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This Is Your Brain On GHOLD…Mind-Numbing Full Set

Photo by Jose Ramon Caamaño Photography

What the fuck do we have here? A mind-melting performance by Ghold performing at The Crypt in Camberwell for Cosmic Carnage, where they were joined by James Alec Hardy on visuals. The whole thing was shot and edited by RIFF.Underground.  This is more than just a full set – this is a visual drug that will have you HIGH for days!!! Thank you to Ritual Productions and Ghold for allowing us to share this experience with you. I can’t say enough how moving this footage is – all I can say is that you have see it for yourself!

Photo by Jose Ramon Caamaño Photography

 

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Shout Out to the crew:
Chris Purdie has been shooting bands in London for the last 6 years, in which time he’s worked with Stuart Dahlquist (Asva, Dama/Libra) Coma Wall, Nick Hudson, and recently Oxbow on their soon to be released new record. RIFF. Underground has been active since 2015 and started with the intention of capturing the raw essence and atmosphere of being at an underground show.

 

 

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  1. RIFF.Underground

    October 13, 2016 at 3:58 am

    Thanks for the shout out, remember to subscribe to the RIFF.Underground youtube channel and check out our facebook page for up to date films.

    http://www.facebook.com/RIFF.Underground/
    http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0JiBDyelIiv4NjKmEamThQ

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