Saturday, 30 October 2010


As the late John Lennon never said: "so, this is Halloween, and what have we done?"

Well, I don't know about you, but we've what we usually do: a musical horror mix for you all. 'Bat Flap' is very seventies and can make any shopping trip seem even more like 'Dawn Of The Dead' than it does normally.

As a last desperate attempt to sell out, this will be available over at Found Objects, VG Plus, Timothy Whites, Martins the Newsagents, Woolworths, Woolco and Mister flipping J's. There is no difference in the mixes available, it's just a scattergun response borne out of creeping desperation for attention.

It will also be broadcast on November 5th over at the reliably excellent The Garden Of Earthly Delights.

Download here. Tracklisting in comments.


Unmann-Wittering said...

James Clarke: House on Straw Hill
James Clarke: Vampyres
Goblin: Withy
Sven Torstenson: Destroyed Dreams
Francesco de Masi: Waiting for The Killer
Charles Gross: Blue Sunshine VII
Alan Hawkshaw: The Intruder
Doris Hays: Scared Trip
Tony Barthele: The Ghost and The Bass
George Todd: Satan’s Sermon
Eskaton: Dagon
Eric Peters: Occult
Jay Richford & Gary Stevan: Fearing Much
Stelvio Cipriani & Goblin: Solamente Nero
Fred Myrow & Malcolm Seagrave: Phantasm
Keith Emerson: Descent into the Cellar
Keith Emerson: Mater Tenebrarum

A Sound Awareness said...

Thanks Paul, I've been really busy of late, I promise to get some bits and bobs done soon!

A Sound Awareness said...

Paul.....great mix. Listening to it (again) at this present moment.