Wake Self teams with Meow Wolf for “No Price Tags” video

Santa Fe, New Mexico art collective, Meow Wolf, made national headlines with its interactive, multimedia art exhibition that opened last year. Albuquerque hip hop staple Wake Self has enlisted the help of the talented team for his new video, “No Price Tags,” featuring vocalist Alia Lucero. Produced by SmokeM2D6 of oldominon and Grayskul fame, the track is brought to life … Continue reading Wake Self teams with Meow Wolf for “No Price Tags” video

Funeral Door share “Saint”

Last week Funeral Door unveiled a new track, “Saint,” which is a collaboration between Tobias Sinclair from Soft Kill and Blessure Grave and Adam Klopp of Choir Boy and Human Leather. Rumors have it that the two have a full LP of material that will see release sometime in the future. In the meantime, get down with this: Saint by … Continue reading Funeral Door share “Saint”

Guillermo Del Toro Returns With The ‘The Shape Of Water’

Visionary director Guillermo Del Toro Returns with a new, non-traditional, love story with The Shape Of Water. This trailer is odd but compelling. The film stars Sally Hawkins who plays a cleaning woman at a government facility and she happens to be deaf. She somewhat befriends a creature that seems to draw similarities to the 1954 character, the Creature From The … Continue reading Guillermo Del Toro Returns With The ‘The Shape Of Water’

Ghettoblast From The Past: City Profile-Portland (Issue 34)

Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine. For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages. From Issue 34, City Profile-Portland.  Words by Caroline Losneck. Illustration by Benjamin Simonson. To subscribe to Ghettoblaster Magazine or to pick up this issue, head over to our In Print … Continue reading Ghettoblast From The Past: City Profile-Portland (Issue 34)

Ghettoblast From The Past: Cursive (Issue 21)

Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine. For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages. From Issue 21, Saddle Creek’s own Cursive.  Words by Michelle Geslani. To subscribe to Ghettoblaster Magazine or to pick up this issue, head over to our In Print page.

Armstrongs: Billy Joe (Green Day) & Tim (Rancid) Share New Single

924 Gilman Street’s name has surpassed even its own notoriety. For decades it’s been known as the DIY, nonprofit, all-ages venue for music art and community events in Berkeley, CA. Both Green Day and Rancid began performing at venues like 924 Gilman, “Anything that has to do with working with Gilman and Tim and Joey Armstrong, consider me in,” says … Continue reading Armstrongs: Billy Joe (Green Day) & Tim (Rancid) Share New Single

Warhammer 40,000 Dark Imperium Review

Dark Imperium (Games Workshop) Don’t just sit there! Grab that bolt gun, throw on your flak jacket and get out to the front lines, soldier. The emperor needs you! Warhammer 40,000 is back with a new edition and Games Workshop seems to have done the nearly impossible, mostly satisfied its gamers! Having suffered some dissatisfaction during the murky transition from … Continue reading Warhammer 40,000 Dark Imperium Review

Nine Inch Nails Returns With Track “Less Than”

After announcing the release of the NIN new EP Add Violence, releasing July 21, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross share the new lyric video for “Less Than.” The track is signature Nine Inch Nails while remaining relevant. The sonic palette expands significantly from Not The Actual Events, incorporating elements of beauty into the dark dissonance. TRACK LISTING – ADD VIOLENCE 1.  LESS THAN … Continue reading Nine Inch Nails Returns With Track “Less Than”