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China has been in the news in the past few months for the illegal electro shock therapy being conducted in hospitals around the country aimed at “curing” homosexuality. Here in the west, we were horrified to read that parents were sending their children to hospitals to be treated for the “disease”

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Sumac is a band that has gotten a ton of attention since their inception in 2014, and for good reason. Their debut, The Deal, was released on Profound Lore, and they have toured extensively since its release. They are embarking on a west coast tour that opens on Thursday this

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The year was 1983, and the kids were bored with political bullshit and non-starter revolutions. Who said punk’s dead? It was not, they revived as a new ‘positive’ form. As journalist Richard North stated in a February 1983 article in NME: So here it is: the new positive punk, with no empty promises

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One of the first things I noticed upon moving to Los Angeles was that in certain neighbourhoods of the city, bail bonds shops were everywhere. I would also see billboards, car wraps and newspaper ads for bail bonds, many of them weird and goofy, a major contradiction to the very

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New York is a trippy city, because you can be surrounded by millions of people while still feeling isolated and lonely. I remember walking the streets of the Rotten Apple in a cloud of depression, and I felt invisible. Many times I would think to myself, why do I feel this way,

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My favorite videographer from Boston has to be AT THE BOILER ROOM, because his footage always has so much energy, plus he captures the raddest local and touring bands! Case in point: peep these two insane sets from SYMPTOM and EXIT ORDER below. You can also head over to our comrade Angela Owens for

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