Today's Posts

Katuktu Collective (formerly Land Animal Tapes) is a rad tape label from California bringing you sweet and elegant tapes by highly valuable underground artists. The whole package of physical format and music this label brings you is a real treat, something for the real nerds out there with an eye for

Read More

Lay My Bones Beneath the Valley Oak by AMBERSMOKE is one of  most important shoegaze releases of 2017. Only limited to 50 cassettes, this tape is a must-have for any fan of good music. Lay My Bones Beneath the Valley Oak is a sonic voyage, and AMBERSMOKE is band that

Read More

Deep, rich shading; subtly nuanced dotwork; entrancing curves that breathe three-dimensional life into the designs; exquisite detail – these phrases define the flawless style of Kelly Violet, currently one of Europe’s most outstanding tattoo artists. For more than fifteen years, she has brought her unique vision to her art. Kelly

Read More

Seiu Ito might be the father of Shibari/Kinbaku art, but there are many others that have contributed to this beautiful world of erotic art. When I look at the pictures in this feature, it just reminds me how enchanting Japanese culture can be, but under what you see something else is happening. It’s

Read More

This feature Was taken from Renee Ruin Name: Sera Helen Age: 29   Location: Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand How did you get into the industry? Was it hard to find an apprenticeship? I started tattooing DIY in a warehouse in Melbourne shared with a bunch of artists and musicians. It

Read More

When I first heard the name SKYEATER, I immediately thought of Tibetan Sky Burials – the Tibetan ritual of placing human remains out in the elements to be eaten by vultures. This may have had absolutely no bearing on the band’s choice of name, but when I hit play on

Read More

The rise of right-wing neo-fascist governments has made it quite difficult to see the positive side of things lately. However, if there’s one aspect of life that comes in clutch when fascist pigs have you feeling down, it’s music. I’m not ashamed to admit I’ve been overindulging in old Aus

Read More

Portland’s Blood Freak have mutilated ear drums since the early aughts with five albums of gore-drenched death metal and grind. Helmed by Maniac Neil, the band has consistently built a discography of horror-themed aural violence rife with well-crafted riffs, memorable vocals, and a healthy smattering of stomach-churning samples guaranteed to

Read More
SHARE

Home