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I am pretty sure that we all can agree that the world is a heavy place to live right about now. For me, music plays a very important role in keeping my mind right. Sometimes I need blissful, sad music to make me feel whole again, which is why I

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I’m really excited about the new wave of shoegaze/grunge/noisegaze or whatever you wanna call it that’s happening these days. I was a 1990s teen and melodic vocals, fuzzy riffs and loud drums is what got me climbing into the rabbit hole of underground music. So when I hear bands like

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 Unholy awesomeness – what an honor it is to share with you the new KORINE visual for their song “Uncrossed.” If you haven’t heard of this band, I bet you after just one listen you will not stop blasting their music! Their 2018 album New Arrangements (released by Born Losers Records) was

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Is it The Birthday Party? Is it Scratch Acid? Is it Turkey Bones & The Wild Dogs? No, it’s Manchester’s LOCEAN! This experimental Post Punk/Noise Rock collective are creating off-kilter music that’s epic on so many levels! Their new album CHAV ANGLAIS comes out on November 1st, 2019 via  Artificial

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I love a good onslaught of heavy just as much as the next metal head, but since I love music in so many forms, I really appreciate a festival that brings together artists from all over the genre map. So I am drooling over the LEVITATION 2019 bill, happening this

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Photos: Eduardo Cruz (except where noted) One of the things I get to do in my job is go to fests. I go to a lot of fests. Usually at least 8 to 10 in a year. Punk fests, death fests, doom fests you name it. This August, I found

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