Communion by Various Artists

Compilation albums are a lot like a mixtape. The best ones are built of different artists and vibes, but when set together in one singular time frame form a truly inspiring listening experience. Compilation albums can be as intimate and involved as that homemade mixtape you made back in high school for a friend. You […]

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Locust Accords and Erotic Rites : Alex Cuervo and Timothy Fife Talk ‘Communion’ Compilation

So if you’ve been paying attention over the past week, I’ve been talking a lot about this Record Store Day 2018 compilation coming out in just a couple weeks called Communion. The righteous duo of Darren Page(Burning Tapes) and Gary Dimes(All of Them Witches) who run Burning Witches Records together are throwing their synth-heavy hat […]

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Record Store Day 2018 : Burning Witches Records Wants You To Take ‘Communion’

Yes, we’ve entered the month every record collector drools over and every brick and mortar both loves and gets great anxiety over. With the entrance of April comes Record Store Day. That day when exclusive content is released for music lovers everywhere on the only true music format that counts: vinyl. CDs are still alright […]

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“More John Hughes Than John Carpenter” : A Talk With Composer Cory Kilduff

Cory Kilduff was an 80s kid, so that means he was raised on a steady diet of Stephen Spielberg, John Williams, and synth pop. He also developed a fear of clowns(thanks, Poltergeist), a passion for skateboarding, and was changed by Nirvana’s Bleach. Kilduff grew up in Texas in the suburbs, which just outside the city limits […]

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