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Weirdo Canyon Dispatch – Sunday Issue Now Available!

Posted on Sunday, April 12th, 2015

Here is the fourth issue of this year’s Weirdo Canyon Dispatch, Roadburn Festival’s daily ‘zine! Today’s issue features a review of yesterday’s festivities by Adrien Begrand, the usual daily picks of must see acts plus a wish list of artists the contributors would love to see grace the Roadburn stages in 2016.

1,000 copies will be printed (limited edition!) which will be handed out today at the 013 Venue and if you want a download, you can now grab the PDF version HERE.

Thanks to editors JJ Koczan and Lee Edwards, as well as Paul Verhagen for the amazing photography and Cavum for the artwork. Enjoy!

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Weirdo Canyon Dispatch – Saturday Issue Now Available!

Posted on Saturday, April 11th, 2015

Here is the third issue of this year’s Weirdo Canyon Dispatch, Roadburn Festival’s daily ‘zine! Today’s issue features a review of yesterday’s festivities by Alex Mysteerie, the usual daily picks of must see acts and Walter Roadburn very own heartfelt memories of previous years festivals, which we felt was so […]

Weirdo Canyon Dispatch – Friday Issue Now Available!

Posted on Friday, April 10th, 2015

Here is the second issue of this year’s Weirdo Canyon Dispatch, Roadburn Festival’s daily ‘zine! Today’s issue features a review of yesterday’s festivities by José Carlos Santos, the usual daily picks of must see acts and our Roadburn memories from previous years. 1,000 copies will be printed (limited edition!) which […]

Weirdo Canyon Dispatch – Thursday Issue Now Available!

Posted on Thursday, April 9th, 2015

Here is the first issue of this year’s Weirdo Canyon Dispatch, Roadburn Festival’s daily ‘zine! Today’s issue features a review of last night’s Hardrock Hideout by Pete Green, and picks for today’s must-see acts at the first day of Roadburn, as well as a special look at the Cul de […]

The Weirdo Canyon Dispatch Returns to Roadburn 2015!

Posted on Monday, April 6th, 2015

For the second year in a row, Roadburners will be able each day to pick up a new issue of Roadburn Festival’s daily ‘zine, Weirdo Canyon Dispatch, at the 013 venue. Introducing a daily publication was something we did for the first time in 2014, and the results were great! […]

Album of the Day: Elder – Lore

Posted on Friday, February 20th, 2015

Lovingly pinched from The Obelisk: There are really two approaches one might take in considering Lore, the third full-length from Massachusetts trio Elder, released in the US by Armageddon Shop and in Europe on Stickman Records. The short way is to say they’ve turned from the deep-toned heavy psych style […]

Album of the Day: Abbot – Between Our Past and Future Lives

Posted on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Lovingly pinched from The Obelisk: There is an almost singular groove running through Between Our Past and Future Lives, the BloodRock Records debut full-length from Finnish four-piece Abbot. Not in the sense of songs sounding the same — though tones are at least consistent — but just that the material […]

Album of the Day: Torche – Restarter

Posted on Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Lovingly pinched from The Obelisk: While the title immediately evokes connotations for the band itself, the fact remains that Torche‘s Restarter could just as easily refer to an interpersonal relationship or someone who decides to go back and beat Super Mario 3 again. The lyrics for the song itself, which closes out Torche‘s 10-track / 39-minute Relapse […]

Album of the Day: Sonny Simmons & Moksha Samnyasin – Nomadic

Posted on Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

Lovingly pinched from The Obelisk: At 81 years old, alto saxophonist Sonny Simmons has overseen a career that spans decades in forward-thinking jazz. The Dec. 2014 Svart Records release, Nomadic, is nonetheless one of two full-lengths Simmons issued last year, the other being Leaving Knowledge, Wisdom and Brilliance on Improvising Beings. For the four songs of Nomadic, Simmons partners with sitarist Michel […]

Album of the Day: Lord Dying – Poisoned Altars

Posted on Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Lovingly pincehd from The Obelisk: Portland, Oregon’s Lord Dying deliver an efficient sludge-thrash beatdown on their second album for Relapse, Poisoned Altars. The follow-up to their 2013 debut, the Sanford Parker-recorded Summon the Faithless, the eight-track / 34-minute Poisoned Altars was recorded by Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust and arrives as the answer to anyone’s question as to […]

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