The sPunk turquoises are moving towards pale, bleached-out 'blues'. An extremely interesting take on Goth: Obverse Goth, where black is replaced by a blue-tinged form of white: the paleface make-up and the photoshop fun hints at zombies / flash-frozen people / the permafrost dead / ice-queen femininity / vampire hibernation / "We're not dead, just sleeping" / Nature in the midst of its annual coma -- like 'Classic' Goth, this is a form of play-acting at 'death', but it's more overt ('positive') and playfully 'knowing' in its role-playing than the Munsters, Bauhaus, Cure and Alien Sex Fiend-loving varieties so beloved of oldfolk -- that tinge of blue (referencing back to Seapunk's aquatic / vivid / fertile Summer-inity) teasing us that there is life just below the surface that will spring into life in the, er, Spring. Witch House, you've come such a long way in such a short period of time.
Where we once lit bonfires to fend off evil spirits and usher back the sun and the planting-season, we now create ironic, auto-referential internet-memes and post-Social 'art' to mark the movement of our years. This is how our young now first flirt with the idea of Death (as distant as it probably seems to them) - and I love it! Icepunk knows it will probably not even survive the thaw before it is replaced by some other semi-self-mocking internet indulgence...
Some random frosty, post-Seapunk biznis that caught my ear: