Cool New Marshmallow Ghosts LP, and Other Graveface News

Savannah’s Graveface Records caught the Halloween spirit, as usual, and they’re spreading the bad news gospel through new music and a planned museum devoted to true crime, sideshow oddities and all things bizarre. First up, the Marshmallow Ghosts’ 11th annual Halloween album, The Old Witch’s Cavern, teams label boss Ryan Graveface with Casket Girls, Kid Dakota,… Continue reading Cool New Marshmallow Ghosts LP, and Other Graveface News

All You Have to Do is Dreamend

Dreamend, the one-man musical outlet of Savannah’s Ryan Graveface (The Casket Girls, Marshmallow Ghosts, Black Moth Super Rainbow), releases its first album in six years on April 6th. Pressed and distributed via his own Graveface Records label, the album is untitled because, as Graveface puts it, it’s not a concept album as previous Dreamend releases… Continue reading All You Have to Do is Dreamend


Outta the Casket: Ryan Graveface Interviews Christian Savill on Slowdive’s Slo-Mo Return Heavily into the so-called shoegaze sound, if you ever ask Ryan Graveface to name his favorite band, chances are high he’ll quickly respond with, “Slowdive.” The Savannah workhorse – musician/composer for odd little groups including The Casket Girls, Dreamend and The Marshmallow Ghosts;… Continue reading Slowdive

The Casket Girls

Pay Your Respects to The Casket Girls Elsa and Phaedra Greene are sisters, but though they look very similar, they are not twins. “No,” says Ryan Graveface, “they’re just weird.” That’s saying something coming from a man who uses a false surname and avoids being clearly photographed, yet owns two retail stores where he can… Continue reading The Casket Girls

Graveface Records

The Undertaker: The Weird World of Ryan Graveface Ryan Graveface says it all started with a dream. It always starts with dreams, with him. Not the ambitious aspiration kind, or the hope-for-the-future MLK sort, but literal R.E.M.-sleep dreams. He specifically remembers the dream in his mid-teens that prompted him to consider music as a primary… Continue reading Graveface Records