Armed with strobes and a bottle of the monks’ best tonic, we descended once more into the 13th Note with two of London’s best not-goth-really bands, Terminal Gods and dressmaker, with support terrifyingly provided by Glasgow’s own nightmarish Natalie Pryce. Nothing could ever be the same again.
Date: 16th July 2014
Venue: The 13th Note
Our good friends from darkest Huddersfield, the mighty Rhombus, joined us with Edinburgh spooksters for our first trip into the dungeon below The 13th Note.
Date: 28th June 2014
Venue: The 13th Note
The first gig of 2014, featuring Japanese cyberpunks PSYDOLL, supported by Edinburgh’s answer to The Prodigy: Metaltech. Local support from Glasgow’s finest noisemakers, Damnable Contraption.
Date: 6th February 2014
Venue: The Classic Grand
Whilst we prepare for new adventures in 2015, DJ Catnip is now playing a fortnightly goth/disco radio show on Subcity Radio, called Heartbreak Beat, playing new and exciting dark music, as well as all the non-dancefloor-friendly stuff that even we couldn’t get away with!
Give it a listen, get in the mood for a danse, and we’ll be back next year!
Unfortunately, last week’s Danse Macabre has turned out to be our last monthly night at The Classic Grand. It wasn’t a pleasant decision to make, but we felt the club could no longer feasibly continue.
Next month would have been our fourth birthday, and to have been playing such a bizarre mix of music for four years (“who the hell would go to a goth disco night?”) has been nothing but a pleasure. We hope we introduced some interesting music to some interesting people.
All being well, you can still catch us doing guest slots at Asylum and elsewhere, and we did promise one zine for later this year. We won’t be gone forever, there are still more daft records in our collections that you need to hear.
Thanks to everyone who came to the gigs, helped us PR, guest DJed with us, bought us drinks, sent us records, supported us, and most of all to everyone who just came along and danced in a sea of smoke and lights. You were all stars.
All our Modern Love,