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21 March 14

Holly Hunt and Hollow Leg are touring the East Coast for a string of heavy dates. Don't miss them if they come through your city. You'll probably hear them from miles away anyway.

March 21-29 (Click through each date for full info)

21- Gainesville at Mars Pub w/ Gaul and Thunderclap

22- Greensboro at Hippo Records w/ Irata

23- DC at The Dougout w/ Paranoid Minds, JAVLA

24- Philadelphia at Kungfu Necktie w/ Clamfight, Sunburster

04 February 14

INC 2014 kicks off today! It's the 11th annual conference and and also the biggest to date, with a 5-day span boasting over 140 acts. The OE family will be on site, including Dim Past, Emile Milgrim/Quarter Horses, Fsik Huvnx and Holly Hunt. It's free to check out all 5 days, so if you're in South Florida, no excuses.

13 January 14

Check out a brand new video for Dim Past's "Night Shade" off Black Dolphin. It was directed by Monica Peña, with cinematography by JL Rubiera and performance by Katie Cora Stirman.

03 January 14

Dim Past and Bobby Flan embark on their Pilgrimage of Expression on January 3rd, opening the year of the horse, 2014 with their mobile Negative Rave project and tour. Dim Past, producer of marshed-out danceable hymnals by way of occult circuitries, will be joined by Bobby Flan, whose sonic and written textures flip-flop mediums and nay-say expectations. Dante Pastelitos, of the Divine Edicts, will be providing cosmosonic guidance.

Pilgrimage of Expression is an experimental, ecclesiastical travel experience consisting of performance and documentation through the praxis of Black Acid theology. Standard live shows in bars and clubs will be had, but through a power inverted Chevy Malibu, devout electronica-expressions will be unleashed in uncanny corners, dark alleys, and natural environs. Starting in Miami, Florida, the sacred trek will take them through the Bayou, Texas, Mexico, the West Coast, then back to Miami.

17 December 13

Givan Lötz' SNARLING, a redux of his SNARL series, is out today digitally and on limited edition cassette! The timing? Well, let's say this is the perfect collection to carry you through the cold, dark winter ahead.

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