Line Out Music & the City at Night

Monday, December 10, 2012

Fun, '80s Hell

Posted by on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 10:10 AM

(Crocodile) Imagine you are walking through an empty street in a small town. It's foggy and dark and it's also the '80s, so the music that scores your stroll kind of sounds like Depeche Mode. Except, if you haven't already guessed, you are in a low-budget horror movie, so all that synth turns out to be less than friendly—it casts a distorted, sinister haze on everything. It's still catchy, though. You'll make it to your babysitting gig after all! Right? Even though the music is getting louder and more paralyzing by the minute... and the family you're going to meet for the first time are actually the Grave Babies... and zero babies are involved. Instead, they are a Seattle goth-pop trio and they have a chamber to hell (fun, '80s hell) in their basement.


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