Yoooo, what up the fuck is, motherfuckers and fuckermothers?! Emo-muthafuckin’-clew to a very special installment of the Vantablack & Neon Edition. That’s right, muthafuckas, I’m talkin’ ‘bout volume six-hundred-sixty-muthafuckin’-six! I mean, not reeeeally. Shit, I haven’t even done 600 fuckin’ editions of this podcast altogether yet. No, no, it’s volume 666 because all of us with functioning genitals and brains are celebrating the muthafuckin’ season of spoop, and who could be fuckin’ spoopier than Satan? He’s pretty much the king of spoop, ya know? Certainly so if you spent most of your life believing the silly bullshit fables of Christianity. Me, I outgrew that a long time ago when I decided to stop feeling guilt for doing shit that felt good. Pretty fuckin’ simple, axe-cially.
But hey, you didn’t press play to hear a fuckhead extraordinaire such as myself yammer on about religion. You came for fucktacular wiggly air, and fucktacular wiggly air we shall yojne soon. For those uninitiated, the Vantablack & Neon editions are made up of goth & industrial shit (veering liberally beyond genre boundaries, I might add), and synthwave/retrowave/bananawave, you know the shit. Think of the intro music to Stranger Things and you basically got the idea of synthwave. Goth is more like darker and slower punk, and good lord are women vocalists better than the men in that genre. Industrial just uses more pulsating drums, more distorted vocals, typically some sort of driving melody. Honestly though, all of these aforementioned genres have their subgenres, and artists are always evolving in unpredictable directions that bend and break the more typical elements of their genres.
Also, I ought to mention that only a handful of these tracks are from older editions. Some are just classic tracks that I felt like throwing in. I’m not 100% sure right now because I’m not yet done cutting tracks, but I’m pretty sure this shit is going to be around 5 ½ hours. What in the ever-loving fuck can I say? I just get carried the fuck away with certain editions, and some of the tracks that fit the Vantablack theme are ones that I’ve been listening to for damn near 30 fuckin’ years. I was kinda raised on the shit, although neither of my parents could ever hang w/ it. There were some good times with my dad at Manson shows in the late 90s, but I can’t with Manson anymore. On a similar note, I was going to include the fantastic track After Dark by Mr.Kitty on this edition, and then I found out what he did. Sooo yeah, can’t be supporting him either now. Look it up if you’re curious.
All that shit done did and fuckin’ said, let us commence this preciously spoopy fuckin’ yojne!
01 Fixions - Yajna (from Requiem for the Serpents World) [00:01:48]