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Vancouver RULES for skateboarding – with the perfect terrain, like endless amounts of back alleys, and you find never ending amounts of lines. Check out the latest installment of I Used to Skate Vol. 3 from Andrew Drury of Baptists! You are about to tune in to a Lo-Fi video

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Photos: Adam Murray If you read our Day One post for this year’s MDF, you’ll know that our chief correspondent Adam Murray had some technical issues and had to shoot most of the fest on his phone. We think it lends more authenticity to the shots, and shows his resiliency

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As the new incarnation of ritual-noisic project Cultus Sabbati (less one member), HK8 makes good on the commitment of its remaining members to provide their listeners with aural snapshots of an evolving spiritual journey. Debut album Jihad is ritual music with the desert at its heart: heaving, caustic drones slowly

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OK – I’ll admit it, this post was inspired by the fact that my entire family is now binge watching OITNB. Since our first post of vintage mugshots, I’ve been fascinated with the character of old mug shots. These women’s mug shots are from the Sydney Justice & Police Museum,

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RAPE BLOSSOMS are a band from Ghent, Belgium who have created a beyond stellar post punk album entitled Ruinelust. While all of the songs have this killer sense of mystery, but they also have epic melodic tension pulsating through them. When you hear RAPE BLOSSOMS, you will say to yourself,

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“If God existed, only in one way could he serve human liberty – by ceasing to exist.” – Mikhail Bakunin, God and the State Claimed as “the greatest clerical bloodletting Europe has ever seen,”1 the early days of the Spanish Civil War saw nearly 7,000 members of the Catholic clergy

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Are we huge fans of BLACK BREATH? Hell fucking YES! Are we huge fans of EYEHATEGOD? Yes to the motherfucking YES! Are we HUGE fans of SEVEN SISTERS OF SLEEP? Yes, just as much as we hate the pope! All of these bands have had their most recent NYC shows

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via The Guardian It has been a bad week for democracy in Athens. All around this great Greek city, the politics of hate now lurk. On Friday I got a taste of it in the tiny Italian-style cafe I frequent off Syntagma Square. It arrived in the form of two

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