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As a youth, my homies and I were running wild in the streets of Hollywood. Some nights, there were fights – Suicidal Boys vs. L.A.D.S.; or our clothes were covered in puke, because we could not hold our liquor. We would leave shows most nights with the L.A.P.D. herding us

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It’s been just over a year since we started the CVLT Nation Bizarre, and it’s been a rad way to showcase underground amazing artisans, artists and labels from around the world! What keeps it going is the support from the global community, and this weekend we’re stoked to be giving back

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 I got to it late. 1993. After the heyday, but prior to the decline. Fanzines, Tape Trading, Flyering. Send back my stamps. Please enclose two IRC’s. No posers! Before the internet, there was the underground tape trading circuit. Envelopes stuffed with photocopied flyers, fifth generation dubbed demo cassettes from exotic acts

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In the age of Photoshop and Internet, Trump has already become the subject of memes, which are kind of the flyer of the new millennium. Now that he is *shudder* POTUS, he is destined for mockery like almost no other president before him. I think G.W.B. sighed in relief when

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Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV have changed and formed underground culture like no others! On a personal level, I have always been in awe of this human for the way he has always lived life by NO RULES! This killer footage of Psychic TV from 1984 – 1990 shows their influence on

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In the early 2000’s on a daily basis I would be blasting the illest GRIME coming out of the UK. To be specific, I’m talking about artists like Roll Deep Crew, Crazy Titch, JME, Kano, Monster, Skepta, Ghetto, Logan Sama and many more. What I loved about the tunes was

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