The Vlogging Goth – Updates on YouTube

Good morning readers, and apologies for the lack of updates recently. I had a vague plan to update monthly if not more often, but between a new job and various home upgrades, not to mention the devastating effects of a worldwide lockdown have all been massive obstacles.

One happy break in this ponderous routine was Record Store Day on July 18. Like many other old goths, I made all haste for my local stockists – Beyond Vinyl of Newcastle – to pick up my first ever brand new vinyl by The Sisters of Mercy.

It was such a revolutionary experience, it inspired me to record a short, light-hearted video for YouTube. It was an uphill struggle as I am very unfamiliar with the editor, not using a script and battling temperatures in the upper twenties.

Nevertheless, as a bit of fun commentary and discussion, I hope you enjoy it. I’ll be considering other topics to record, so let me know in the comments what you’d like to see me comment on and of course feel free to subscribe!


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4 Responses to The Vlogging Goth – Updates on YouTube

  1. Dorklord says:

    Oh you youngsters and your “first ever new Sisters record”
    I’m of the “cant be arrsed to wander over to watch at Reading 1991” variety.
    Because, you know, there will be some new stuff soon and I’ll wait for that

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  2. Dorklord says:

    Well there is plenty of new original material, just not sung by Von. Bands like Miazma, The Rope, Daughters of Bristol, even Terminal Gods are (were) either almost direct sound alikes or channeling the spirit so well it makes for a pretty great substitute.

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