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Esoterra was a zine which existed from the early 90’s up until the year 2000 chronicling the far-out of the far-out in culture. Emphasizing the importance of hidden and obscure voices, Esoterra easily found its self lodged on many bookshelves snugly between Simon Dwyer’s ‘Rapid Eye’ series, V. Vale’s ‘Re/Search’

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Dark Matter/Dunkle Materie is the July publication by artist/musician Terence Hannum of Locrian, a collaboration with German photographer Alexander Binder. Both artists share a dark and mysterious aesthetic, and have combined their talents into a split zine accompanied by a DVD of Hannum’s video art, titled Epiclesis, from which he

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I’m pretty happy calling myself a creative weirdo; I really love so many different forms of creativity. I also appreciate so many different forms of creativity from other humans. Ever since I saw my first fanzine when I was like 12 or 13, I have always had a thing for

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If you don’t know, now you know…if it’s not D.I.Y, it’s not the foundation of punk rock. When you hear people say punk’s not dead, they are right, because the ethos of doing it yourself has not died, it’s only multiplied. On one of my recent journeys to the BLVD

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Athens-based Viral Graphics has become a new never-ending source of joy for me. Their gig posters are truly stunning, and capture the spirit of the bands they represent. When I saw the amazing Utech Records Music Festival poster, I had to find out who was behind it. So I found

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Terence Hannum of Locrian not only lives his music, he shares it via visual representations of depth and reverence. Hannum’s work embodies the spiritual connection many of us feel when in the presence of live music. Most of the time, I feel like I have never truly heard a band’s

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Ask yourself, if CVLT Nation had to pick one street artist to call our own, who would it be? Ok I will tell you – it’s Houston’s very own GIVE UP. Our staff writer Nick turned us on to him & we are so glad he did. GIVE UP represents

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Normally, I post about artwork that pushes the limits of disturbing, churns your stomach slightly, or is made out of dead animal parts. But there is some artwork that I like to be fun and lighthearted, as long as it’s still weird. Will Sweeney‘s illustration falls into that category for

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These two are so busy, they remind me of Sean and I on speed. Somewhere in between hand-silkscreening their t-shirts and studding and sewing leather cuffs, Amanda and Le Messie at FALSE also produce FALSE Magazine. True to their craft, they hand-cut, finish and bind every signed and dated issue,

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I’m a weirdo & I don’t care. I love my Sonic Youth everywhere. Hot damn, what do we have here today! The Sonic Youth Vol.7 mixtape download. It’s full of little rarities, so get your outsider vibe on & download this tape. We also have two issues of Sonic Death

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Punk Lives! was a full-color magazine that came out of London in 83 or 84. The quality was pretty top notch for the time. More than anything, Punk Lives! covered the raddest bands of that time, like The Mob, Discharge, Vice Squad, Black Flag – trust me the list goes

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There is something in the water in Copenhagen. Elias from ICEAGE hit us off with totally wacked-out fanzine he makes called DOGMEAT, which is also a blog. I must say I dig the way it’s laid out. The content is pretty rad – cool drawings, pure weirdness & band interviews.

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