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House Of Horrors: The Scariest Musician Ever; Movie Date On Scary-Sounding Films; TEEN Plays Live

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

TEEN performs in the Soundcheck studio. TEEN performs in the Soundcheck studio. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

In this episode: John Schaefer and Soundcheck executive producer Joel Meyer kick off our Halloween week, House of Horrors, with a look at the scariest musicians ever. We hear from recent guests and our listeners. And we want to hear from you! Call us and leave a voicemail at 866 939 1612, or weigh in on Twitter with #ScariestMusician.

Plus: Kristen Meinzer and Rafer Guzman from The Takeaway’s Movie Date podcast debate the aural scariness of classic horror films.

And: Brooklyn indie pop quartet TEEN released an EP, Carolina, with the help of Kickstarter earlier this year. The group joins us to play live. 

    Who's The Scariest Musician Ever?

    Soundcheck celebrates Halloween with it's own House of Horrors. Join us by telling us who you think is the scariest musician ever.

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    House Of Horrors: Scary Films

    Kristin Meinzer and Rafer Guzman, co-hosts of The Takeaway’s Movie Date podcast, delve into some frightening sounds in the film industry with some of their favorite scary movie audio.

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    Watch: Teen, In The Studio

    Watch the Brooklyn band TEEN perform in the Soundcheck studio.

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    Download This: Gary Numan

    The synth master Gary Numan performs at Music Hall of Williamsburg Tuesday. Download "I Am Dust."

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    janine mcdowell from up yonder NY

    Respectfully, Tiny Tim is the scariest.

    Oct. 31 2013 09:27 PM

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