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Earth’s Dylan Carlson Hopes He Has Grown as a Person and Musician
Earth’s Dylan Carlson Hopes He Has Grown as a Person and Musician
There's always been stark, contrasting ideas present in the music of Earth, from something as minuscule as song titles to the now-released full-length 'Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light 1.' "I always have my ear out for those type of oppositional things," guitarist Dylan Carlson told Noisecreep when asked about where the delightfully-conflicting title came from...
Om Doom Philadelphia’s Eardrums
Om Doom Philadelphia’s Eardrums
"Damn it, we missed Lichens," this writer grumbled to her companions as we finally got to Johnny Brenda's, one of Fishtown's nicer venues and home to more hipsters than you can shake an ironically-angled stick at. The bar downstairs hummed contentedly as the regulars settled in to while their nights away over warm PBR and overpriced 'local drafts,' but this cozy scene held nothing for u
Pelican Have ‘No Complaints’ About Hydra Head as They Prepare for Southern Lord Debut
Pelican Have ‘No Complaints’ About Hydra Head as They Prepare for Southern Lord Debut
One month before Pelican release their fourth album, 'What We All Come to Need,' the Chicago instrumental heavyweights join label mates Sunn 0))), Earth and Eagle Twin for a show at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple in New York City. This veritable Southern Lord Records showcase is part of the Blackened Music Series, but it effectively previews Pelican's new songs before their headlining tour in October