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Japan has always been famous for its fashion subcultures. Walk about Tokyo on the weekend and you’ll see the usual mash-up of lolita, rockabilly and cosplay enthusiasts. But look that little bit harder and you’ll also see the chino slacks, white vests and tattoos belonging to Japanese ‘Cholos’ – those who

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Avant GardeDocumentariesFeaturesFilmMusicNoise RockTour Dates

Last week, we premiered the ‘Legacy’ instalments of our ‘An Exclusive Conversation w/ Steve Austin’ series, where he talks about the making of the seminal Today is the Day album Temple of the Morning Star. This year marks the 20th anniversary of this classic record being released, and so the band

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Avant GardeDocumentariesFeaturesFilmInterviewsMusicNoise RockTour Dates

Last week, we premiered the first two instalments of our ‘An Exclusive Conversation w/ Steve Austin’ series, where he talks about the making of the seminal Today is the Day album Temple of the Morning Star. This year marks the 20th anniversary of this classic record being released, and so the

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Apocalyptic BluesDocumentariesFeaturedFilmMusicSludgeTour Dates

Last week, we premiered the first two instalments of our ‘An Exclusive Conversation w/ Steve Austin’ series, where he talks about the making of the seminal Today is the Day album Temple of the Morning Star. This year marks the 20th anniversary of this classic record being released, and so today

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I grew up driving, biking and walking over and under the massive Lion’s Gate Bridge, opened in Vancouver in 1938. I have sailed the waters underneath it and flown the skies over it. I have been stalled on it because of jumpers. It’s been a fixture in my life, as

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The other night I stumbled on this Ross Kemp documentary about Mongolian Nazis. Honestly, I’m at a loss for words at how fucking strange this is!        

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