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For the past two years, HOME SICK Festival has been curating a night of punishing sonics and beautiful melodies. For its third incarnation, the fest is happening over two nights and in two cities – Pomona, CA on January 17, 2020 at The Glasshouse (Tickets) and Berkeley, CA on January 18, 2020 at UC Theatre (Tickets). The lineups are fire,

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Drab Majesty, Body of Light, and Xeno & Oaklander performed at Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, California on August 30th, 2019, and Bay Area photographer Geoffrey Smith was there to capture the experience. DRAB MAJESTY BODY OF LIGHT XENO & OAKLANDER

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Amazing music – check, futuristic thought through costumes with white wigs – check, high level production with beautiful lights and just the right amount of smoke – check. In other words, Drab Majesty put up one hell of a show to celebrate the release of their new album “Modern Mirror”.

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Text & Photos: Charles Nickles On paper, I thought this gig was perfect. Loud/weird/weird/loud/loud/weird/LOUD! The idyllic place for weirdos to converge in homage to the inspirational diaspora of braying concrete and maybe it was or mostly it was or yeah, it totally was and while most folks who stumbled out of

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Cardiff is the capital of Wales (UK), and although a small city by most standards, it is a metropolis crammed full of heart and passion. It’s quite unique for a variety of reasons: its inner city castle and National Stadium make it a hugely exciting city for tourists, and the

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TEN – DEVOIDOV Here Lies… Remember Pharaoh? Back in 2014, the genius New Jersey-based “depressive hardcore” band released their masterpiece debut full-length Negative Everything on the A389 label to critical acclaim, gifting the world with something unique, harrowing, and unseen which no one in hardcore had attempted before: bending punk rock to

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