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The last date of The Friendship Tour was a holy event. Quite literally, Cloud Rat, Moloch, False and Thou played beneath the stained glass of the New Orleans First Unitarian Church. Cloud Rat’s vocalist Madison said she wouldn’t want to tour with anyone else – “except maybe Kate Bush.” Inside jokes

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In the early 1980s, there was one woman who was the television authority on horror b-movies – Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Her show Elvira’s Movie Macabre would showcase kitchy horror until 1986, and she eventually got her own movie, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark in 1988. For me, she was like a goth

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One of the things that struck me hardest living in the United States was how blatantly Amerocentric their history lessons were. Suddenly I was learning about events that I had grown up hearing about from teachers and family in a new way. One of those things was WWII, a war

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Text via Victorian Era Female hysteria was once a common medical diagnosis, made exclusively in women. The history of the notion of hysteria can be traced to ancient times. Galen, a prominent physician from the second century, wrote that hysteria was a disease caused by deprivation in particularly passionate women: hysteria

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Photos: Ali En Melvins w/ Spotlights – VENUE Vancouver, July 14th, 2017 MELVINS are beyond legendary, and we are very happy to share this massive photo essay with you of their July 14th show in Vancouver! Opening up were “sludgegaze” Brooklynites SPOTLIGHTS, and both bands crushed. SPOTLIGHTS are getting ready to

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No shade, but everyone’s a photographer on the New York subway. Instagram is overflowing with candid shots of subway riders, to a creepy, almost up-skirt level, where you realize that when you’re traveling on one of the busiest metro systems in the world you are always being watched and probably

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