Nightspectre wrote:To me, what really matters is that you took the time to explore goth's roots. You don't have to fall all over the floor when you hear one of their songs, or even have them as your favorite bands. Although, because you have taste in darker music you are bound to like some songs from any one of those bands.
I've found that a large part of being goth is exploring your own aesthetic, and being an individual. I don't think any two goth's music collections on this site are exactly the same, nor is their sense of style, interests, hobbies, or personalities for that matter. Any "goth" who wants you to change yourself for them clearly misses the point.
Letalis Senium wrote: or else end up a dino-goth, a relic - whatever your age.
Letalis Senium wrote:That is bizarre and cool H, I have a new destination - https://www.thursford.com/default.aspx Lots of steam engines and mechanical organs.
DarklyInclined wrote:Well, at least it wasn't Norwich's most famous DJ...
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