Goings-On

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Crossing Cultures

You would think that Afromotive is going to be another shitty Parliament Funkadelic tribute band with their nine members and dreaded back-up dancers, but they’re actually an eclectic powerhouse of sound. Mixin...
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Indie Darlings

Portugal. The Man almost made it into the annoying indie-pothead category, but since their songs aren’t too long and have soda pop shop harmonies, they don’t give the usual jam band headache. Alaskan natives t...
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Die Volkenvestival!

Like Woody Allen, folk music is seemingly being kept alive on a wholesome diet of bagels, flannel, and the tears of old Jewish women. However, unlike Woody Allen, folk music is only getting better. Look no furt...
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Grindcore Overload

A Brooklyn-based heavy music series masterminded by Boredoms’ 77BOADRUM performance organizer Adam Shore is set to kick off with three of the greatest artists in grindcore history. Repulsion will play their lan...

Oh Boy, New Slayer!

Slayer premiered the release of their new single, "Hate Worldwide" today on shockhound.com. Suffice it to say, it sounds like Slayer. Phew. If you can stomach going to the mall, the single is for sale at Hot To...
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Guitar Hero

Erstwhile Poison and Mr. BIG guitarist Richie Kotzen will be performing at the B.B. King Blues Club in NYC on Tuesday, July 28. An opportunity to witness Kotzen’s live show in the States is rare, as he does mos...
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Sublime Resurrected

Giving a chance for fans who didn’t see their reggae ska-punk fusion heroes live, Badfish takes the spirit of Sublime and create a nostalgic atmosphere for anyone who was around in the ‘90s. Forming in 2001 at...
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