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Our latest single “A Black Rose” is finally here! Give it a listen and let us know your thoughts

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when do you listen to goth music? (from a baby bat)

i usually listen to premade playlist when im doing my makeup and getting ready for the day. but during chores and more high energy tasks i usually listen to emo/scene music. sometimes i listen to it before bed and let my mind settle with the tunes

when do you guys listen to goth music? do you play it in the background during a task or just lay down and vibe?

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do you have to listen to the “basic” goth bands everyone listens to to be goth?

I apologize if this is a stupid question! I don’t intend to diss on any bands like The Cure, Bauhaus, Siouxsie, etc. I am actually quite interested in those bands but I get a little bit intimidated by more well known stuff because I am afraid of seeming like a poser and not knowing where to start… I’ve really been into bands like Tristania, Within Temptation, Mortal Love, The Sins of Thy Beloved etc just because I really love the sound especially really symphonic stuff and im more interested in trying a bolder goth style as I’ve kind of been in the alternative scene for years now but have been too scared to place myself in any particular subculture. I know goth subculture is music based but I wasn’t aware if you had to listen to specific bands or if the bands I like count or anything…I also think I might be stressing too much because I know a big part of it is just not conforming to the norm? I dunno. Help is appreciated!

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Did you listen to anything neat while watching the eclipse?

I opted for Black Planet to set the mood.

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Besides goth and post punk, what other genres do you listen to?

I love goth, post punk, dark wave, deathrock, etc etc etc… but I’m trying to find some other genres to enjoy so I don’t get too bored of my favorite music. What other kinds of music do you guys enjoy and recommend?

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Every band that has the word “The” in it is now gone. How many bands are left that you listen to?

This is a hypothetical situation. Like a "What if?" sorry I didn't make that clear enough

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I don’t dress goth but I listen to gothic music

Hi lol. This is just a random post but I find this to be kind of funny.

I love gothic things soo much. Literature, art, music fashion, architecture, are just a few things that I like. I love to paint gothic things. I painted a portrait of Siouxsie Sioux using water colors. And last year when I graduated middle school, my dad bought me tickets for him and I to go see The Cure. It was so much fun! For my birthday he also bought me their greatest hits album on vinyl. But something interesting is that I don’t really dress gothic. Occasionally, I will. But for the most part I don’t. I don’t think even some of my friends know that I listen to goth music 😂. I just find it funny

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My new 7” record “Violets of Your Neck b/w (These) Sickly Flowers” came out recently. Please have a listen ✨🕯️✨

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Goth artists that don’t have a whole bunch of albums so I can listen to their whole discography in about 3-4 hours?

I’m trying to get into goth music but a bunch of artists have albums that are hours long and they have like 20 albums, I fear I’ll be called a poser if I don’t listen to an artists whole discography or something or freeze up when someone asks me to list a song. Popular or obscure I’m fine with, idc. Lately I’ve been listening to twin tribes and molchat doma and Cocteau twins

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give me an album and i’ll listen!

i am not sure if this is allowed but i feel like i know much surrounding gothic subculture and history, but for some reason have just started listening to the music. i’ve wanted to for a long time, but diving into a new genre can be a bit overwhelming. i figured i’d try asking y’all for recs because who else better is there to ask? i won’t rate anything unless you want my personal opinion on the album, but i enjoy quite literally all music (except country lol). thank you!

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