The month of July is going to be cosmic because ANCIENT LIGHTS are dropping their self-titled debut LP via our comrades Ritual Productions. I really fucking dig this mind-altering Heavy Psych record because it takes my thoughts on a ride to a new astral plane. Today we are premiering their
Let’s all give it up for some real ROCK ‘N ROLL broadcasting all the way from New York City! Mick’s Jaguar will help you get your sleazy boogie on with the release of their new LP entitled Fame and Fortune which drops on June 22nd via RidingEasy Records! Every song on the
It’s apt that I find myself reviewing Turnstile’s second full length nearly four months after its’ initial release. Despite the quick twitch mentality of today’s music journalism, the defiantly unique freakabilities that run rampant throughout “Time And Space” demand just that… adequate time and space for digestion. The LP demands
While many underground rappers succeed by carving out their own essence of newness within the scene, others push the boundaries of experimentation even further. After relentlessly posting material over the past two years, Charlotte, North Carolina’s $igil is earning the status of a genre-bending gem as he begins his U.S.
I am a straight up music nerd, so when I saw this feature about THE MCKENZIE TAPES on Dangerous Minds today I had to dig deeper. What I found has not only given me chills, it has made me fall in love with this tape site. So from the late 70s
NEUROSIS is like no other band, and are a HUGE inspiration for what we do here at CVLT Nation! They are tour now in Europe with DEAF KIDS and will be hitting the West Coast of North America with CONVERGE and AMENRA starting on July 6th in Seattle and will
Text and Photos: Jon Walters May 25th 2018 – Modified Ghost Festival – The Rickshaw Theater, Vancouver, BC This was one of my bigger shows to date, and I made sure before leaving the house that I had all the gear I would need to capture the essence of this
Text and Photos by Bobby Cochran The anticipation built for day two, knowing a face-punching lineup was set to blast off at 5 PM sharp. Once again, I missed the day’s openers Mortiferum (sorry guys, sorry Sean) but I certainly didn’t sleep through the rest of the evening’s bands. The Barboza