Tag Archives: America

“A Place Both Wonderful And Strange” – Geography through a Goth lens

The TV adaption of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed fantasy novel American Gods has been unreal and amazing so far. It would be so easy to mangle this complex combination of subtle themes and sly allusions, but Starz seem to have come … Continue reading

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The Chameleons Are Not What They Seem

I believe that other blogs, dedicated to the topic, cover music better than The Blogging Goth could. However, as a long-time fan of gorgeous and under-appreciated post-punks The Chameleons, and currently on a binge-watch of David Lynch’s small-screen opus Twin … Continue reading

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Andrew Eldritch moves in with Mountain Goats

Of all the strangest headlines for my blog, that is currently in the lead. This is the story that an American indie-folk band, the aforementioned ‘Mountain Goats‘, have recorded a new album entitled Goths. The launch was promoted with the release … Continue reading

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Illamasqua Antifa

Rather suddenly, everyone has woken up to the fact that politics affect us all, especially with the bizarre emanations from the White House. And when Teen Vogue starts putting out some cutting political analysis, it should come as no surprise … Continue reading

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The Goth in the North

We have awoken today to a populist and conservative US President (elect) in an America engaged in a long-stare with resurgent Russia, whilst Britain thrashes through post-industrial collapse in the iron grip of an implacable woman. You could be forgiven … Continue reading

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