Thunderously laughing with a great sense of malice and mischief, October has finally sashayed it’s dark humor and dripping bloody cape upon us. With its army of the undead and scarecrows creating makeshift eerie music, it’s bound to get the bones shaking and moving. Here are some definite cool kids branding the Halloween as their own with anthem with ghostly hums and rhythmic beats. – Hola Pauline
“In The Room Where You Sleep” – Dead Man’s Bones
Talented way beyond belief, Ryan Gosling lacks nothing as he takes on the vocalist role of rock duo Dead Man’s Bones. A soundtrack for the highly talked about 21st century horror movie, The Conjuring, the single sends paranoia and goosebumps to anyone alone in a dark dark room.
“Deep Green” – Marika Hackman
With haunt and quiver wrapped in Marika Hackman’s melodic voice, she transports the mind to a cinematic life or death chase deep in the green jungle wilderness.
“Halloweenhead” – Ryan Adams
Influenced by the old rock n’ roll, Ryan Adams croons about the true horror of life–the mind and it’s dark and twisted subconsciousness that sprout out late at night.
“Monster” – Michael Jackson
The King of Pop may be long gone but his undeniable iconic hits are still well alive and moonwalking to the right dance beat of the drum.
“16 Psyche” – Chelsea Wolfe
Gothic and undeniably unique, Chelsea Wolfe stays true to her dark colors with her recent ‘Hiss Spun’ album release.