Sunday, July 14, 2013
Friday 8-10pm (GMT-5:00)
playlist for 7/12/2013
Candle Nine – Nachtlich Intro
MiXE1 – Part of me (Defeat Remix)
Jäger 90 – Komm Zeig’s Mir (Roh Variante)
The Legendary Pink Dots – A Star is Born
Jeremiah Whitman – Rip My Heart Out (Dethcentrik Remix)
Aesthetic Perfection – Antibody (Single Version)
for all the emptiness – prayers (dance mix by icon of coil)
Volt 9000 – Tower
Download – JirAFFE from the planet Sanders
Halcyon Days – Tetrarchy
JUNKSISTA – Liebe 2.0 (Kant Kino Mix)
The Heavenly Creatures – We Exist Now
Interface-It Begins Today-Club Revolution mix
VIRGINS O.R PIGEONS – Time to die
Skinny Puppy – illisiT
Covenant – Last Dance
Veil of Thorns – Nervous Piety Theorem
iVardensphere – Calibrating the God Machine V3
Cryogenic Echelon – Hate Yourself (Ruinizer Remix)
Mindless Self Indulgence – Witness
ESA – If I Could Hurt You All Over Again, I Would
Comaduster – Futureproof Design
The Peoples Republic Of Europe – Subspace
Front Line Assembly – Ghosts (Greg Reely Remix)
ROUGHHAUSEN – U Better Run (First Black Pope Remix)
Monday, December 26, 2011
The Necrofuturist Illuminati were set up for "gothronomic intriguing rather than in speculation", the Necrofuturist Illuminati became "much more characteristic of a cross-dimensional militia in action than a disorder with initiations." P. Emerson Williams' contempt for certain exoteric pursuits - as a "thing-in-itself" - was widely known: "... in Williams' system the phraseology of Gothraism, the Necrolistic legends of Freemasonry, the mystical imaginings of the Fartinistes, play at first no part at all. For all forms of 'gothosophy,' gnoccicism, refined spiritsism, and musick-magick Williams expresses nothing but contemporaneousness, and the Doze-Croix Necromasons are bracketed with the Necruits by the Necrofuturist Illuminati as enemas it is necessary to out-twit at every turn. Consequently no degree of Doze-Croix finds a place in Williams' system, as in all the other Gothtronic orders of the day which drew their influence from Beastern or Crabalistic sources."
UK Decay – Unexpected Guest
Veil of Thorns – A Craven Slave Design
Experiment Haywire - New World Order Show (Fernthal Highway mix)
Miserylab - Stand in Line
Attrition - Mind Drop
Thomas Jude Barclay Morrison - The Plague Doctor
Esben And The Witch – Warpath
Pictureplane - Goth Star (Brenmar Remix)
NO VIRGIN - Cocaine and Ashes
Controlled Bleeding – Trawlers Song
White Ring - Feather (Story of Isaac Remix)
Saturday, December 10, 2011
DJ Derfel. He has played sets in the virtual world of Second Life and has shows on several web radio stations: Strangeways Radio, Nightbreed Radio, Cathedral13, Deathrock Radio and Dark Italia. Writings of DJ Derfel can also be found within the pages of Ascension Magazine, a goth,postpunk,alternative,darkindie,electro etc italian independent magazine,
You should bookmark his site, catch up with the podcasts archived there and tune in on Nightbreed Radio early and often.
Originally aired September 2011
Listen below or download at http://www.djderfel.eu/?p=1255
Derfrock Intro (The Vanishing)
Hatesex – A Rose Without Eyes
Mt.Sims – Hellbent
Camp Z – The Casualty II
Sleeping Dogs Wake – Walk On
Veil Of Thorns – Bizarre Political Threat Rites
Shadow Project – Static Jesus
Chrysalis Morass – Unveil
Insanasomnia – Prier Our Ne Plus Prier
Miguel And The Living Dead – Aliens Wear Sunglasses
The Eternal – I’ll Jump And I’ll Go
Play Dead – Sins Of Sins
Killing Joke – Frenzy
Varjo – Joku Sytytti Kynttilan
Mephisto Walz – The Beast Within
Saturday, November 26, 2011
Satan's Tastemakers is dedicated to netlabels, free music, crowd funded and sourced and Creative Commons releases. Co-hosts P. Emerson Williams and TheeBradMiller socialize, wine and dine and indentify the most prolific and interesting free music outlets on the web to offer you info on the best in free music, and seek to unearth artists and labels who have found new methods for music distribution in a fertile digital media landscape.
P2P, copying and sharing is the devil's work, so therefore, we are Satan's Tastemakers!
