Past Favourites: The Cure – Seventeen Seconds

Although Disintegration is, and always will be, regarded as The Cure’s magnum opus, their second album is just as worthy of praise. Following on from 1979’s more experimental Three Imaginary Boys, this project was the post-punk titans’ first real steps into the gloomy gothic rock that they became so well known for. Seventeen Seconds may […]

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You Should Be Listening To: Emilie Autumn

Singer, songwriter, classical musician, author, artist and poet.  Is there anything that Emilie Autumn can’t do?  Taking inspiration from Victorian literature, classical music and all things gothic, she’s one of the most unique and enchanting musicians of recent years.  Her six albums are each a different representation of her sound, and her ability to manipulate […]

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