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Interesting discussion on this topic, guys. Having lived in Halifax for a couple of years, the dearth of a goth/industrial scene in Halifax was very apparent to me, but it also struck me that there seemed to be a big metal scene (if I recall correctly), and made me wonder what social factors may inspire one community over another. Though I did have the good fortune of finding some used Coil and other Industrial CDs while I was there, so that’s something…
What years were you in Halifax? I left in 2004, and my experience was that aside from our goth night at the Marquee it was a pretty disengaged scene.
I was there 07-09 for school. I think a monthly goth night started the Fall of 2008, but I can’t remember the specifics. It was refreshing having something, but I don’t remember it particularly scratching my industrial itch…
The most interesting thing I came across was an open-mic night on Mondays at Reflections, with some noisier and more playful music, but none of it fit in “our thing”.
Yeah that was a couple years after I left the city. Glad to hear that at least at that time reflections was still going strong.