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Warriors Roast - 12oz. Whole Bean - $16.00 The Warrior Roast is a collaboration between BentPenny Coffee and The Young and Brave Foundation. Proceeds from each bag benefits those young, brave and battling cancer. To learn more about The Young and Brave Foundation go visit www.theyoungandbrave.com https://vimeo.com/185692898...

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You could stream the Beijing-based duo's new double album online and enjoy it very much. The Los Angeles transplants played a lot of these songs at Imprint Presents: Underground Bands from China, and the music is as deep and fuzzy as it is gorgeous and dark--not only produced by but featuring bass from China's godfather...

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Is forensic literature a thing? Last night I went to a book release event celebrating the work of H.T. Tsiang, an uncompromising self-published novelist whose works have been uncovered and republished by indie house Kaya Press. And China Has Hands was originally released in 1937 and provides a laundryman's view of New York's Chinatown. I...

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Super7 has been getting a lot of well-deserved attention for its retro Star Wars, Masters of the Universe, and Alien figures but the shop is founded on punk rock and skateboarding as much as it is cool toys. At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Super7 released a short run of Cab Dragon figures based on...

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Kate Simon is best known for shooting the image of Paul Simonon smashing his bass on the cover of The Clash's London Calling. What an incredible image on an essential double album. But her 2004 collection from Genesis Publications, which was limited to 2,000 signed copies and came packaged in a wooden box, is remarkable...

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Raymond Pettibon is a Renaissance man whose art has charged zines, flyers, album covers, canvases, and wall paintings since the late '70s. This gorgeous and nearly 700-pages-thick tome covers all aspects of the math teacher/punk rocker/fine artist's powerful words and raw images that are informed by Southern California subculture in the tradition of  Bukowski, Chandler,...

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The Humans takes me back to being a college student in the later '80s and getting my mind blown by vintage exploitation movies championed by John Waters in his essays, catalogued in RE/Search Publications' Incredibly Strange Films, and curated by the crew at Hollywood Book & Poster. An episodic fever dream of drug-fueled hippie flicks, low-budget...