Sleazy, Weird, Obscene, Profane: An Underground Photo Esaay

Come take a journey with us into the sleazy, weird, obscene, profane universe where underground photos

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Portraits of…British Punk Culture From The ’80s

What punk scene captured my imagination the most during 80’s? It had to be the UK scene, especially once I started getting into Peace Punk real heavy. Today CVLT Nation wants to share with you portraits of 80’s UK Punk culture!

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Take a Journey Into… The Internet K-HOLE!

My favorite site is actually more of a portal back in time – the INTERNET K-HOLE. It’s now time for you to take a journey into a place where kids raised themselves and PC was not a term yet!

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Mothmeister’s Wounderland:
Selfies from a Monster

Sometimes I like to imagine what researchers will discover of our culture 1000 years from now…maybe

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Portraits of…Japanese Punk Culture From The ’80s

How did I get turned on to 80’s Japanese punk? The xeroxed pages of the early

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Sounds of Two Eyes Opening… Black Flag’s Producer SPOT’s Vintage Photos Of L.A.

If I had to pick one Los Angeles label that influenced me the most during the

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The Raw and Controversial Story… SKINHEAD: An Archive

For better or for worse, the image of the skinhead defines a big part of what

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Portraits of…Estonian Punk Culture From The ’80s

The power of strong youth movements is unreal and almost can not be put into words.

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Cynthia Connolly’s Postcards of D.C. Punks and Their Rides circa 1994

When I think of entertainers flossin’ with their rides, I think of rappers standing in front

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Killing Game… CVLT Nation Captures SKINNY PUPPY in Seattle

Photos and Text by Robert Hanna SKINNY PUPPY, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, HAUJOBB, YOUTH CODE live at

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Smell The Rage! Japanese crust legends LIFE Captured!

Text & Photos: Darryl Reid I really don’t know what to say about seeing Japanese crust

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SUMAC Photo Essay by Tiina Liimu

Yesterday we put up a show review and photo essay from last week’s Deafheaven, Sumac and

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