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Just bought tickets to see Sisters of Mercy, I have never been to any kind of concerts before, what can I expect?

Hello friends! I saw that SoM is having a concert near me in October, and bought the “Floor – General Admission Standing” tickets on a whim. I’ve seen this sub making fun of SoM’s concerts, but I don’t mind a “crappy” performance. It’ll be nice to still see them before they retire.

I have never experienced the music scene. I’m in my mid 20s, and this is going to be my first concert. I don’t have friends to go with me or give me guidance, so I wanted to turn to this sub for help!

  1. The location is at San Francisco The Masonic, what can I expect? Is it huge and easy to find?

  2. What does “Floor – General Admission Standing” tickets entail outside of its name?

  3. How can I better prepare myself? I’m probably going to be taking the Bay Area Transportation System so I don’t have to worry about parking

  4. Do people dress up at SoM concerts?

  5. Is going alone as a 25 year old female poc safe?

Many many thanks in advance!!

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Requiem In White – Call Before Me [1995 ethereal wave, USA]

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Making a playlist for me an my goth mom as a small gift before I head back to college

As the title says I'm currently making a playlist for my mom, I do really like goth music but I'm more of a punk myself so I really don't know any good songs. Here are some examples of songs I know we both like and I plan on looking into the bands further and seeing what else they have made but yeah. Please help 🙂 song or band recommendations would be very greatly appreciated.

(And apologies if any of the screenshotted songs aren't actually goth, I really don't know)

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Has anyone heard of this band before?

Was scrolling through YouTube and came across this band from the French goth scene in the eighties. They were called "Neva", with their songs falling into the death rock and electronic sound. Does anyone know anything about this bands members/history? Or their relation the the eighties scene? Below is the clip I found: https://youtu.be/Ug-4jRqt8jA

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When did fashion come before the music in goth culture?

OK I won't lie, I had no idea this was a music based culture till 2 months ago, but now that I'm listening to the music, now I'm noticing when I dress up (even in highschool) people would call me goth, what if I dressed like this and never listened to the music like I did in high-school, would that be an insult to the goth culture, do u think there should be an education system of goth culture vs stereotyping cuse u wear all black and spiked collars?

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Also – Rotting Before Your Eyes (2001)

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Before and after cutting bangs

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I have posted about him before, but this is my character Neil, who is a 20 year old goth dude being seduced by a vampire

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What’s your favorite band that’s never been mentioned on this sub before?

Mine’s November Növelet.

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Did goth culture exist before goth music?

Why is goth considered a strictly music based subculture? This is a genuine question I’ve been curious about. I don’t mean to offend or devalue the importance of goth music, but it seems like being goth was a thing before the music came into play but there just wasn’t a name for it. It says online that it started in the 80s (though the term gothic rock was coined in 1967), but what about gothic literature and architecture from the 19th century? Or some aspects of the victorian era? Another small example, a lot of people consider Elvira goth and she took inspiration from the Vampira show (1950s).

I really favor this subculture over all others, there’s so many aspects I love especially the fashion and architecture. I feel disappointed I can’t be apart of it if I don’t favor the music above the other things (I do like it, but I like many other genres better I don’t have much time to get into it. I also have a hard time finding songs with lyrics I like, I like heartfelt songs). Please inform me, I’d love to know more. Again I’m just genuinely asking because I love goth!

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