I had the opportunity to interview Chris L. Terry about his newest novel and I am excited to have him participate in #BLKGRLSWURLD first ever Punks of Color Panel Talk this Friday September 27th, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Don’t miss out on the chance to meet Chris L. Terry in person! On Thursday September 26th, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Chris will be having a book talk and book signing at Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books in Philadelphia too!
Ahh, it’s crazy y’all. We tried a new printer this time and we are so pleased with the bright colors and glossy pics. Only did a short run of 30 copies for now but we’ll probably print more for live events as the season kicks off. Keeping our prices under $10 for the youth so […]
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This is quick reminder from all of us at #Blkgrlswurld Zine to please register to vote so that you can participate in the November U.S. Presidential election. If you notice ads or billboards telling you its too late or that you may not qualify, IGNORE them – double check with the offices that know for […]
How do you deal with an album that presents itself as not likely to ever be performed live? A musing I heard from Cult of Luna in a Spotify: Metal Talks interview, the long distance collaboration between Cult Of Luna based in Sweden and Julie Christmas based in Brooklyn is a stellar pairing or […]
The latest radio episode of Paper Cuts is streaming online at Clocktower.org 😀 Interviews from participants of the second annual Pioneer Works Zine Exchange on May 13, 2016. The sessions were orchestrated by Clocktower radio Paper Cuts host and zine expert, Christopher Kardambikis. The playlist of participants includes: #BLKGRLSWURLD Zine (on mandolin) Mustarrrrrrrrrrd 3 Dot […]
“To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere” was released earlier this month by Thrice and here at #Blkgrlswurld we can’t stop playing it.
I’m so proud of the Architects guys for releasing their latest album ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ today in the States. They are the last band from my college days that I personally supported as a fan and fellow musician. In earlier days of the Midwest metalcore scene, it was common for bands to […]
The Metal this summer season is heavy this year for the East Coast. I’m really bummed at all the great bands coming through like Deftones and Architects that I’ll miss during my August trip abroad, but I will be catching Manson and Slipknot at the beach 🙂 Plus Warped Tour is crazy heavy for 2016 […]
As Underoath’s comeback tour finishes up in a couple of weeks, I wanted to weigh in on the experience of seeing these guys again after a 3.5 year breakup. For those of us familiar with the band’s history, you know it was a ‘Breakup’ in the most serious way. The band’s departure in 2013 became […]