Category: Music of the Week

Music of the Week – Kory Clarke – Opium Hotel

Hello, my dear readers. For this time, I want to propose you a little oddity that I found some time ago. It’s the tile track off the first album of Mr Kory Clarke, the leader of the late ’80s/early 90s band Warrior Soul (one of the best and less understood of their times), recorded in […]

Sunday January 15th, 2017 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Marilyn Manson – Coma White

Happy new year, my fellow readers! May be this 2017 a less troublesome year for us all. Many things have shaken the world during the past year, and we’re living a time marked by great doubts, partial visions and global paranoia. However, life goes on and still offers a lot of positive possibilities to all […]

Thursday January 5th, 2017 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Zakk Wylde – Lost Prayer

2016 hasn’t been a very easy year, but fortunately there have been some nice surprises too. One of them is the return of the acoustic/introspective version of Zakk Wylde (of Ozzy Osbourne’s and Black Label Society fame) with a direct sequel of Zakk’s first solo album, Book of Shadows, released twenty years ago. I didn’t […]

Sunday November 20th, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Maria João Pires – Chopin – Nocturne No. 13 in C minor Op. 48 No. 1

Time for some music of a very different kind from the composition that I usually post here…for the first time since the inception of illusion city, I’ll share some classical music to you, which I listen fondly but rarely share or talk about. This is one of my favorite composition from Chopin’s Nocturnes played by […]

Tuesday November 1st, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Death in June – Cathedral of Tears (Studio II)

Hi guys, it’s time to post a neo-folk song, a genre that I haven’t exposed much on these pages but that I’m very fond of… This is a song from (the very controversial for some) Death in June, one of the most influent bands (even if the only permanent member for decades has been the […]

Sunday October 23rd, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Dave Vanian and the Phantom Chords – Haunted Garage

Hello, my fellow readers…long time no see, eh? :) I’ve completed the trascription of the update for the Caraco’s article, I only miss some quotes from a book that I haven’t access to now, but I will in the next days. Meanwhile, after a long time, let me to share a good tune with you. […]

Sunday October 2nd, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Psychoviolets – Too Little Too Late + News

I did some other minor tweaks to the site: I corrected the cinematografo.it links in the cinema reviews page (they changed their site structure some time ago and thus the link didn’t work), marked a broken link, added a new one and updated a copy of the Philippe Billè’s essay on the Albert Caraco article […]

Sunday June 5th, 2016 in Music of the Week, News | No Comments »

Music of the Week – Screaming Dead – A Dream of Yesterday

Hello, my fellow readers…long time no see,uh?   I’ve been really busy with my personal life, so I haven’t got time to transcribe and upload the new articles I’ve written yet, or to upload and/or reorganize the existing contents of the site (an operation that sooner or later will be needed). But I hope in […]

Sunday May 22nd, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the Week – The Dead Boys – Not Anymore

Hailing back from 1977, in the tornado of the punk revolution, the Dead Boys proved to be among the most interesting and original acts among the countless bands that surfaced at the time. The Dead Boys (and their frontman, Stiv Bators) influenced and contribuited to shape a lot of the music that was slowly forming […]

Sunday February 14th, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »

Music of the week – King Dude – My Mother Was The Moon

Hello and happy new year, my fellow readers! Time to return after a long silence with a very good song from a very promising musician from the 2010’s: King Dude. King Dude is an artist who became quite famous (at least, in the underground) in the early 2010, when he switched from his early experimentations […]

Sunday January 17th, 2016 in Music of the Week | No Comments »