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ACESKULLY by JD forte

The Roarful Glory That is Aceskully

Text by John Hood Picture by JD Forte There’s no cha-cha-cha or any of the other tell tale inflections that give life to the sounds dubbed Latin. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.) There’s none of the subsonic throb that makes cars go Boom in the...

South Korea’s Opium Tattoo visits Rosa Negra Tattoo in Miami

Baeksa and Young are tattoo artists from South Korea. Based in Seoul,their shop it called Opium Tattoo, and their practice it not a common one for their country. Contrary to the United States and Western Europe, were tattoos are as common as other fashion accessories,...

Lol Tolhurst: “The Cure Became my Gang”

Most of the iconic bands of the past generations have many stories of demons and redemption to tell; and The Cure, of course, is one of them. Laurence “Lol” Tolhurst, former drummer and keyboard player of the band recently released a memoir titled “Cured: The...

Jacuzzi Boys: Early Days and Latest Music

If you have been around Miami or South Florida in general for any amount of time, the name Jacuzzi Boys will definitely be familiar. The Miami based trio has been dropping their unique style of rock since 2007. The sound of their music is easily...

Kembra Pfahler by Katrina del Mar

Future Feminism, Art and Shock; a conversation with Kembra Pfahler

Kembra Pfahler can be considered the godmother of modern day shock art. Her show The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black (TVHOKB) has her performing naked, her body covered with red paint. Enormous black wigs and black teeth have become a classic among the New York...

Leon Benavente

León Benavente

León Benavente es un grupo español formado por Luis Rodríguez (guitarra), Abraham Boba (voz, teclados), Eduardo Baos (bajo, sintetizadores) y César Verdú (batería). Allá por el año 2012, el cuarteto irrumpió en la escena musical en la forma de super grupo indie desconocido, pero con estrellas...

Too Much Love Goes Print!

Sometimes the title says it all. From here in the offices of Too Much Love Magazine we're very happy to announce the release of our first print edition, on November 18th. This is a dream that has been hard to achieve, with many ups and downs in...