We play Halloween music typically during the spooky season. Which usually begins in October and ends on October 31st. The music is often spooky, eerie, or creepy and is used to create a festive and spooky atmosphere for Scary-themed events and parties.

One of the most iconic songs is “Monster Mash,” a novelty song written by Bobby Pickett and Leonard Capizzi in 1962. The song features a catchy melody and lyrics about a dance party featuring famous monsters like Dracula and Frankenstein. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson is another classic song, with its famous music video featuring zombies and a horror movie-inspired storyline.

In addition to these classic songs, many artists have released Halloween-themed albums or songs over the years. For example, two Halloweened-themed movies and TV-show is Marilyn Manson’s “This Is Halloween” and “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”.

Other popular songs include “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr., “The Time Warp” from the Rocky Horror Picture Show, and “I Put a Spell on You” by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins. Some artists, such as Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie. Have built their careers around horror and spooky-themed music, with albums like “Welcome to My Nightmare” and “Hellbilly Deluxe.”

This kind of music is often played at scary parties, haunted houses, and other Halloween-themed events. It can also be heard on radio stations and streaming services during the season. Many people enjoy creating Halloween-themed playlists to listen to throughout the month of October.

Overall, this genre of music is a fun and festive way to get into the spirit of the holiday. From classic songs like “Monster Mash” to more modern hits like “Thriller.” Halloween music is a beloved tradition that adds to the spooky and playful nature of the holiday.