In this era of Disney's infinite copyright, when public domain films can be pulled out again and people who should be charged with finding terrorists are raiding file sharers, it's time to let the mainstream industry wall itself off and avail oneself of the bounty offered by artists and labels who are operating in the current reality and not the previous. Spettro Records are a true collective with a well thought out philosophy and manifesto. They are more an exploration than a way to grab attention. The work they present encompasses sonic experiments along with photography, drawing and painting. Ankst are an established band in their chosen genre who decided that the art is the reason they're doing it and therefore all their art is free. We get a privileged look into their palacial facilities, but not a tour of the extensive grounds this time...
Saturday, November 21, 2009
There is a theme, but an as yet nebulous one. I'm pulling together phenomena and experiences connected with art movements of the last hundred years and the corresponding societal upheavals that ran concurrently and which had an enormous impact on the birth, life and death of those art movements.
At the same time, I'm meditating on the similarities and interconnectedness of art and cultural groups and cults, magickal groups, religions, philosophical paradigm shifts and the growth they spur as well as the devastation they leave in their wake, both psychick and materially manifest.
And there's a book I'm desperately looking for, don't know the name of it, but its effect on people who read it seems to have been similar to the fictional King in Yellow.
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Creator: Veil of Thorns
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Keywords: VEIL OF THORNS; NECROFUTURIST; salon apocalypse; soundscape; ambient; gothic
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Friday, May 15, 2009
Show dedicated to my dearly departed friend: Dave Szulborski
Information: In the SLEEPCHAMBER bit, John Zewizz and co. gives updates on the band, shares tracks from the forthcoming album “Stolen Sleep”, and thanks the fans and collaborators who have supported the return of SLEEPCHAMBER.
Exerpt from Cirxus, a FoolishPeople production written and directed by John Harrigan. This psycho-audio sequence is produced and performed by P. Emerson Williams and directed by John Harrigan. A promenade performance will run from 25th May - 13th June 2009 in Arcola Theatre’s new industrial space, Studio K in London.
Friday, April 24, 2009
My fine colleagues at Alterati.com let me hijack the show and with the help of James Curcio and Anna Young, what you can hear here was dramatized:
This unique episode takes you through a number of open-ended tales, told by the voices of a schizophrenic internal monologue. It can be taken as the voices in the mind of a sleeper, on the brink of sleep, or a mental patient, strapped into a bed in a moldy room in an asylum. Maybe these events happened, or have yet to happen. That’s for you to decide.
In addition to your loving host, this show features the voice acting talents of P. Emerson Williams and Anna Young, and the music includes much atmospheric material from Veil of Thorns and Ariana van Gelder.
Strap yourself in, put on the headphones, and enjoy the show.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
The mixes are my usual thick and resonating things, as they were before I sent them off to the masterful mastering of Ari. Contents need to be decanted as they may throw off a sediment....
The image is the gateway to the file, and the player below starts the stream.
Artist/Composer: Veil of Thorns
Keywords: goth; experimental; Veil of Thorns; deathrock; gothic; dark; music
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Monday, April 20, 2009
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Described as a "stick of dynamite strapped to reality," (Scenery Zine), subQtaneous is a diverse conceptual, collaborative album. It carves new soundscapes ranging from brutal, pounding industrial to sarcastic hip hop set over carnival music to delicately layered trance. It has been compared to Pigface, probably due to its format, as well as Coil, Mr Bungle, the Tapeworm project, and Frank Zappa. Download File - 44.0 MB
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Friday, April 17, 2009
Further dissection of the sounds. I had some radio signals coming through the guitar as I laid down the tracks, and I've made liberal use of them here. Unlike the album itself, I layered, layered the layers and added extra layers to boot.
I think my machines feaked out and became possessed in the process.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
A special one for this dark and cool evening. Click the picture for to download.
I made this outta the bass tracks from the album. Mostly you're hearing one track of bass with no layers but the real-time FX, though there are a couple points where the cello creeps in.
A few inexplicable voices emerged that weren't recorded by me. If it fits as a soundtrack for your evening, I want to hear the story.
Monday, April 13, 2009
This was the point right before I was driving myself mad with lyrics. I don't know why its such an effort with me, for I do like the process, and I used to write in great profusion.
While I was digging up the original india ink logo. (For I lost the scan I had previously during a relentless scourge of files from my hard drive). I came across these two old Veil Of Thorns gig flyers. I remember those kids who opened up for us.
And to this day, Orifice remains one of my favourite band names:
And one put together by Mr. Zewizz @ the Rat (RIP):
Monday, April 6, 2009
In this episode guest host P. Emerson Williams brings us a transmission of unknown provenance. It could be a fever dream, or a love note from the near future. It could be the climax of a tale told by a time-traveling messenger, or the dénouement of the fantasies of a madman. Then we have an excerpt from a chapter of Lives of Ilya, a novel from Mythos Media written by Tara Vanflower and lushly illustrated by Daniele Serra read by Jarboe and including a haunting soundtrack by Tara. Additional music by subQtaneous and Veil of Thorns.