Showing posts from April, 2015

In Honour to Little Corp Goth Girl, Sylvie

 A couple of days ago, when I was on my break, and having a rubbish day for Thor only knows why. I felt down and decided to catch up on some blog reading. I had saw that Little Corp Goth Girl had written her latest post. As I started reading it, I realised that she had mentioned my name, which felt strange that I had inspired her from the comment I posted it seemed serial and mind blowing all at once.

It originally started off with Sylvie discussing her passion for Danse Macabre, which reminded me of song I listened to and called Danse Macabre and composed by Camille Saint- SaĆ«n, based on the radio's Host's description of Death Dancing in Cemetery.

I love reading Sylvie's blog and feel she very open about herself. Over the last few months, since I've started seriously getting into blogging as though I gotten to know her and her family through it. I find her perspective very interesting and unusual as both a former Goth who renounced and rejoined through her journey has…
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Gig at the Globe

On Friday the 28th of March, I attended a live Gig at the Globe - a local pub in Newcastle that holds alternative nights and live bands. My partner was excited, as one his favourite musicians were playing, Nic Wood a local artist from the North East. Also, the line-up included RJS and Cypher16 two bands I never heard of before.
I've seen Nic Wood at a few local gigs previously, the only way to describe his performance is an immensely talented, passionate artist, and every single performance resembles someone having a psychotic breakdown. He's certainly is one of the only acoustics' guitarists who can out-perform an electric guitarist, I've heard. Nick performed every song with his intense and raw tumultuous sound to the point during the first song he broke his guitar pick. Afterwards, Nic was discussing with the boyfriend about his upcoming album with his band, I've heard the album, and it blew my socks off along with my new rocks. I highly recommend you…