Emma Ruth Rundle
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
This year has brought me a lot of shows that would be my first time hearing the performing artists. And this one was not an exception. I had a vague idea of what to expect, yet the actual show proved to be beyond anything I imagined. The bands complimented each
I have spent a LOT of fucking time visiting hospitals recently (and kinda pity the intern who, wide-eyed and earnest, asks me how I spent my “time off”) so I was a little reluctant to jump into this slow burn since I started the week discussing funerary wishes and listening
All photos by Charles Nickles Almost an hour late from the original schedule,Emma and the rest of the band including the opening act Jaye Jayle’s lead vocalist and bass-player. enters the stage. The environment surrounding the band are perfect. Small venue, stripped stage backdrop and a public on the chop
Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran Another hugely anticipated day today, which was clear by the packed room at Barboza at the beginning of local doom merchants Un’s set at 5 PM sharp. They were followed by metalcore stalwarts The Drip, psychedelic metal duo White Hills (dude had an awesome rainbow
Emma Ruth Rundle is one of the best singer-songwriters and guitarists around. Marked for Death, her last album, was released via Sargent House in September 2016. Recording Marked For Death was such an arduous process for Emma and one year later, in Berlin, I talked with her about what has changed since its release.