Tag: The Ghost Of Christmas

The Ghost Of Christmas: Dead Can Dance’s Dionysus

Dead Can Dance returned this year with their best album in 25 years, a haunting and dark oratorio about the god of debauchery. It’s easily one of the best albums of 2018.

The Ghost Of Christmas: Dead Can Dance’s Dionysus

Dead Can Dance returned this year with their best album in 25 years, a haunting and dark oratorio about the god of debauchery. It’s easily one of the best albums of 2018.

The Ghost Of Christmas: The Beach Boys, “The Gong”

The sound of a demon ravaged individual confronting himself amidst a noisy, almost progressive rock accompaniment. It’s an extremely dark journey into a troubled soul…

The Ghost Of Christmas: Sir Christopher Lee Reads Poe’s “The Black Cat”

A literary masterpiece read by one of the great actors of the 20th Century.

The Ghost Of Christmas: Henry James, “The Jolly Corner”

A fantastic radio play interpretation of a classic early 20th century Christmas ghost story.

The Ghost Of Christmas: Pete Shelley, “Sky Yen”

We pay tribute to the late, great Pete Shelley by revisiting a disturbing and dense experimental tape piece from his teenage years before he started his band, the Buzzcocks.

The Ghost Of Christmas: This Mortal Coil, “I Come And Stand At Every Door”

A haunting and thought-provoking antiwar message.

The Ghost Of Christmas: E.B. The Younger, “Used To Be”

The debut single from a new Midlake-related project is an enticingly wistful and poignant song.

The Ghost Of Christmas: Ambrose Bierce, “Moonlit Road”

A spooky radio play from one of American literature’s finest writers.

The Ghost Of Christmas: Pearls Before Swine, “Translucent Carriages”

A haunting walk through the woods from a definitive album released 50 years ago and whose maker sadly passed away this year.