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Check out episode two of Noisey’s NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou below…you can watch episode 1 here…Stay tuned for more, plus check EYEHATEGOD’s tour dates below. EYEHATEGOD Tour 2014: 10/02/2014 Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO 10/03/2014 Backbooth – Orlando, FL 10/04/2014 Churchill’s – Miami, FL

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I have been waiting for years for Slow Southern Steel to come online, and now it’s here! This unreal documentary is a must see film, so I’m going to stop talking so that you can do the right thing and watch it…Much respect due to Chris Terry and David Lipke,

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Check out episode one of Noisey’s NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou below…After watching this, I just wished I could see the whole thing at once, it’s that good!…Stay tuned for more.

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Let’s all get weird check out this amazing German documentary about Kenneth Anger and the making of his cult film Lucifer Rising!

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You either loved him or really hated him. I can’t say I was his biggest fan, but I won’t say that I hated him – for me it was more like, OK, it’s GG ALLIN. From my point of view, every generation has someone like Allin who just does not

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Voices are something that has enchanted my imagination since I can remember! One voice that made me say I must be listening to an otherworldly being was KATE BUSH. To call her an original would be a vast understatement, because to me she is a genre unto herself. Take a

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For good or ill, the theories of Sigmund Freud exerted an enormous influence on the 20th century, becoming deeply entrenched in Western culture to the point that Freud’s terms “ego”, “id” and “subconscious” have become common in everyday language. Within only a short time of its invention, psychoanalysis leapt from

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I remember the first time my young eyes saw Wendy O Williams and the Plasmatics do their thing on TV and my little brain almost exploded! I had never seen anything like them before and I was at a total loss. Now that I’m older, I appreciate what she and

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Check out this new beautiful shot short film called SKIN about the Martyka “Skin Dog” Brandt, one of the founding members of the Mighty Mongrel Mob. CVLT Nation salutes Tom Gould and his creative crew for making such stellar film. SKIN from Tom Gould on Vimeo. Martyka ‘Skin Dog’ Brandt

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New York City street gang Savage Skulls
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The Flying Cut Sleeves documentary is an unreal look at 1970’s NYC street gangs. Check out this film and go back to a time when youth culture was pure rebellion!

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The other day, I watched this intense documentary about the connection between monkey meat and the outbreak of Ebola in Africa. It makes me think about the times I saw passengers getting busted at Heathrow for trying to smuggle bush meat into London. After watching this film, it made me

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Text & Story via Dangerous Minds As the title promises, Steven Fischler and Joel Sucher’s Anarchism in America is a documentary survey of anarchism in the United States. The film presents an overview of the movement’s history, such as the Spanish Civil War, the 1917 Revolution, Emma Goldman, and the

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