Friends Of The SAVA

Below are listed organizations from outside South Africa which have expressed a desire to be associated with the SAVA as Friends of the SAVA:

  • The Court of Lazarus (New York, USA) – 2012

The Court of Lazarus is a Vampiric Court based in Lower Manhattan (New York City), serving our Citizens, Guests and night creatures from neighboring Courts in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. As New York’s Original ‘Salon Noir’, it is part ritual gathering, part dark performance space and part gothic cocktail party. Founded in 2002, it is one of the oldest active Courts.

  • WFKU Internet Goth Radio (New York, USA)

WFKU Hand

“WFKU is a worldwide dark internet radio station. We pride ourselves on uniting the dark music scene with class, passion, and dedication. Not only do we serve those who follow the goth scene, but we also take pride in the fact that we deliver great music to anyone with a little internal rhythm of the darkest kind of nature. Graveyard lovers, straight up business-people, and anyone with a taste for the Macabre is welcome.

Live Broadcasting:
Tune in for live radio shows from WFKU Studios such as Firewalk With me, Tactical Beats, Mystery Gothic Radio 12 A.D. Ritual Noise and Origins.

Programming:
We run Choice Selections from DJ’s when we are not live. These selections always have been very carefully picked for your maximum entertainment and pleasure. Even when we are offline, WFKU still strives to serve you in the best way possible. Listen 24 hours a day at your convenience.

Syndication:
Communion After Dark every Monday at 9:00 pm, Pod of the Dead Sundays at 6:00 PM, and Elevations with Liam Shechter

Schedule Hardware and software:
The Scheduler runs on our own custom programming done on an apple computer. The radio server and studio are located in New York City. The Website is an extremely customized drupalphp hybrid. We also use Nicecast and a variety of other applications, applescripts, and unix shell scripts

One More Thing:
WFKU strives to be interactive, community oriented, and personable. As such, we are always open to suggestions, comments, and concerns. You’re a part of our past, present, and future, so feel free to open up a line of communication.

Whiskey@WFKU.org”

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