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From the moment I first heard Dennis Sanders’ captivating industrial-rock project Spirit in the Room, I’ve been hooked on the dark passion of their at times contradictory, always hard to define sound. And you should be too. Leaden with sad crooning and cutting, scathing lyrics, if you get a chance

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COLLAPSING SCENERY have a sound that is hard to describe… shoegaze that got drunk and dropped acid is the first descriptor that comes to mind. It’s simultaneously perfectly planned and totally improvised – chaotic sounds that align themselves with one another to create absolute harmony. I don’t know if that

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It’s hard to believe it’s only been two years since DEATH BELLS released their first full-length via Funeral Party Records. When I first heard that record, I knew I had found one of my favorite bands – this addictively uplifting, melancholy, catchy music that suddenly entered my life and that

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On a Wednesday afternoon in November 1970, social workers at the Los Angeles County Welfare Offices sat at their desks processing mountains of paperwork, answering phones, making small talk over coffee. Suddenly the office door flung open, disturbing the humdrum ambience of office noises and leading to an uncomfortable silence.

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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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