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ArtIndustrialMusicPhotography

It is always a pleasure to see Spirit in the Room perform, because they always deliver. In my opinion, one of the most unique and self-contained bands in Los Angeles right now. And they delivered again during their show on June 27th at the Satellite, which was a part of

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ArtFeaturedMusicPhotographyPsych

Photos & Text by Bobby Cochran A Place to Bury Strangers are a sonic force to be reckoned with, an overwhelming visual cacophony with the volume to match.  Signs posted on the doors of the Great American Music Hall warned of the use of strobe lights for those prone to seizures, but even this was an understatement.  The

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80s HardcoreFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusic

The year was 1984, and one of my favorite bands was SUBHUMANS – this band could do no wrong in my eyes. They had the right politics, lyrically they were on point and their album covers spoke to me just as much as their rad songs did. Plus, this band

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80s HardcoreDocumentariesFeaturedFilmMusic

Last night I watched the killer documentary Let Them Know The Story Of Youth Brigade and BYO Records, and I’ve got to say it is one of my favorite films dealing with that era of punk! One thing is that it is full of rare footage of all kinds dating

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Death MetalFeaturedFilmFull SetsMusic

Alright, so a couple of weeks ago, I wrote about this rad death metal band KOMMAND from L.A. When I wrote the feature, I did not know that the band was fronted by Jesse Sanes, the former singer of HOAX! Now that I know what time it is, I want to

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ArtCvltureFeaturedHistoryPhotography

It’s grey outside and I feel like stepping back in time into outlaw culture. Today I want to remember the outlaw cultures I grew up around in L.A. and Venice – from Latino Gangs, to Bloods and Crips. THROW YOUR HOOD UP!   I can not leave my big brother Rodney out…He was one of

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