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DESERTFEST LONDON 2019 DAY TWO Photos and text by Abi Coulson Darktones Photography  Local Londoners ELEPHANT TREE are on bright and early in the Electric Ballroom and it’s a frustrated dash from the tube station through a very packed Camden High Street to catch the last couple of songs. It’s worth

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 11th – 14th April 2019 Tilburg, Netherlands DAY 2 – FRIDAY By Kris T. Therrian  Facebook Instagram April in Tilburg can be just about anything weather-wise. Last year, we were melting away and purchasing emergency summer clothes downtown cos nothing could’ve prepared us for the heatwave. This year… It

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DESERTFEST LONDON 2019 – DAY ONE    Photos and text by Abi Ghoulson It that time again the third of May which means only one thing for most die hard stoner rock fans the year has totally flown by and it’s the weekend to celebrate the eighth year of this

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Text and Photos: Charles Nickles I’m not hungover which is something of a surprise considering I thought I tried all the beers. The dudes from Decibel seem surprised too. That’s cool. Turns out I have a whole lot more drinking to do and really didn’t take as good care to expound

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Last month LA was blessed by a very special show. On April 7th, Mortiis played a set of Era 1 music at the Lodge Room. As a side note, Mortiis is one of the pioneers of dungeon synth, a genre that combines medieval music with black metal aesthetics and, just

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By Kris T. Therrian  Facebook Instagram New year, new Roadburn! If you’re one of those few not suffering from the plague of the modern age (aka ‘attention deficit disorder’), you may have been skimming through my reports from the previous editions and/or attended the festival yourself. In that case I

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