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This past June, the Levitation festival hit Vancouver for three heavy fun days! There were shows kicking off all over downtown and at the epic outdoor venue Malkin Bowl. One of our favorite BC photographers, Tiina Liimu, covered the fest for CVLT Nation. Check out her photos of Black Mountain, Black

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ArtEventsFeaturedFeaturesPhotographyPsych

This past June, the Levitation festival hit Vancouver for three heavy fun days! There were shows kicking off all over downtown and at the epic outdoor venue Malkin Bowl. One of our favorite BC photographers, Tiina Liimu, covered the fest for CVLT Nation. Check out her photos of A Place To

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PREMISE “Fuck man, you do not have to ask me twice,” – that was what I said when Nikos, the band manager/sound engineer for Finnish psychedelic experimentalists Oranssi Pazuzu asked if I could join the band for a couple of days during their appearance at Incineration Festival in London and

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FeaturedFeaturesMusicNeo FolkPost RockPsychStreamingUncategorized

Sangre de Muerdago puts together the four winds to create a world of fairy-like reality. Calling up our oldest memories and melodies and giving the more delicate, quiet and melancholic Galician Folk from the late 70s and early 80s a new dimension, where nature, folk tales, old wisdom, mysteries and

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FeaturedMusicPost-PunkPsych

Having crawled out of the same Florida scene as Merchandise, UKIAH DRAG continues to create twisted soundtracks to the underbelly of trailer park life, despite having fled the sunshine state in favor of New York. At least, that is what I hear when I listen to them. Having liked what the band

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Eric Quach as been at it for a minute now. Not knowing who he is or what he does is pretty much unacceptable at this point, especially if you follow a blog like this one. Ten years are not an eternity, but its a whole lot if you spent them

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