For many, there is a feeling of peace and calm inside the walls of a church. Our protagonist was hoping for the same feeling and a brief respite after a stressful few days. What he found instead, chilled him to the core and brought him face to face with a familiar foe. Incidental background sounds provided by Rock’d Soul Radio’s
Wednesday’s Weird Stories returns after it’s brief hiatus with one of my favorite Lovecraft tales. The Music of Erich Zann weaves a harmony of supernatural horror and mystery in true Lovecraft fashion. One of the things I really enjoy about H.P.’s short stories is that you don’t really need to ever meet the “monster” to have the fear of it.
This week’s story falls more into the weird realm for me rather than the paranormal or spooky. There are themes throughout The Invisible Girl that challenge not only the sensibilities of the day, but are still things that we consider taboo today. What do you do when love does not seem to fit into the expectations of those around you?
Music has long been the voice of protest. Antifa brings an instrumental challenge to the way we think, act, and live. Started as a side project from the band Alewife, Mitch McNeil and Miguel Gonzalez bring you a full album of music designed to push your perspectives into new realms. Tune in at 9, 12, and 3 to hear the
You might want to have some tissues at hand for this week’s story. Listen in as we hear the tale of a young girl’s struggle through life in a world that just doesn’t seem to make sense. While this tale is fiction, it is based in the unfortunate reality that today’s youth face. In a unique twist that is not
Continuing the theme of background groove music, Luna Gala brings a psychedelic, funky mix to your day. They also use the term, “shoegaze” to describe their music. I always had a picture in my head of what exactly that meant, and “Volume 1” certainly lived up to that. It was really easy to get lost in the music and suddenly
Told through the style of a journal, this tale by Guy de Maupassant is a haunting one that makes you question all those around you. We often think of criminals as easy to spot and recognize, but that is certainly not always the case. Unfortunately, there is likely a great number of criminals around you hiding in plain sight. They
Recorded live at Emporium in Wicker Park, this set of tunes is a great representation of Mr. Constant’s on stage energy. This trio of progressive, jam rockers will give you a great soundtrack to your workday or just relaxing around the house. Give the guys some love on their facebook and bandcamp pages and don’t forget to tune in at
There’s a little less spooky going on this week, but R.W. Chambers still paints a vivid picture of the haunting nature of lost love. This tale is part of a larger collection of stories under the title of The King in Yellow and I’m sure we will be dipping back into this volume again in the near future. In the
We are totally changing things up for this week and I think you’re going to love it! Morphius is the first real time that Rock’d Soul Radio has dipped into the electronic world and I think this is a great start. The music and lyrics drift between lively pop dance tracks and sinister vibes that just leave you feeling unsure