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CVLT Nation is all about self-expression on many levels, and photography is an awesome way for someone to express their creative spirit. Parker Day is a person that uses this art form to create technicolor portraits, and it’s clear he has fun doing it. Their work reminds me of a

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Noe’s body of work speaks for itself. It also sets the bar pretty high considering the beautiful yet confrontational nature of “I Stand Alone,” “Irreversible,” “Into the Void” and “Love.” His latest film combines the intense sexual tone of “Love” with the drugs gone wrong theme of “Into the Void.”

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On October 6, 1966 (aka ‘The Day of the Beast’ in psychedelic circles), California banned the possession of LSD. Two years later the law went nationwide. Mark McCloud did as anyone of vision might: he began buying loads of blotters, sheets of paper infused with LSD, for consumption. Eventually his

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Just to inspire your weekend – here’s some archival footage from 1956 of a woman who tries LSD for scientific research. She trips the fuck out. Dr. Sidney Cohen was conducting experiments at Veterans Administration Hospital in LA, focused on mental health issues. “I can’t tell you about it. If you can’t see it, you’ll

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From the ever-impressive Iron Lung Records comes the highly anticipated LP from Latishia’s Skull Drawing, Romanticized. For those who aren’t aware, this is an extremely noisey, all-over-the-place hardcore punk band featuring members of The Ukiah Drag (darkwave/postpunk), Cottaging (noisey postpunk), Cult Ritual (hardcore), and Salvation (hardcore). I discovered this band through Joey

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Dazed Digital It’s been two years since Seth Ferranti was released from prison, after serving the majority of a 25 year sentence for distributing LSD across the state of Virginia. At 22, he was selling hundreds of thousands of hits of acid, as well as weed, on the college scene and elsewhere

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