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ArtCvltureDIYFeaturedMusicPhotography

As a participant in shows from an early age, I have always favored the house show, regardless of the fact that over the years, Arizona has at times lacked venues for the more underground taste in music, but things have actually gotten pretty awesome in the Valley of the Sun as of recent.

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Francesca Woodman was one of the most dynamic photographers of this century. In her short life on this planet of only 22 years, she made a mark on this world like no other.

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ArtFeaturesLive RitualsPhotography

I arrived at the venue to a line-up halfway down the block, a few minutes after 8pm. I’m told doors were to open at 7. Needless to say, this is somewhat unusual, especially on a Monday night in January. Upon my admission approximately 15 minutes later, it was quite easy to see why: I don’t believe I’ve never seen so many people packed into the Rickshaw so early.

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ArtFeaturedFeaturesLive RitualsPhotography

On January 16th, 2015, Black Breath took their first steps onto Canadian soil. Many of us in the Great North were worried that the border pigs would stop them from coming through, but when our co-presenters Nothing is Heavy sent out word that they had made it over, we all breathed a black sigh of relief. It was one of the more packed nights I’ve been to at the Astoria…

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ArtCvlturePhotographySkateboarding

In the backwoods of of Ohio exists a world of skaters that live by their own rules, and this place is called Skatopia Skate Park. This is a place where the only rules are that there are no RULES! The photographer Stacy Kranitz has explored this insane place and now we all can see what goes on there through her lens. Her style of photography is so up close and personal I can almost smell the stench coming off these skaters!

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Text and Photos by Robert Hanna Cult of Youth live at Highline Bar 1.22.2015 Touring in support of Final Days, their latest release on Sacred Bones Records, Brooklyn’s Cult of Youth emerged on stage through a mist of frankincense and enveloped in swirling visual projections by Seattle artist Kevin Blanquies.

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