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Photos: Ali En Melvins w/ Spotlights – VENUE Vancouver, July 14th, 2017 MELVINS are beyond legendary, and we are very happy to share this massive photo essay with you of their July 14th show in Vancouver! Opening up were “sludgegaze” Brooklynites SPOTLIGHTS, and both bands crushed. SPOTLIGHTS are getting ready to

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Photos: Ali En Wolves in the Throne Room & Marissa Nadler – VENUE, Vancouver, BC On June 18th, 2017, I had the honor of witnessing Wolves in the Throne Room for the second time in a week. The Thursday before, Sean and I were in Seattle for the opening night

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2017 has been an insane year for festivals so far, with both Modified Ghost Fest and Covenant Fest absolutely decimating Vancouver with varying shades of pitch-black audio. But the year isn’t over yet, and we’re so happy to be sponsoring a doomedelic celebration of riffage this August – the first

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There’s no doubt that the Pacific Northwest inspires some dark and heavy music – just listen to Vancouver’s SEER and you’ll hear what nine months of rainy gloom does to your worldview. These guys create music that is expansive and sometimes cerebral, but they also serve up riffs to bang

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If I said I didn’t love life, I would be lying. If I said I didn’t feel that music had the power to change the way I feel, I would be lying. If I told you I wasn’t a HUGE  fan of the post punk band UNDERPASS, I would be

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Modified Ghost Festival II May 25-28, Vancouver, BC Hosted by the Red Room Ultra Bar and The Rickshaw Theatre It’s beyond satisfying to admit that this was – without a doubt – a triumph. To see an event as ambitious as this succeed against the odds is a testament to what can

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