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Photos by Andy Roe // Text via Hull Daily Mail A nostalgic collection of images of people partying in Spiders nightclub in Hull in the 1980’s have been found in a cupboard. From quiffs that rival Danny Zuko’s to eyeliner that would champion the late David Bowie, in true Spiders style

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If you are an avid reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we are HUGE fans of 80’s Deathrock/Goth Culture. So when I saw this feature on Dazed Digital about the 80’s Yorkshire Goth scene, I felt it was my duty to share part of it with you….plus, some

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Today I feel like taking a step back into a time when Deathrock ruled my world. I was not alone in this form of expression because there were many people like me all over the world. I loved going vintage shopping for the perfect trench coat and then heading over

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Growing up in the 80’s gave me the opportunity to see how one subculture could have an impact on another.In L.A., it was totally normal to see someone in the punk scene to cover their face in white pancake make up and then do something interesting with black eyeliner. This was

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I love looking at epic photos from the past…So today I wanted to share with you these spot on photos of 80’s Goths – all of these flicks were taken by Dino Ignani.…ALL HAIL ALL BLACK!

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Now This is Gothic site / NTIG facebook The Postpunk Project: Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace facebook / The Postpunk Project site Hi Marloes…tell us a bit about your background…where are you from? I am from the Netherlands. I grew up in a boring suburb in the centre of the country. I

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This has been a killer year for CVLT Nation, and one of the coolest things about this year has been the humans we have met, some only in the virtual world and others in both. There have also been some sad times, the biggest being the untimely passing of Kenn

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Massive hair and evil eyes defined the Death Rock style of the 80s, the actually super fly precursor to today’s mostly cheesy goth and 100% terrible emo fashion. In my opinion, these women look amazing and are style icons; I have no idea where those bastard babies of Death Rock

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