Add Band - Add Festival - Add Article
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Monday, 27 October 2008 21:13

Promote your Club, Band, Festival, Business or Event.

 

The basic steps are pretty simple

  • Register on the website
  • or Login  (on the left or at the top) 
  • Use the Club Form, use the Add Article link.  Articles cover everything, then we sort them into categories.

 

  • Add a Club

  • Add an Band

  • Add a Festival Listing

  • New Festival for which there isn't a category ?  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   and I will add it!

  • Want to write a Travel article ?  for the Gothic Travel section

  • Hotel Review ?   Band Review ?

  

How does this all work ?

     Once logged in you will see an extra item on the left menu

     Add Article - Band

     Click on that, or here, and you will be presented with a WYSIWYG Editor a little like MS-Word or many other web page editors out there.

     Enter your article.

  • Title
  • Body
  • Links & Pictures

     Select the Category & Section it will go into - these are down the bottom.

     Hit Save (in the top right, I hope to improve this)

     Wait a little while for the Article to be Published

     Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   with any questions, category suggestions, etc.
 

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KommunityFK  - Legendary OG Hollywood Deathrock     |69.171.160.xxx |2011-05-17 07:37:23
Kommunity FK was created by Patrik Mata in 1978 in the midst of the LA punk
explosion.
Unknowingly, Patrik's new musical genre became a cross between post
punk against a darker gloom that became the genesis of American
gothic/deathrock.
Kommunity FK's beginnings were raw. Mata's influences of
William S. Burroughs, Jean Cocteau, Salvador Dali, and early Bowie were woven
through a dreamy musical side combined with experimental synthesized art punk.
Mata's visionary soundscapes were all his own.

The original pronunciation of
Mata's new creation was "Kommunity Fuck".
Very daring for the time
when the later part of the band name was the top word of what was then known as
the FCC's 'seven words not to be uttered' list. Changed by Mata to
"Kommunity FK" so promoters back in the day had no problem placing the
headliners name on their marquees.
The FK has stuck throughout the decades
ever since the bands ...
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