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Text Luke Bolton // Photos Gemma Shaw Desertfest. The fifth since its inception is a growing delight for lovers of stoner, doom, sludge, psych, rock and all their strange cousins. In the heart of weirdo central: Camden, London. It’s busy, filthy and there’s no desert in sight, but it does have

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If I had to pick one website in the world that was able to capture what it was like growing up in the 80’s, it would have to be Internet K-Hole. No other place on the web has curated this decade in photos like the people behind the Hole. I

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I’m a nerd, straight up, and I have no problem admitting it! When I have time off, I enjoy getting high and looking at creepy, bugged out GIFs, the kind that make you cringe or say, what the fuck did I just see? Take a journey with me and see how

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Today I want to share with you one of my new favorite instagrams called Veteranas and Rucas – it’s full of unreal photos of mostly Cholas, plus some Vatos. Below you can peep the text from one of our earlier posts called Portraits Of… 70’s & 80’s CHOLAS Culture. What’s cool about

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It’s an unverified fact that Japanese culture is one of the most polite and respectful in the world – even when its people are frequenting the many love hotels, private sex parties and bars that Tokyo has to offer. Polish-born photographer Pawel Jaszczuk spent three years frequenting such places, capturing

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Where we came from and why we are here are two questions that have haunted human beings from the beginning of our time on this planet. As a species, we have spent millennia constructing myths and legends to give meaning to our existence on this planet, and to give hope

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Gazing at art has always been a way for me to travel to other worlds in my mind. Growing up in the 80’s, I remember staring at Heavy Metal magazine for hours – I was transfixed by the colors and images. The master of fantasy art is Boris Vallejo, and for

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The conjurer behind Conjurer’s Kitchen, Annabelle de Vetten, has found a way to put her training as a taxidermist, sculptor and painter to work in an amazing way – she creates the most morbid, gruesome and disturbingly beautiful cakes and confections. If you’re someone with grotesque leanings and you need

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In February of this year, I got the chance to head down to L.A. for the book fair at MOCA to help out with an exhibit of the FER YOUZ crew’s out of this world punk collection, curated by Arthur Fournier, who also put out a book of their collection called FER YOUz: The L.A. Hardcore

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This is all out awesomeness: MELT BANANA, the MELVINS and NAPALM DEATH are all on tour right now wrecking shop wherever they land! Check out stellar photos taken by our comrade Nathaniel Shannon of their most NYC show…From what I have heard, all three of the bands are bringing their

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 2016
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Text & Photos by Kris T. Therrian Read about Days 1 & Two here. DAY THREE (Saturday) rolled in with a lamentable mistake owing to… not enough sleep, perhaps? The initial plan was to check Skepticism‘s entire set, but in the meantime, there has been so much praise about Yodok III

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For the first time in modern western history, women have surpassed men in the tattoo department. It’s estimated that today 23% of American women have tattoos, compared to 19% of men. For my generation, this isn’t really shocking news – pretty much every woman I know has at least one

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