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Watch Bauhaus offshoot Tones on Tail play their first show in 40 years at Cruel World Festival (full video, setlist)

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Really cool lowkey artist I found called Tsaffire! Not sure if all their stuff is in this YouTube playlist but regardless it will give you an idea. I think I just found a hidden gem.

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Bauhaus – How would you rank their albums?

Trying to branch out from the 4-5 studio/live albums I generally head right for, wondering if I'm missing any must hear/harder to find albums.
I've been reading through similar posts for bands like SatB here lately, and noticed there wasn't one for Bauhaus, which has me curious.
In the Flat Field will always be my #1, it's one of my favorite goth albums period, and is the album that really sold me on the band, and to some extend, the genre.

Anyway…
My ranking for albums I'm relatively familiar with would be

  1. Flat Field
  2. Press Eject
  3. The Bela Session
  4. Mask
  5. The Skys Gone Out

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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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What are your thoughts on goth djs posting (or not posting) track lists of their sets on socials afterwards?

I ask this from the perspective of a conflicted dj that is used to electronic music events where it's rarely a request from the audience. In those situations the music is always mixed continuously and the crowd realize they are going to hear music that is new for them and are down. At best they'll get a recording over a tracklist. People ask for IDs of specific tracks and it's usually other djs asking. I've heard people call this Trainspotting.🙃

I started getting invited to play goth shows a handful of years ago and noticed other goth djs posting their tracklists afterwards. It was interesting to see commentary that followed by people sizing up their opinion based on the music played. The way I get feedback as a dj in the goth community is completely different too. I tried recording my sets and people asked for the tracklist as a substitute. People have told me the tracklist makes it easier for them to keep dancing and laying off Shazam while at the club. I am nearly positive posting a tracklist led to another gig opportunity from a promoter that wasn't even at the show where it happened.

The only issue for me is it's hard to write down a tracklist while I am djing. I am usually busy with other things. Also at other times I notice what makes for the best track to play in the moment might not always be the most impressive looking tracklist compared to other shows.

I like the idea of posting tracklists because people who are on a similar wavelength will see where I am coming from musically. I was just caught off guard by how prevalent it is in my area. Is it the same for you where you live? Do goth djs often post track lists and use them to show people how the night went? Does it make or break whether you'd be willing to give a night a shot for the first time over whether they are posted or what is in them?

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lycia- excade decade decada (not on spotify) i love their music so much

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Goth rock artists who started their careers after 30

Do you know representatives of the goth rock scene (of any country) who created their own bands and achieved success not in their youth (20-30) but after 30.

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Bauhaus have mentioned dub as an influence on their sound. Have any other early goth/postpunk bands said the same?

I remember a member of Bauhaus mentioning reggae as on influence on Bela, and I was curious if any other bands in the genre have made similar statements.

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Open by The Cure is one of their best written songs.

And one of the best written (and sounding) songs, ever, in my opinion. especially when you struggle with alcoholism:,) haha

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Ads are getting smarter they are trying to lure goths with their new products.

it was a box containing Gothic Beauty Magazine and makeup.

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