The Return Of Friday Night Is Rockabilly Night 159

Hallowe’en rockabilly special- yes, it has to be The Cramps and The Creature From The Black leather Lagoon (off 1990’s top drawer Cramp-fest Stay Sick). This video is NSFW. In fact, it may not be safe for home either.

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Histoire D’horreur

Even if Hallowe’en and trick or treating really gets on your tits you should suspend your cynicism for as long as it takes to listen to this mix Andy Votel has done for his Finders Keepers label, made up of forty snippets from obscure European horror soundtracks. This goes way beyond doing the monster mash and pretending to be a zombie. Free download for today only.

Last Pulse

Treat.
Another Hallowe’en related post, for all my saying I’m not a fan. This is an eerie slice of breakbeat led, 80s horror film indebted electronica and very good it is too, from Slighter whose apocalyptic romance Our Own End I posted a while back. Available for free from Bandcamp. Well worth the email address exchange involved.

All Hallow’s Eve

Trick or treat? Neither, go away you pesky kids.

I’m not a big fan of Hallowe’en but it gives me the excuse to post this slightly disturbing picture from the USA in 1959 and this mix from Mr Weatherall from this time last year- an hours worth of spooky sounds and plenty of 50s and 60s rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and psych, featuring amongst others Gin Gillette, Sparkle Moore and Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads (with Cramps’ cover Goo Goo Muck).

Mulletover Halloween 2011 Mix

Spooky Weatherall Mix


It’s Halloween. Here’s a special spooky, horror themed mix Mr Andrew Weatherall did for Mulletover. Be careful out there tonight.