And now for something completely different: YouTuber Christopher G. Brown took stock Teletubbies footage, stripped out the color, and set it to the strains of Joy Division’s ‘Atmosphere.’ Result: Something deeply unsettling, bordering on sinister.
Haunting acoustic song paired with equally haunting imagery from NBC’s Hannibal. Meguid has also been recently featured as a siren, luring pirates to their doom in the BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who.
Artist/filmmaker/musician/warped genius David Lynch (Twin Peaks, Lost Highway, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Mulholland Drive, and so much more) recently released an outtake from the sessions for his The Big Dream album. It’s called ‘Bad the John Boy.’
As you might expect, it’s terrifying.
Get your undead on with ‘Zombie Love,’ a tasty seasonal number from Toronto-based I HATE TODD.
For more suggestions for your Halloween playlist, harken back to our two entries from last year: Gourmet Playlist for Halloween, Part 1 and Gourmet Playlist for Halloween, Part 2.
Raise a glass of something red (and suspiciously viscous) to all the great creepy music out there. If you have a favorite of your own, be sure to mention it in the Comments below. Skoal!
Looks like this video has been around a while – long enough to garner some 24 million YouTube hits – but it’s new to me. Wikipedia describes Die Antwoord (translation: ” The Answer”) like this: “South African rap-rave group whose style draws from the Zef counter-culture movement. Its vocalists are Ninja and Yo-Landi Vi$$er.” OK, then.
I describe this video as the stuff of nightmares. Dig it. Ten$ion (MP3 download at Amazon); Ten$ion (CD from Amazon)