Archive for the 'Halloween' Category

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

Best Halloween mix you’re likely to see all season…courtesy of Grey Haas. Save a couple tracks the collection is comprised of 25 vintage spookers spanning 1958-1966. Tracklisting/download after the jump. Boo.

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

Halloween isn’t that tough to spell. But anytime I write or type the word, I find myself subconsciously singing Wade Denning and Kay Lande’s “Halloween.” Released on Golden Records in 1969 as part of a record titled Halloween: Games, Songs and Stories, it’s one of many songs on the album aimed at kids and their […]

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Horror films have always straddled the line between sex and violence. One could say the same about porn. Put the two genres together and add a heavy dose of irony and psychedelic drugs and you get something that approximates Jesus Franco’s 1971 film Vampyros Lesbos. In fact, all politics aside, there is nothing really horrific […]

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Back from the dead. We are Mondo Boys — a NY/LA mixtape/sound collage collaborative. This is our 2010 Halloween mix. Grab last year’s here.  Mucho take it easy. – MB  (mondo boys are: n. punwar, m. schanzlin, j. gage and m. griffin) MP3: Son of Mondo Boys, A Halloween Mixtape + After the jump…..mix details/tracklisting

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

If you’re looking for a Halloween radio programme to get you geared for the weekend, I have you covered this Friday on my show. If you don’t have the satellite radio hookup you can always do the free, three day, trial. Things will be bouncing all over the place focused on the absurd, the weird […]

Monday, October 25th, 2010

Back from last year by request. We are Mondo Boys — a NY/LA mixtape/sound collage collaborative. We’re back to fuck with your Halloween, just like you knew we would. Here’s 27 minutes of spooky weirdness. Mucho take it easy. – MB + After the jump…..mix details/tracklisting/zipped folder

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

One of the most unique, unheralded albums of the 60s, the C.A. Quintet’s Trip Thru Hell was a small indie pressing of under 500 from the Candy Floss label, making it a very rare 1968/1969 release. Originals will set you back a pretty penny, but for the die hard may be worth it considering the […]