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Meghan

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing.

BizarreHistoryIllustration

Schizophrenia is the subject of ever-developing theories and treatments; many say it’s a disease of the mind, while others say that our society is not set up in a way to understand it, or allow for its participation in our culture as a gift rather than a disease. It’s fascinating

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EventsFeaturesMusicPhotography

Photos by Gemma Shaw Words by Luke Bolton Locrian bring their atmospheric blackened alt noise to Roadburn festival in the Het Patronaat, the second largest stage, a beautiful church converted into a music venue upstairs. The sound kicks off nicely as people’s ears adjust to Roadburn, Locrian providing more high

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FeaturesMixtapes

The CVLT Nation 3rd Anniversary Showcase is at the Black Lodge in Seattle on Saturday, April 19th, 2014…more info HERE! One of our favorite young doom bands, USNEA, has put together a mixtape for our 3rd Anniversary showcase this Saturday! If you haven’t seen these dudes live, we highly recommend

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Interview by Francesca Marongiu In this first chapter I arranged a chat between Faith Coloccia (Mamiffer, Everlovely Lightningheart, Sige Records) and Sera Timms (Ides Of Gemini, Black Mare, Black Math Horseman). They’ll talk about sympathetic magic, pipe organs, tarot, goddesses, archetypes, Randal Dunn, Aaron Turner, sisterhood, weather machines, I Ching,

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Sculpture

Mæt (full) is a photographic series by Per Johansen that explores our relationship with food and its consumption. Growing up in North America, I have plenty of experience with the idea of being “full” or “stuffed” with food, as well as the ubiquitous presence of plastic. I remember my first

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DocumentariesTattoo

When filmmaker Claudio Marino asked us to sponsor his beautiful documentary about legendary tattoo artist Little Swastika, Ink, Blood and Spirit, we were honored. Little Swastika may be a controversial subject because of his reappropriation of the swastika as a symbol of peace, luck and harmony and not as representative

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