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For six years Desert Daze fest has steadily grown and its lineup with it, bringing legendary bangers and plenty of local Californian blood. This year’s fest looks to be the best yet and if you’re a regular Cvlt reader, you’ll probably be most interested in acts such as Earth, Chelsea

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Formerly known as Austin Psych Fest, Levitation is a citywide celebration of psychedelic, hypnotizing music in all of its myriad forms. From Electric Wizard and DIIV to The Black Angels and Windhand, the 2018 lineup included as many heavy doom moments as it did lighter, more shoegaze ones. On Saturday

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    Photos & Text: Bobby Cochran A Sunday night at the Starline Social Club in Oakland with Dallas garage-stoner-rock trio True Widow and ethereal wall-of-sound siren SRSQ would have been a powerful experience all on its own.  Tonight also happened to be the one-year anniversary of the deadly Ghost Ship fire that took the

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Today we’re very happy to share something special with you…the unparalleled collective AMENRA has put together a mixtape just for our readers, and you can stream it right here and now. CHVE and The Piracy League have put together a collection of music that is inspiring to them, although maybe

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Text & Photos by Teddie Taylor Mary Lattimore and True Widow are sonically unrelated. That’s what makes a night with the two so perfect. Rather than thrash metal band followed by doom metal band followed by black metal band, they were completely separate entities appealing to opposite emotions. Lattimore’s instrumental

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In 2013, True Widow was releasing what would be their most acclaimed album in Circumambulation. Coming through Relapse, it was actually their third record, following their debut self-titled album and As High As the Highest Heavens…, a couple of excellent releases. The psychedelic rock band has a unique way of blending

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