Bad Brains emerged out of Washington, DC in the late ‘70s and influenced the evolution of hardcore music like few other bands. Creating their own brand of fast hardcore punk mixed with reggae, Bad Brains spread a message of positivity and unity to the youth. Heads Lifestyle interviewed bassist and founding member Darryl Jenifer.
The visual magick of Malleus Rock Art Lab
Taking their name from the infamous medieval witch-hunt treatise, Malleus is the rock art lab from Italy responsible for some of the most stunning gig posters today. Drawing on the traditions of Expressionism, Art Nouveau and Surrealism, while tripping through the psychedelic influences of the original 60s poster art, Malleus conjures visual art from music.
Pacific Range rides the wave of cosmic Rock 'n' Roll
In a Heads exclusive interview, Pacific Range discusses the expanding orbit of Cosmic American Music, the challenges faced by live performances during the pandemic, and share how best to get high upon the mountain.
A festive treat
For the uninitiated, wasabi is a Japanese condiment served with sushi. It's made from the root of a plant that is similar to horseradish—often referred to as Japanese horseradish. It is very hot and spicy.
Twenty years of breeding excellence with Humboldt Seed Company
Imagine holding the genetic secrets to the world’s greatest cannabis strains. Heads Lifestyle caught up with Nat Pennington, Co-founder of Humboldt Seed Company, who for the last 20 years has been creating a legacy catalogue of heirloom cannabis strains while developing exciting new varietals with an eye on the elusive “unicorn” prize.
We come to rock for light