New Dark Age: The Memory Pain, Lost Boys Beach Party, Necropolis Fifth Anniversary and more

Nights Out

The Memory Pain

The Famished Frog

We had the good fortune on Aug. 5 to catch a performance of top-notch cover band The Memory Pain while dining at Morristown’s The Famished Frog. This venue hosts a large, noisy and distracted crowd whose patrons are mostly 20-something imbibers who …

by   |  09/21/2016  |  Comments Off on New Dark Age: The Memory Pain, Lost Boys Beach Party, Necropolis Fifth Anniversary and more

Aunt Ange @ Pianos

MANHATTAN, NY—Pianos provides a perfect setup for up-and-coming bands with a cult following like Aunt Ange. An excellent sound system and an intimate environment lets fans welcome curious newcomers while still feeling cozily united. There’s joy, too, in being able to view the object of their enthusiasm raised up on …

by   |  08/24/2016  |  Comments (1)

New Dark Age: The Red Party, Modest Mouse and Brand New, Memento Mori and more!

The Red Party

July 9, 2016, saw another edition of The Red Party at Mercury Lounge next door to the old Bank on East Houston, where Manhattan’s SoHo meets the Lower East Side. Founding host and DJ, Sean Templar was joined by Jarek (The Raven) Zelazny and Valefar Malefic of …

by   |  08/17/2016  |  Comments Off on New Dark Age: The Red Party, Modest Mouse and Brand New, Memento Mori and more!

Attack Of The Clones Featuring Flaming Youths, Disorder, Street Walking Cheetahs & Pulp Flannel @ Clash Bar

CLIFTON, NJ—Singer and multi-instrumentalist Christian Dryden hosted a particularly spectacular night of cover band performances at the Clash Bar, a nightspot famous for exceptional entertainment in the punk genre. Most all my readers are familiar with this venue, noteworthy for its well-stocked bar, reasonable pricing (both entry charges and libations), …

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New Dark Age: Paranormal, Disorder, The Cure and more!

Nights Out

The Red Party, NYC’s long-running Goth club night, held once again at Mercury Lounge, ran another spectacular event June 9 when they drew about 300 imbibers, dancers and spectators. The big draw was of course the most buzzed-about act in the greater New York scene, Disorder, the …

by   |  07/20/2016  |  Comments Off on New Dark Age: Paranormal, Disorder, The Cure and more!

Noir: The Burning Bridge

The Burning Bridge is Noir’s fourth release and it is dedicated to David Bowie. Noir consists of frontman Athan Maroulis, formerly of Spahn Ranch and Black Tape For A Blue Girl and keyboardists and backup female vocalists Kai Irina Hahn and Demetra Songs. In this collection they continue in what …

by   |  07/05/2016  |  Comments Off on Noir: The Burning Bridge

SKOLD: The Undoing

Tim Sköld, Swedish multi-instrumentalist, collaborator with KMFDM and Marilyn Manson and producer of his own early, youthful projects, has released an album under his name, SKOLD. Titled The Undoing, it could also have been set in all bold capitals on the jacket, to keep with its bold, aggressive nature. …

by   |  07/05/2016  |  Comments Off on SKOLD: The Undoing

Goth 101 @ Morbid Anatomy Museum

BROOKLYN, NY—The Morbid Anatomy Museum hosted a lecture entitled Goth 101 as the latest entry in its series of like-themed presentations by Andi Harriman, musicologist and author of a popular compendium on Postpunk and Goth culture. Ms. Harriman lectured for just under an hour, accompanying her extensive historical account with …

by   |  06/29/2016  |  Comments Off on Goth 101 @ Morbid Anatomy Museum

New Dark Age: Wave-Gotik-Treffen 25th Year Anniversary

The world’s largest gathering of fans of Goth music and subculture celebrated its 25th Anniversary at this year’s four-day event held, as always, in the historic trade-fair city and convention center of East Germany, Leipzig. Beginning shortly after the collapse of Communism and the reunification of the Soviet-oppressed German Democratic …

by   |  06/15/2016  |  Comments Off on New Dark Age: Wave-Gotik-Treffen 25th Year Anniversary

New Dark Age – A Monthly Walk On The Dark Side – Featuring Art, Cinema, Music and More

Art

The Neue Gallery (1048 Fifth Avenue) in the City has an ongoing exhibit on Edvard Munch (1863 – 1944) running until June 13, 2016, that is a must-see for fans of disturbing modern art. Munch’s famous “Scream”—once so ubiquitous on dorm-room walls is thought to have captured the essence …

by   |  05/18/2016  |  Comments (1)


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