I am Dialeck, or Dialek, or really whatever works for you. I will not be revealing my age, gender, or anything else aboout my identity.
This is my website where I will be talking about whatever I want, I will have many topics here, but it will usually involve what I find interesting.
My goal is to create my own personal penthouse after my animosity towards 99% of the internet became unbearable. And maybe learn some CSS while I'm at it.
My Inspirations: i-mockery.com, MSPA Adventures, seanbaby, monkeyshit.com, platupuscomix, zombietime, zomboscloset, The League of Tana Tea Drinkers
Without further adue,
Welcome to the Den
- Animation: What's the deal with moving pictures?
- Art: Both the respectable and the grotesque.
- Music: The sweet sounds of ghoulish swingabilly and more!
- Personal Nostaligia: An excuse to talk about myself through media I enjoy
- Video Games: Remembering when the worst things about games were their fanbases
- Web Animation: Some general recomendations and forgotten gems
- Web Comics: My excuse to talk about Homestuck, you have been warned
Let's start with what I'm into right now.
There's this type of music, similar to swing, rock, and psychobilly. I call it swingabilly for short. Here are a few artists that fall into those labels
- The Diablo Swing Orchestra: Imagine a world where Ska, Metal, and Opera cound go together seamlessly, now you don't have to.
- Aurelio Voltaire: The master of Sub-Culture Cabaret Tunes.
- The Real Tuesday Weld: More on the electro-swing side, but very moody and atmospheric.
- The Correspondents: 100% Electro-swing, but the lyrics are dark and full of yearning that these other bands share.
- This Way to the Egress: Like a bee drowning in honey but the honey is pure evil, that's how you'll feel listening to these guys.
It has come to my attention that this type of music is usually called cabaret, or dark cabaret if you want to be specific.
Here's some punk/hardcore/post-hardcore bands that I like.
- AFI (1995-2000 Era): In their hardcore days AFI were one of the most unique in the scene.
- Dropkick Murphies: One of my favorite bands because of how unique they sound. Essencially a punk band with bagpipes and a mandolin.
- H2O: When you think of a typical American hardcore band, it's going to look and sound something like these guys. But I mean that in a good way.
- The Used: It took me a while to enjoy The Used, and I'm still not all the way there. But the songs I do like from them are untouchable.
This webpage was made on April 13 2021
Last Updated: 4/20/2021
"No matter how bad it gets, ignorance will never be a virtue"