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When Legend And Facts Blur-An Interview With Eugene S. Robinson By Dave Wahlman Portrait photos by Kasia Robinson In John Ford’s film The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, there is a line of dialogue, “When the legend becomes fact, Print the legend”. Eugene S. Robinson is definitely a legend. He

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DEAF KIDS have been one of our favorite bands since we heard 6 Heretic Anthems For The Deaf for the first time. Flash forward to 2019, and they have released METAPROGRAMAÇÃO which is out now via Neurot Recordings – it’s one of our top picks of the decade! DEAF KIDS and

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Earth’s Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light 1 was a skeletal affair that stripped back the summery shimmer of Bees Made Honey. Bypassing the transition of autumn they skip straight to winter, frigid and hollow,  melting away the glamour and the layers they’d built up before. Following this was the

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Photos and Text by Charles Nickles Eight hours of The Flenser is a LOT of fucking Flenser especially when you consider doors are at 7pm but I’m all in with the gung-ho, bro! My belly’s rich with hummus, my blood is iced coffee and I’ve hidden an extra pack of

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RAKTA is a band from Brazil that we have been into for years! They have a new album called Falha Comum that will be coming out on April 5th via LA VIDA ES UN MUS DISCOS. They will also be kicking off a European tour with Deaf Kids in April,

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On Feb. 15th, a very special record entitled The Code came out from a band called XIXA. This Tucson band creates ghostly and enchanting gothic tales. When I listen to this band they put my mind in an open space where my mind is free to wander. XIXA is a

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