Good morning, lovelies! Yes, I’ve done another goth tag listing my Perfect Imperfections. I saw this tag done by a fellow goth YouTuber, skullgirdle, and decided to do it, too. In this tag, I list 3 things I like about myself and 3 things I do NOT like about myself. Of course, I have more than 3 likes and dislikes, but the tag only calls for 3 each.
I hope you all enjoy this tag. What are YOUR perfect imperfections? Feel free to comment and/or make your own video on this tag.
Hello, my dear SoulFlowers! A few weeks back, I shared with you all my 10 Goth Clichés and today, I’m sharing my 10 Ungoth Confessions. This is a short list of my likes and dislikes that I have that are…GASP!…not goth. Some of you will, no doubt, share some of my likes and dislikes.
I hope you enjoy this video. Is there anything ungoth that you would like to confess to? Feel free to ‘fess up and share in the comments.
Album Cover courtesy of Discogs
Hello, dear SoulFlowers! You might be wondering, “What’s up with the title?” Or maybe not. A few months ago, a question was asked: “Can you be a goth without listening to goth music?” in which many of us answered. My answer was, “No”. A few other goths disagreed. After much discussion, another question started floating around YouTube:
“Okay. So how many bands do you need to listen to in order to be a goth?”
I think this is a good question and I have an answer, which you can see in this video:
In the second part of the video, I discuss goth fashion and how extreme you need to be to embrace the goth lifestyle. I won’t tell you here, but you can check out my answer in the video.
Do you agree with my answers in the video? Why or why not? Please share in the comments.
Title pic and above pic courtesy of Creative Commons (Source)
Hello, dear Soulflowers! I’m featuring a new series on this blog and on my channel, called Gothic Mixtapes: Music For The Darkly Inclined. There was a discussion on YouTube a couple months ago in response to this question: “Can You Still Be A Goth Without The Music?”. I will create a post that answers that question (if you don’t want to wait another week, you can look at my response video here). I believe that the music is the backbone of the goth subculture, but not everyone agrees.
Either way, I realized that I don’t have much (if any) goth music on my channel. This is a problem for me since I believe that the music is very important. So, I decided to change that and create a playlist featuring some luscious, dark tunes. I’ve included lyrics so you can watch the video, or you can simply just listen to it. I hope you all enjoy these tracks. If you’d like for me to include any gothic music, please let me know in the comments.
Peace, love & darkness,
0:10 – “Sideshow” by The Wake (Album: 7″ single)
4:30 – “Children Of The Light” by Eva O. Halo Experience (Album: Demons Fall For An Angel’s Kiss)
8:54 – “Still Born Still Life” by Christian Death (Album: The Rage Of Angels)
11:32 – “Falling” by Athamay (Album: The Pleasure Of Sin)
16:04 – “Nightfeast” by Written In Ashes (Album: Eternal)
21:18 – “You (-Das)” by Diary Of Dreams (Album: Psychoma?)
26:19 – “Awfully Sinister” by Suspiria (Album: Drama)
30:56 – “Incendiary Lover” by Gitane Demone (Album: Love For Sale)
35:05 – “Topanga Canyon Torture” by The Phantom Limbs (Album: Random Hymns)
40:07 – “Ritual And Tradition” by Angels Of Liberty (Album: Touch The Daemon)