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Halloween 2015


I’ve been busy. To help smooth things over between us, here’s a festive Halloween mix I compiled to give you the willies. Hit the link below, download and enjoy getting weirded out.


  1. Ray Parker Jr. – Ghostbusters
  2. Disasterpeace – Title (from It Follows)
  3. Bat For Lashes – What’s A Girl To Do
  4. Dead Man’s Bones – My Body’s A Zombie For You
  5. Timber Timbre – Creep On Creepin’ On
  6. Band of Skulls – Nightmares
  7. M83 – Car Chase Terror
  8. Greg Weeks – Made
  9. Cat Power – Werewolf
  10. Portishead – Sour Times
  11. Mogwai – I Know You Are But What Am I
  12. Annie – Anthonio (Berlin Breakdown Mix)
  13. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Red Right Hand
  14. Joy Division – Shadowplay
  15. TV On The Radio – Wolf Like Me
  16. She Wants Revenge – Tear You Apart
  17. Rockwell – Somebody’s Watching Me
  18. Q Lazzarus – Goodbye Horses
  19. Symmetry – The Hunt
  20. Chromatics – Yes (Love Theme from Lost River)

As always, this mix is meant for sampling purposes only. If you like the song, don’t be cheap, support the artist. If you are the owner of any of these tracks and would like me to take this down, just say the word.

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I know that there has been a shortage of posts recently, I hope you’ll forgive me, but my excuse is a legitimate one. As the photo above suggests, I moved house. The long and arduous process of packing up one’s shit and trekking it somewhere else is pretty much over, save for the fact that I haven’t connected the Internet yet. Until I do, posts will be coming at you rather sporadically, and for that I apologize.

In the meantime, have a look at a couple of musicians and their fans who probably haven’t missed me all that much!


Mark Tulk

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Hello music lovers, loathers, critics and cynics. Audioprowler is a blog about music, written by me, an American, living in Australia and writing for an Australian music magazine.

Most album reviews ramble on about shit most people don’t care about, giving little insight into what the album actually sounds like and almost never talks about what the album feels like.

In my tenure as a music journalist I have reviewed countless albums, some good, most terrible. With the seemingly endless bombardment of new bands, people don’t have the patience to read a thesis on some buzzband’s new record. That’s why this blog exists. Short, funny, insightful album reviews.