Choler Magazine is a blog about forward looking music and culture produced by artists with independent spirits.
Originally founded in Southern California in 1999 by Sean Flinn, Jeremy Matters, Eric Solomon, Kyle Kohler and Adam Dewey, it was among the vanguard of enthusiast media Web sites covering pop culture. Its pages eventually grew to contain lengthy, unexpurgated interviews with iconic artists like Henry Rollins, Diamanda Galas, Michael Gira (Swans, Angels of Light), Amanda Palmer (The Dresden Dolls), Martin Atkins (Public Image Ltd, Killing Joke, Pigface) and many others. Choler also commits itself to showcasing vibrant, challenging works by emerging visual artists.
The site went into hybernation on June 22, 2006. It will officially relaunch on June 22, 2011.
Submissions for review, requests for interviews and art for display are all welcome — but coverage is never guaranteed. We write about what we like. Twas ever thus.