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ArtAvant GardeFeaturesLive RitualsMusicPhotographyPost Rock

Sometimes, you just have to go to the rock and roll show at the cavernous venue on the edge of town even though you know the sound there kinda sucks and the beers are, like, ten bucks and you haven’t really heard anyone else on the bill but the one

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Photos and Text by Charles Nickles Eight hours of The Flenser is a LOT of fucking Flenser especially when you consider doors are at 7pm but I’m all in with the gung-ho, bro! My belly’s rich with hummus, my blood is iced coffee and I’ve hidden an extra pack of

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Text and photos by Charles Nickles  What a perfect night for the old bad time… Dead Tenants I miss the skinny yip of nervous jerks that first thrilled me about Gold Standard Laboratories (and to a more bloodthirsty degree, Three One G). The metal choke of wretched six string, the

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All photos by Charles Nickles Almost an hour late from the original schedule,Emma and the rest of the band including the opening act Jaye Jayle’s lead vocalist and bass-player. enters the stage. The environment surrounding the band are perfect. Small venue, stripped stage backdrop and a public on the chop

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Text & Photos by Charles Nickles Sometimes, when shit gets weird, it’s good to go the metal show. Get hot. Get deaf. Get hit. Maybe iron some of those wrinkles out of your cranium. Other times, it leaves you wholly twisted on the very nature of your personal being. And

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles On paper, I thought this gig was perfect. Loud/weird/weird/loud/loud/weird/LOUD! The idyllic place for weirdos to converge in homage to the inspirational diaspora of braying concrete and maybe it was or mostly it was or yeah, it totally was and while most folks who stumbled out of

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