Rant ‘N’ Roll: She And Him

Levi Lowrey is “Trying Not To Die.” It’s a song from his third CD, Levi Lowrey (Southern Ground). In today’s telegenic version of what substitutes for country music, those pickers, singers and writers who would stand out in any era have a harder time getting noticed through all the crap. …

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MedioXCore: Keep It In The Dojo, Dudebro.

What’s the fastest way to lose the interest of an entire crowd, you ask? Well. It’s probably throwing punches at people for no fucking reason, dickweed.

My boyfriend is the drummer of a well-known black metal band within the black metal/sludge /death metal/etc. scene in South Jersey and Philly. Not …

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Kam On Film: ‘Tanzania: A Journey Within,’ ‘Vanishing Pearls: The Oystermen Of Pointe A La Hache’ and What’s New In Theaters

Tanzania: A Journey Within

Heretic Films

Unrated

African And American Travel To Tanzania In Transformational Documentary

After finishing high school, Venance Ndibalema made the most of an opportunity to leaveTanzaniato study physics and philosophy at theUniversityofMiami. Now, he’s ready to visit his homeland for the first time in years, a …

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Reality Check: Desperate Democrats Lowball Strategy 2014

Karl Rove once told me that the only thing that matters when you are looking at miles of bad road is what you do to shorten it. I remember he let the “shhh” just roll through his teeth; “shhhhorten it.” They were gritted like a challenged pit bull. His eyes …

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Between & Beyond: Mystics

I woke this morning to find that Michael C. Ruppert, former LAPD officer turned whistleblower and ostracized activist, had committed suicide. VICE recently published a long exposé that caught up with Mike; at least it was a catch up for me. His name had left my radar for a long …

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15 Must-Own Releases On Record Store Day 2014

April has come around again, and with it comes a much-needed surcease of the cruel winter that plagued us for so long. And Record Store Day too, for that matter. This year, the 19th is the third Saturday of the month, meaning that it’s also the day to head out …

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Shoreworld: Hot Blood – No Kings

(Photo by Mike Petzinger Photography)

From its angry birth in the dirty ’80s, through its current fifth generational phase of evolution today, New Jersey hardcore has been the method of communication for rebel-rousing evangelists across the Garden State and the world beyond. Hardcore comes from the continued evolution of the …

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Maria Mar’s Local Radar: Morningside Lane

Wednesday—the day where we can all be kick back, read, and learn about some hot new music. Whether it’s local, national, underground, heavy, indie, classical or whathaveyou, The Aquarian Weekly always has a way of drawing us in and keeping us in the know of what is happening in the …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Chops, Chops And More Chops

Tweed Funk has been bringin’ it ‘round the globe since 2010. The horns pump it up to create the kind of sweat-filled funked-up blues ‘n’ soul that tickles your innards. First Name Lucky (Tweed Tone Records) is a dandy approximation of their balls-to-the-wall live show.

I’m bettin’ on these bad-ass …

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Kam On Film: ‘A Haunted House 2,’ ‘Small Time’ and What’s New In Theaters

A Haunted House 2

Open Road Films

Rated R for violence, graphic sexuality, frontal nudity, drug use, ethnic slurs and pervasive profanity

Ghost Spooks Newlyweds in Irreverent Horror Spoof

A Haunted House, an irreverent spoof of Paranormal Activity, co-starred Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins as Malcolm and Kisha, …

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