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Lilian Void

Life, death, plants and music. Direct all bullshit to shindig109[at]gmail[dot]com

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Vibrating out of warehouse in Los Angeles is a novel form of post-industrial evolved from a distinct symbiosis of early mechanic EBM and a passion for the liberatory politics of anarchism. Bustié is the product of the heart and mind of Pogo Pope, the face and overseer of the project

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Descending from the dark tower like a swarm of bats in the vacant and most horrifying night, Portland’s Vueltas shriek with all the vampyric fury of searing witches. Enchanting their cauldron with spells against the war machine of capitalism, they bring a familiar soundscape reminiscent of the early days of

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Listen, we know you’re a big tough metalhead and eat (vegan) babies for breakfast everyday but I know your secret: you also like to put some oils in the bath, light some candles and unwind to some chill shit. Luckily, these days they make chill dark shit for when us

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In light of their current tour, the Mexico City born post-punk trio has decided to drop a brand new track, boasting a new lineup and an international team of recording engineers. Between Oakland and CDMX, Cruz de Navajas is able to write and record some of the most smooth and

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Growing up in LA, you get exposed to all sorts of music. Even if you’re mostly into punk or metal, you’re still hearing techno and rap around every corner. The multiplicity of styles consumes you unless you cordon yourself off in navel-gazing. This phenomenon is how we got electro, G-funk,

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One of the greatest sources of inspiration when following a band through their inception on to bigger things is when you see a group venture into uncharted waters. Experimentation is how we got to where we are as a musical world. Just think if we got stuck covering Beatles songs

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