Text and Photos: Colton Bills The fact that a DIY label can put together an event so powerful and do it so well will never cease to amaze me, and it makes me proud to be a part of the heavy music scene. It makes me feel less alone in
I can’t state enough how much I like CHVE’s voice, especially on his acoustic stuff – it’s enchanting and trance-like! To put him or the other members of the Church of Ra into a box would be a giant mistake, because this whole crew is very fluid in the way they create. On January 23rd
Deathrock icon Razor Candi is at long last releasing a high quality photo book to showcase her work after 13 years of professional online modeling. Razor Candi’s DIY career propelled with the popularity of social networking in 2003 alongside the mid-00’s Deathrock Revival period. Raising the bar for and inspiring fashion and
Text & Photos: Charles Nickles A gaggle of late century kids slump vainly over their cigarettes murmuring something or other about the rise and fall of Kent. I’m half-listening between my own habits. A girl (the only one in sight) shoots up straight when one of the pencil freaks says something
Day 1 – Thursday August 25th Destination Pool Party and Black Mountain Text & Photos: Tiina Liimu It was that gut feeling, deep in your belly. A Vegas destination coupled with an impossibly amazing four-day bill. One that showcased some of the heaviest rock and groundbreaking acts circling this planet.
Text and Photos: Bobby Cochran Tonight, Chicago’s Russian Circles made a powerful return to the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, hot on the heels of their recent Sargent House release Guidance. I’ve always appreciated their unique pre-show practice of playing soft droning sounds before they hit the stage, which