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Heavy metal poetry by Catherine Owen

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By Adam Cramb in Video on Thursday 1 August 2013

Catherine Owen is an authentic poet. She is taking her new collection of poetry on a rock style road tour. Trobairitz, the new collection out on Anvil press, is her new poetic tribute to troubadours, metalheads, and their female counterparts. And as the bass player for the metal bands Inhuman, Helgrind, and Medea, she knows […]

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New music by Sealion

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By Adam Cramb in New Music on Tuesday 30 July 2013

I had the pleasure of catching Sealion at a local basement show last weekend. He is one of the founding fathers of the coastal Noise scene. Most of his equipment and ideas come from using basic micro-chip boards contected to frequencey nobs to create ‘noise’. This technologival equipment has been sought after by groups such […]

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Photographs of Ruby Roxx by Adam Cramb

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By Adam Cramb in New Photography on Tuesday 30 July 2013

The concept surrounding religion and sexual repression is amplified in my latest photography experience. Women are given the opportunity to claim their sexual power through admonishing the church. This collection of photos of Ruby Roxx is a series in development made using various models to convey a new religious experience installation.

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Collage illustrations by Kristen McCrea

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By Adam Cramb in New Illustration on Tuesday 30 July 2013

This glue paste gal is a collage storm. The current global trend of art collage has its strong roots in Kristen McCrea’s self expression. From huge ink and collage installations to marketing her magazine Papirmasse, this artist combines the written word with international social art experiments.

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Sealion: a founding father of the coastal Noise scene

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By Adam Cramb in New Music on Friday 12 October 2012

I had the pleasure of catching Sealion at a local basement show last weekend. He is one of the founding fathers of the coastal Noise scene. Most of his equipment and ideas come from using basic micro-chip boards contected to frequencey nobs to create ‘noise’. This technologival equipment has been sought after by groups such […]

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