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The Curator Podcast

85 EpisodesProduced by Mark FraserWebsite

The Curator is a podcast about passion and creativity. We chat to musicians and artists about their creative process, why they do what they do and the passion that drives them. We also talk about other stuff sometimes (most times) but hey, it’s all part of the conversation, right? New episodes every… read more


S2: 13 - Chelsea Wolfe on Working with Kurt Ballou, Poetry, Weird Musical Comparisons and More

Half way through Chelsea’s set, apropos of nothing, my girlfriend exclaims “She’s quite moody, isn’t she?” Ironic, really because Chelsea and I talk about how her music is perceived as dark, and why that is the case.

Of course, what she meant is that Chelsea Wolfe’s music is moody in the atmospheric sense. It’s an accurate observation, particularly when you listen to Abyss and Pain is Beauty; there’s a dark, brooding atmosphere in both records, and if one is familiar with Chelsea’s entire oeuvre it becomes clear that such “darkness”, as I am loathe to put it, has always existed within her music. It’s the very thing which attracted me to it, and the thing which I find most enchanting whenever I listen to it.

It also channels a kind of intensity that most artists find difficult to pull off. It’s heavy in places, sure, but it’s the way that heaviness is delivered, and how it sits alongside quieter moments. That’s where the intensity comes from, I think.

Meeting Chelsea was kinda daunting for me. I’ve been... For information regarding your data privacy, visit

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