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Come join the ghost of Jacob Marley at his annual Xmas haunt party at the stroke of midnight where all the Pagan rites of Yule and Midwinter are celebrated! Electronic meets traditional and jazz in this collection of Public Domain favorites ONLY on Bandcamp for $1. https://drsnik.bandcamp.com/album/jacob-marleys-xmas-party
As we head into the last week of October, here are a bunch of recently-released boo-tiful tunes to get you in the Halloween spirit: Creature Feature covers The Hearse Song Last year they gave us “Grim Grinning Ghosts” and this year they’re covering “The Hearse Song”; I like this tradition and hope that Creature Feature... Read more »
Sinister music stalwart Slasher Dave has served up a spooky synthwave treat that can’t be beat with “Night of the Jack-O-Lantern”, 8 tracks of menacing moody music that reference classic 80s horror movie scores from Goblin, Frizzi, Carpenter, etc., with that ineffable Slasher Dave vibe. This is music to stalk by! Listen & purchase at... Read more »
BRAND NEW VIDEO featuring Mitch Markowitz (Super Hippy) and Sara Taylor: https://youtu.be/TXUPYnImP04 In the tradition of the classic Monster Mash, Dr. Snik presents a Halloween party song that crosses the Leslie Gore classic “It’s My Party”, “Too Sexy For My Car” by Right Said Fred and Rob Zombie. It features Mitch Markowitz @IMTVSUPERHIPPY as Super... Read more »
Sean Keller, co-writer of Hulu & Blumhouse’s ALL THAT WE DESTROY and composer/creator of SLASHED! The Musical, has created two albums of Halloween music – “The Killer Sounds of Halloween” (2019) and “Return of the Killer Sounds of Halloween” (2020). Here’s the thing, though – while both albums present as compilations assembled from very different... Read more »