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I’m sure I won’t be alone in saying that the collabo LP from The Body and Full of Hell is one of the sickest records released this year, straight UP! A couple of weeks ago, they kicked off their tour together in Vancouver, BC. I was on hand for most of

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Leah B. Frink
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All photos: Leah B. Frink Untamed Creatures of the night: Odyssey is the Darkwave album you have been missing in your gloomy existence. I purchased this album immediately when they announced that it hit the net on their facebook page, and I highly recommend adding it to your collection. I have been

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Photo: Bobby Cochran
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Text and photos: Bobby Cochran On their own, both Maryland’s Full Of Hell and Rhode Island’s The Body are forces to be reckoned with. The former: a crushing grindcore ensemble whose songs of spastic savagery are brutal and relentless.  The latter: a duo whose primary focus seems to be melting

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Things have certainly progressed for LGBTQ rights since the late 1800s, but even back then there was an appreciation for the ambiguity of gender – albeit, a small and outsider one that was considered highly deviant. Cross-dressing men could be, and were, arrested for violating anti-homosexuality laws, such as one

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Charles Nickles
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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles   I am sitting in the backyard of some pleasantly bourgeois Williamsburg establishment sipping something summery and bitter with an inoffensive name. Airdrop, maybe? Doesn’t matter. To my left are two EPs (one from an agency, the other from a production company) and across the

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Avi Dhillon
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On July 10th, Sound and Salt put on a kick ass show at the Astoria in Vancouver featuring Washington’s POWER alongside locals WOOLWORM, WTCHDR and WORLD VIEW. World View’s charging hardcore opened up the show and got the crowd ready for WTCHDR, who amped the energy up in the room

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