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Calling all ghouls in the Detroit, MI area (yes, I’m talking to you my fellow Canadians) – here’s an art exhibition to travel for! This Saturday, February 2nd, an extraordinary display of the paranormal both on this plane and behind the veil will take place at the Cagliostro estate at

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Hey Kim how are you? My brain feels like it’s melting out of my earholes, ha! Six months of nonstop planning are about to come to fruition over the next couple of days—there are so many moving parts to an event of this magnitude, but luckily I have the best

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If you are into punk in Vancouver then there’s no chance you haven’t seen ALIEN BOYS rip up a stage or two! These fine aliens are some of our favorite people making playful dangerous music right now, and not only do they make great tunes, the members are also integral

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Text and Photos: Diana Lungu Day 1: Introductions in De Centrale, Ghent, Belgium As someone who’s no stranger to traveling, I found myself frankly at a loss on the morning of October 6th. Barely packed and scatterbrained, stressing over a multitude of factors. Was I adequately prepared? Would I get along

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Ministry ended their North American tour with two home shows at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, on December 20th and 21st, and I had the pleasure to attend and capture the second one. Before the music started we got enough time to get a glimpse of the stage filled

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This year has brought me a lot of shows that would be my first time hearing the performing artists. And this one was not an exception. I had a vague idea of what to expect, yet the actual show proved to be beyond anything I imagined. The bands complimented each

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