanse, The London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis, Conrad Yiwen Tao, The ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, and Timothy Russell.
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“…that’s who you are!”
In an 11th hour panic, Dave manages to get a new episode together, but sadly on his own. The reason? Well, you may remember that last week there was a problem with uploading to the iTunes feed - even though it was a repeat episode - but the problem took a while to fix. All sorted now, as Dave explains, so this is a somewhat indulgent show on his behalf. You know you love ‘em.
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Debut of Black Signals, a live recorded mix of minimal techno, glitch, drum & bass, synthwave, and more. Featuring Zola Jesus, Zomby, oOoOO, Ben Frost, Adam Singer, Vatican Shadow, Youth Code, Cross My Heart Hope To Die & more.
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This week we listen to Jawbreaker, All, Pennywise, Earth Crisis, Reagan Youth, Cro-Mags, Embrace, JFA, and more! Join Citizen Matt for a fun filled hour of hardcore, punk, and fighting inanimate objects which, sadly, feel no pain.
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