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It’s no secret that heads in California love their underground music, especially doom. The Cali underground is alive because of the individuals creating and supporting their own realities within it. Case in point is the Omniscient Vol. IV fest taking place in Banning, California on Oct. 26th, 2019. The lineup

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Ambient industrial project DREKKA is getting ready to share the early recordings from his 1996 – 2002 era. Dais Records is releasing their LP No Tracks In The Snow on February 22, and today we’re happy to be sharing the visual they created for the track “Christmas 1973 or 1974.”

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California’s CASTLE is one of the hardest working bands in the underground and always kicks out the jams non-stop. Unholy awesomeness – their new LP Deal Thy Fate is out now via Ripple Music and it really does ROCK! Today we are super excited to share with you their new

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Artoffact Records is getting ready to release a weird and wonderful debut record from Vancouver’s FREAK DREAM entitled Into the Sun on 9/21. If you enjoy music that pulls you in with addictive synths and then crushes your mind with gorgeously manic vocals, then hit play on our video premiere

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Olympia is not an easy city to call home.  Maybe it’s the weather.   Maybe it’s the cold and insular nature of so many of its inhabitants. A few years ago, I realized I had perhaps attained “local” status when I noticed I complain about this city incessantly, yet never leave. 

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The Philly band NOTHING pressed their way to the forefront of the shoegaze revival with their 2014 album Guilty of Everything. They brought a loud and rough around the edges grunge undercurrent to the genre as a needed reminder of bands like Hum and the Catherine Wheel. Some of this

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