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SOUND⚡WAVES | Volume 6

SOUND⚡WAVES | Volume 6

This is not a halloween playlist. Yes, it's being released in October. And yes, it's chock full of spooky tracks that'll raise the hairs on the back of yer neck. But if you're looking to practice your Thriller choreo or sing along to The Ghostbusters Theme, keep on scrolling... this is not the playlist for you.
Curated by our girl DJ Waves and packed with downright witchy vocals, guitar licks that scream like bloody murder, drums that'll get your heart pumping, Deep South front porch stomps, and a hellish overtone so palpable, so ominous, yet so fricken cool that you'll consider selling your heavenly soul to the dark side in exchange for a life of moody rock clubs, black magic voodoo and old leather jackets with all the zippers on them, late nights with questionable company, and a taste for blood and dark rum served neat.
Featuring Nick Cave, Santana, Skip Jones, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Bob Dylan, The Cramps, Muddy Waters, Led Zeppelin, Garbage, Yoko Ono, Ronn Zombie and more.

"If you were expecting a commercial Halloween playlist-you’ve come to the wrong place.

As much as I dread the death of summer, few things excite me like the ushering in of fall and all that comes with it; the colours, the tastes, the moodiness and mysticism. Those mild days where the sun is shining, nature has turned a burnt orange/red hue, and a crisp breeze rolls in to caress your cheeks while you’re out for a drive with the windows down as long as possible. I don’t ever really think of October as “Halloween” and one singular day.

It’s the time when all of the crazy shit that I like is finally socially acceptable. It’s a fresh start as the weather changes and nature breathes in a fresh season. The lighthearted-ness of summer traded for a romantic, melancholic vibe. There’s a sense of mystery in the air and adventure lurking in the shadows. Life becomes slightly darker, sexier, and more interesting. October is a time to fully embrace the weirdness and celebrate all that is creepy, strange, and off-beat." DJ Waves

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