Gothic Rock | Post Punk | Wave & Alternative

Thomas Thyssen on German Gothic Rock and Post-Punk of the late 80s and early 90s – The Second Wave

Thomas Thyssen

Pagan Love Songs

Darkness & Light

Senior Press Promotion Manager @ Universal Music, Germany

DJ – Show promoter – A+R Consultant

Gothic Rock or Post Punk and why?

Both. There’s no this or that, no black or white. It’s all about the grey areas. Why choose from two specific genres in music that are so deeply connected and intertwined? I cannot fathom a witty answer to that question. And, on top of that, I couldn’t care less about pigeonholing bands and putting labels on their work or their styles. Fuck that! Let’s enjoy the music while we still can. Check it out 13 Questions to Thomas Thyssen (Pagan Love Songs) 


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