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October 23, 2017 AT 1:30 am

‘Dead Air’ is Streaming ‘The Sound Of Halloween’ 24/7/365 | #ElectronicHalloween #MusicMonday @DeadAirOnAir

I’ve heard more Halloween-themed music this past month than I ever knew was out there thanks to DeadAir.co – streaming monster music and spooky tunes 24/7/365. It’s a great selection of all types of music that in one way or another could be associated with Halloween – with themes like pumpkins, skeletons, goblins, and vampires there’s a lot more music out there to choose from than I was aware of. If you’re running a house party this Halloween week/end or need an already-curated readymade playlist of tunes for your costume tune into DeadAir.co!

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks for the writeup! This is a one-man operation, and a labor of love.

    -Clay
    DeadAir.co

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