Photos: Taylor Ferguson On September 10th, I tore myself away early from a wedding reception’s open bar to head down to the Astoria for my second MONOLORD show in just over a month. I saw them destroy the Shakedown in Bellingham at the beginning of their North American tour alongside SWEAT LODGE, and as
Text and Photos: Teddie Taylor Across from the Waldorf Astoria-owned Roosevelt Hotel is the relatively hard to find New Orleans School for Esoteric Arts. A space for learning about astrology, tarot, art and all things obscure, it is also a DIY dream where, whether you intend to or not, you
Text: Serena Mazzini // Translation: Lucrezia Peppicelli // Photos: Ereonegativo SUNN O))) FINIS MUNDIS – AN APOCALYPTIC PERFORMANCE IN THE LARGEST MAZE IN THE WORLD Finis Mundi, world’s end. It is difficult to talk about an event that, more than a concert, was an unique and extremely personal experience and coincided with
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
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