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Why do I love the Internet K-Hole site so much? I love this site because it shows what it was like to grow up in the 70’s & 80’s before computers, tablets and smart phones ruled our lives! I love looking at all of the different tribes of youth culture that

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ArtAvant GardeMusicPhotography

Text and Photos by Charles Nickles Mono I fell out of love with swollen epochal guitar somewhere between the bass trap “experiment” and the day Girlie died. I know that’s a pretty wide swath of time but I can’t say for certain it was anything definitive that pulled me off the

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ArtFeaturedMusicNoise RockPhotographyRaw Punk

I know I’m not alone in saying that I spend [maybe too much] time on instagram…but every once in a while I stumble on something gold. For example, Punks.n.Plants, which as you may have guessed focuses on beautiful pictures of punks and plants. What I love about this is the juxtaposition of humans and nature.

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ArtBlack MetalFeaturedFeaturesLive RitualsMusicPhotography

Deafheaven in Prague at Lucerna Music Bar, May 1st Photos: Andrea Petrovicova Deafheaven recently played the ancient streets of Prague, and the massively talented Andrea Petrovicova was on hand to capture their performance. Petrovicova’s photos usually vie for center stage with the band themselves, and this set is no exception. Check out Deafheaven

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 2017 20th – 23rd APRIL, Tilburg, Netherlands Text & Photos: Kris T. Therrian / 17 seconds photography   DAY FOUR – Sunday Before I even knew it, the final day of Roadburn has somehow crept in and caught me completely unawares. There was still some time to catch

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Windhand, with guests Haggatha Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, BC April 22nd, 2017 I have probably expressed my contempt for early shows more than once. There’s just something that strikes me as counter-intuitive about starting a two band show in the early evening, then booting all attendees at 10pm to make

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