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When I think back to the 80’s, I remember how global but separate the punk movement was. I love that we have the internet now so that I can see how punks were living all over the world during this period, because all we had were a few xerox copies

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One thing is inevitable for us all, and that is Death. Bay Area photographer Daniel Vasquez captures the human obsession with death in a striking and gorgeous way under the name American Ghoul. His figures are ghostly and powerful, and invoke the occult and the mystery of the unknown realms.

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Photographer: Quinn Langille Based in: Montreal, QC IG: @picturesandwhatever   ONE: ILYLS This show was at a super small DIY venue in Montreal, the band playing in the shot is I Love Your Lifestyle from Sweden. There were 3 bands on that night, with 12 total members and I think all of

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran There’s always a moment just before Wovenhand begin playing where vocalist/guitarist/mastermind David Eugene Edwards begins slipping from this world into some other… as if spirits begin swirling in the air around him and he listens, murmurs out loud to them, awakens himself to their presence.  This has

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Photographer: Teddie Taylor Site: teddietaylor.com Based in: NOLA ONE Chelsea Wolfe + band in Atlanta, GA     I had conveniently run into Chelsea and Ben in the French Quarter in New Orleans in 2015 and ended up shooting my very first attempt at a “band portrait” after the show that night. It

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran   The final day started with a frantic run-around after misreading the schedule, which inevitably resulted in my missing mainstage openers Windhand, much to my chagrin.  I did manage to catch Zeal & Ardor, however.  A six-piece band who justified their considerable buzz with a

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