Results tagged with 'goth'
Published March 17, 2016
It is September 1979. I am in high school in Horsforth, a suburb of Leeds, England. My friend Pete had the kind of drum kit every young rocker dreams about - a black Premier Elite with a full battery of single headed concert toms (very Phil Collins). I was hooked.
Published July 20, 2013
We recently stopped in to Rockotlan to listen to a couple of death metal bands and chat up Kleparski about life, zombie movies, animal bones and, not surprisingly, metal music.
Published April 28, 2011
OnMilwaukee.com recently caught up with the current general manager of Walker's Point's Club Anything and the adjoined Elixir Lounge Gary Czaplewski to find out what's next for the bars, if Goth is dead and whether or not absinthe really makes you hallucinate.
Published Jan. 12, 2009
Since opening at 807 S. 5th St., Club Anything has retained its reputation as Milwaukee's premiere Goth bar, but according to owner Todd Novasic, the tag might no longer apply. With his collection of religious icons from his Sanctuary days stashed away in the basement, Novasic says Club Anything isn't the Goth hideaway people think it is. Actually, he says Milwaukee no longer has an authentic Goth bar.
Published April 11, 2007
These were the years (1984-'88) when, more than at any other time in the band's career, The Cure balanced its doomy, gloomy goth rock with light-hearted, infectious pop tunes and somehow made it work.
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