About GOTH



The first thing I need to say is that "goth" is a very broad term, involving architecture, history, painting, literature, music, cultural movements, dressing, etc. it is necessary to understand the origin if you like it

In 1535-1539, Henry abolished the monastic system, disbanded and demolished the monastery.

In the middle of the 16th century, the Tudor Dynasty sold churches to private houses, and the nobles made great efforts to transform these monasteries into mansions.

Later, there was a glorious revolution, constitutional monarchy began, and then the enlightenment thought movement began.

In the 18th century, British Gothic novels became popular. The nobles missed the old power and formed negative romanticism. The main Gothic novels they wrote were to beautify the medieval patriarchal system. Later, positive romanticism appeared, mainly attacking the darkness of the old society, and mainly aimed at the feudal aristocracy. Georgian Gothic was formed. This architectural style was mainly influenced by Gothic literature, but due to


Because of the influence of the Renaissance and Neoclassical at that time, the architecture is more like a combination of classical and Gothic.

The French Revolution made the British people panic at the time, and the development direction of Gothic literature changed, focusing on attacking the old society and questioning God. The Industrial Revolution intensified the British's dependence on Gothic novels. Environmental pollution and unemployment made fears continue to increase. People could not find their inner sustenance and wanted to return to the Middle Ages. The nobles at that time were also panicked, so the masquerade and


The knight culture prevailed, and retro buildings such as the Capitol were created.

Summary: The Gothic culture of the 18th and 19th centuries mainly satisfies people's emotional sustenance, mainly in literature and architecture.

The Gothic mentioned now mostly refers to the influence of Gothic elements on music, film, and television in the 1980s.

From the 1950s to the 1980s, the subculture was mainly based in Britain. In order not to sound boring, I won't talk too much time and proper nouns!

When Punk was very popular, some clever ghosts wanted to add Gothic elements to their music. Gradually, Death Rock is formed, they are mainly based on the themes of horror, surreal, life and, death, creating death and romantic rock. It first appeared in 1958 by Jody Reynolds' "Endless Sleep". New Wave and Post Punk issued in the late 1970s


Starting to exercise, Clod Wave, Dark Wave gradually appeared, and Gothic Rock also appeared. Gothic Rock has a more refined melody than punk, with a slower tempo and a preference for minor tunes. It is based on a trio and has no climax.

People's lives have improved, music genres are blooming, and many genres like to add gothic elements. Gothic Rock combines more Gothic elements and supernatural elements in film and television dramas and Gothic literature at the time. The spirit emphasizes the female-centered spirit, avoiding and ridiculing the male-centered tradition of rock music at that time.

Then, just like in a land called "Goth", there are many nutrients in the land. They are called: religious oppression handed down in the Middle Ages, the lifestyle of European aristocrats in the 18th and 19th centuries, and oral anecdotes about the lives of the aristocrats by the common people. Strange talk and so on and so on. This land has grown many trees that love music, each tree is different, such as trade, he did not absorb it."


The nourishment of "aristocratic lifestyle", such as romantic, he prefers the nourishment of "aristocratic lifestyle". But they can't do without "music", because music is light, rain, nothing can't live. Every tree of every tree A branch is different, every Goth is just a leaf on a different branch of a different tree.