Once again Amy has returned for another episode. Episode Ten contains many of your old favorites as well as new tracks by Hanin Elias and InfraWorrior as well as part 3 of the HP Lovecraft classic, The Colour out of Space for our bedtime story.
And, as a special treat, see if you can pick out when Amy gets the website address wrong. ;)
Our resident goth goddess has returned for another episode of Ominous Refrains. This time she’s featuring some of the classic artists of the genre as well as continuing her reading of HP Lovecraft’s classic short story The Colour Out of Space. Please forgive her for naming the songs in the incorrect order (they are correct in the track listing below), there were issues with lack of coffee (or wine or a psycho boyfriend). (more…)
Our very own goth queen has returned for the Eighth installment of Ominous Refrains. This week Amy plays some of her favorite tracks as well as a track by The Silence Industry which can also be found on our new compilation, GCS 1. (more…)
A day late but Amy has returned for episode 7. This episode features a track by Unwoman who COMA will be interviewing on April 18th, 2011. Be sure to look for that interview soon after. (more…)
Our own mistress ofÂ the dark, Amy Reynolds, returns for the 6th installment of Ominous Refrains. (more…)
This may very well be the last weekly episode of Ominous Refrains. A lot of work goes into making the podcast each week leaving Amy very little time to actually live her life. After this episode, Ominous Refrains will be going to an every other week schedule. (more…)
This weeks episode of Ominous Refrains starts out a track many know from the cover by Nine Inch Nails but we have included the original version of “Dead Souls” by Joy Division. We also have one of Amy’s new found bands that she really likes and close out with an old poem written by j. back in his more goth days (you remember high school right?). (more…)
As mentioned in previous episodes of Ominous Refrains, COMA Music Magazine will be holding a contest to provide closing poems and short stories for the ends of the podcast. We will choose one winner per month and read your work on the podcast. Writing credit will always be given.
What do I need to do?: Write a dark, gothic style short story or poem. For specifics, see #9 in the Official Rules.
What can I win?: The winning submission will be used to end one episode of Ominous Refrains once a month.
Deadline: None, this is an ongoing contest.
Eligibility: Anyone, anywhere in the world able to write some quality gothic prose and/or literature. (more…)