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Now Playing: Sad Songs for Springtime Mix

Amanda Votta, Grey Malkin, and Neddal Ayad put together a new mix for springtime…here’s what they had to say about it: Everyone loves sad songs. Everyone has a handful (or more) that they secretly (or not so secretly) adore, worship and couldn’t really live right without. Sad songs are often

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NOW PLAYING: Monotremata Mix

Roy K. Felps, former editor/publisher of The One True Dead Angel, purveyor of music heavy, noisy, and doomy, and former head of the sadly defunct Monotremata Records reanimates the label (sort-of) in a special mix he put together just for us. (Thanks Roy!)   MONOTREMATA MIX Hi there. I’m RKF

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Now Playing: Secrets to the Sea HALLOWEEN mix

Neddal Ayad and Amanda Votta aka Secrets to the Sea have put together a Halloween mix for your listening pleasure – including the premiere of a new Secrets to the Sea song!. Here’s what they had to say: Neddal and I both love Halloween. Months before, we’ll start discussing what

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Sound Utterance #1

Sound Utterance is an occasional column reviewing CDs, vinyl, cassettes, and downloads –  albums, eps, and singles. Crust, anarcho-punk, doom, experimental, post-punk, drone, wyrdfolk, black metal, acid-folk and more. We prefer to review physical releases. Unless we know you, we are unlikely to download your album – so send a

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Wyrd Sisters: Third Ear Band and Polanski’s MacBeth

Roman Polanski’s MacBeth is a dark film, even considering the source material. The first movie he made after his pregnant wife, Sharon Tate, suffered her fate at the hands of the Manson Family, MacBeth is a bloody affair. Polanski’s Scotland is dark, muddy, foggy, rainy, and cold. The film bears

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Primitive Man 10.18.13

Primitive Man, Wrath of Typhon & Night will be playing at the DEPOT on October 18th. 360 West Cottage Place, York, Pennsylvania 17401. Doors at 8pm.


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