Ghost Singles: A dating site for the dead, no mortals allowed

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Websites on Friday 18 October 2013

Dating can be such a drag … when you’re dead! But thankfully there’s a site out there for you ghosts to attract a loving partner. It’s called Ghost Singles and it’s even got it’s own cool tagline: ‘Don’t haunt alone!’ So what’s the deal? This place is open only to those in the afterlife, so, […]

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Interview with Michael Cina at Ghostly

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By SV4 in New Art on Monday 8 August 2011

Ghostly is a design-based music and art brand that works with artists we love, regardless of genre or medium. I had the great pleasure of interviewing our collaborator Michael Cina on our site. Cina talks about his inspiration, in particular the fearlessness an artist must face when staring into the face of uncertainty.

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Matthew Dear’s Black City album totem

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By Andy in New Trends on Thursday 5 August 2010

Our friends at Ghostly International are releasing Matthew Dear’s Black City album as a limited edition ‘totem’. A what? A totem – a limited edition metal bar used to access a private music chamber. Cool!

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Osborne: The Ghostly Remixes giveaway

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By Zolton in New Prizes on Tuesday 16 February 2010

A year after the release of Osborne’s self-titled album on Spectral Sound, the music still sounds fresh. No wonder then that it spawned a suite of awesome remixes. We have two copies of Osborne: The Ghostly Remixes to giveaway. Just leave a message with the name of the city you live in.

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Mux Mool

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By Casper Johansson in New Music on Saturday 6 February 2010

Culled from Mux Mool’s EPs, mixtapes, and beat vaults, the Viking Funeral EP collects five choice Mux cuts into one concentrated blast of music, an introduction to Brian Lindgren’s dazzling take on homespun electro hip-hop and a preamble to his upcoming full-length release, Skulltaste.

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Phantogram

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By Zolton in New Music on Thursday 4 February 2010

Hailing from upstate New York, Phantogram were signed by the uber-hip Ghostly label on the recommendation of School of Seven Bells. Hardly surprising given Phantogram’s dark, beats-and-samples pop sound.

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Ghostly’s Music Discovery iPhone app

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Friday 24 July 2009

Our friends over at Ghostly, who consistently dig up the glitchiest, choicest electronica, have just released a brilliant new music discovery iPhone app which is available for download through their website. This thing is smoking hot, packed with new music and beautifully designed. You can also create Playlists through it and share tracks with your […]

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