Goblinko – Sean Aaberg, Acid Vomit and the Dungeon Degenerates

When did people stop airbrushing Wizards onto panel vans? When did teenagers stop blazing up in their bedrooms beneath blacklight posters of dragons? When did our collective design aesthetic become so fucking boring? In a world of clean sans-serif and minimalist uniformity, it turns out there are still pigment-smeared goblins daubing psychedelic murals, giggling maniacally […]

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Reclaim the Red Light of Morning with Andy Prieboy and this Australian Fire Fundraiser

No stranger to our shores, former Wall of Voodoo frontman and poet laureate of cynical Americana, Andy Prieboy has watched from afar as our Country has burned with a twinge of recognition thanks to his own flight from the California Woolsey fires of 2018. From his breakthrough Wall of Vooodoo anthem ‘Far Side of Crazy’ […]

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Kingdom Death Cult

It comes in a big black box. It’s arrival unsettlingly reminiscent of, and of no less import than that of the obelisk that heralds the outset of Kubrik’s 2001. It costs four hundred US dollars and weighs ten kilograms. But you will normalise this. You’ll normalise a lot of things in the Kingdom Death Cult. […]

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Now that other kid from Stranger Things totally looks like Dave Vanian

Part three in our potentially ongoing series ‘That kid totally looks like’ again features a cast member of Netflix’s diminishing returns nostalgia-em-up ‘Stranger Things’. Not content with Rowland S Howard doppleganger Finn Wolfhard (such an awesome name) in the ensemble, the showrunners have seemingly now seen fit to transform Millie Bobby Brown’s character ‘Eleven’ into […]

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