O.C. O.G. – An Interview with Rikk Agnew

Punk rock dark lord and master of the octave chord Rikk Agnew has left his sonic prints on more red hot and poisonous projects than you’ve had furtive wanks. Emerging out of the embryonic Orange County punk scene in the... Continue Reading →


The Resurrection Hex- David J Haskins on Bauhaus, Black Majick & Benediction

It all starts with a Bossa Nova beat. Then three descending bass notes usher in swirling and strafing guitars that skitter like spiders, white on white translucent. A cult is born. Undead. The man behind those iconic bass notes was... Continue Reading →

Dig out your black shawl, Channel Ten is losing The Simpsons.

Hear me out. I haven’t watched terrestrial TV for many years and the Simpsons has been powerfully shit for a very long time but I’m assuming they still flooded the schedule with re-runs right? What are the impressionable children of... Continue Reading →

We always become the things we hate – My life with Morrissey.

With a new album on the horizon, Manchester’s most divisive son remains ‘Low in High School.’ But has his truculent tongue bitten us once too many times? As comfortable wrapped in his enigma as he is exposing his nipples, Stephen Patrick... Continue Reading →

Puritans- Seven Inches of Autonomy

Fundamental Illness Records is a Sydney based label and distro that is hoisting the DIY banner proudly in their inked and calloused hands. Following the digital only release of their ‘El Corridor Maldito’ compilation in conjunction with Eterna Oscuridad they’ve... Continue Reading →

Local Man continues commitment to Dark Souls speed run even after spiders crawl up his dick-hole.

Local masochist Jimothy Pudenda recently highlighted his extraordinary commitment to From Software’s seminal controller-destroy-em-up ‘Dark Souls’ by continuing his Speed Run record attempt even after a swarm of baby spiders commenced crawling into his dick hole. Looking to shave a... Continue Reading →

It’s Mostly Pixels. Writing on Games.

A collection of my guilty pleasure articles about digital frippery. When I was a wayward teenager growing up in the 90's and spending countless bush kif dusted afternoons playing Street Fighter on the Megadrive in my friend's garage, we were... Continue Reading →

Love, Anarchy and Violence: The Legacy of Rik Mayall, The People’s Poet

At the Junction of Queen Caroline Street and Hammersmith Bridge Road lies a simple blue memorial plaque that reads: Rik Mayall 1958-2014 - Punched his friend in the balls on a bench near this spot. The piece was originally published... Continue Reading →

Le Butcherettes- Teri Gender Bender, Metaphorical Quicksand & The Secrets of The Universe

From the toquines of Mexico to duets with Iggy Pop, Teri Gender Bender brings wide eyed fire and blood. Originally Published in Collide Art & Culture Magazine Issue 5, this is the full chat in its first time on the... Continue Reading →

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