Theis Duelund

Theis Duelund

Independent Producer

Theis Duelund is an L.A. based journalist. His writing about arts and culture has appeared in Los Angeles Magazine, LA Weekly, VICE, KCET Artbound, and the Danish publications Politiken, Musikeren, and Netudgaven, among others. He is a native of Denmark.

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Twenty-year-old Dylan Arseo struggles to be heard as he stands in the middle of his mother’s living room in Cathedral City, California, addressing a crowd of about a hundred and…

When the hottest punk club in Cathedral City is in your mom’s living room

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