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!! OMG, listen to this: In The Forest Of Veils — A Winter Solstice Mix by Becka Diamond !!

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13:13 Magazine posted this great Winter Solstice mix by Becka Diamond featuring Chamelons, Dead Can Dance, Mazzy Star, Holy Other, Burial, and others. Perfect for a cold winter night by the fire! Tracklisting after the jump. Get into it!

In The Forest Of Veils: A Winter Solstice mix by Becka Diamond by 13:13 on Mixcloud

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!! OMG, a free documentary: The Siouxsie & The Banshees Story !!


We’re sick at home in bed today, and this Siouxsie and The Banshees documentary is really curing what ails us (SARS).
Check out the many amazing looks, inside fighting, drama, the blood, sweat and tears behind the legendary punk/post-punk band’s career (Her and her band were such babes back then!). Click play above to view the doc for free.
[by peterasercuts via networkawesome]

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!! OMG, a retro Halloween rewind: Pulsallama’s “The Devil Lives In My Husband’s Body” !!


One of my favourite terrible Halloween records around this time of year would have to be Pulsallama‘s “The Devil Lives In My Husband’s Body”. (I think a lot of people can totally relate to thinking that the Devil lives in their husband’s body, particularly after he’s had a large meal.)
Pulsallama was this eccentric, all girl, percussion band from NYC between the years of 1980-82 who opened for bands like The Clash, but they were short-lived and had only a couple of known releases.
“The Devil Lives In My Husband’s Body” featured steel drums, a witch who’s a cat lady, off-key singing gothic housewives, and of course – Satanic possession! Have a listen above, and revel in its utter ridiculousness!

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!! OMG, through the fog: Sally Dige’s ‘Forget Me Not’ video !!


Sally Dige is giving me Siouxsie Sioux meets Curve realness in her new video for “Forget Me Not”, and it’s a total breath of fresh fog. When people talk about an artist inspired by, or setting out to embody their icons of the past — Sally presents a proper execution.
The Berlin-based Canadian’s new single is out and available over at Rough Trade this month in limited capacity. Check her out!

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