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D Generation: A Rioting Good Time

Legendary Lower East Side punk rockers D Generation are back in full-swing with European and U.S. dates confirmed. The tour kicks off this month in Spain and London, leading up to a headlining show at Irving Pl...
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Pop Evil: All About Sacrifice

Originally formed from pieces of other Michigan bands, Pop Evil, has gained fans the hard way with consistent touring ever since they re-released their first record, Lipstick On The Mirror. This year, the rock ...

Victorian Halls: Charlatan

Chicago four-piece Victorian Halls have been known to cause some mischief with their unique mix of chaotic—sometimes disturbing—noisy, pop-anthem rock that your mother will hate. Vocalist and guitarist Sean...

Lydia Loveless: Indestructible Machine

Growing up on a farm in a small town, there wasn’t much to do but make music for this 20-year-old Columbus, OH, native. Lydia Loveless commands the mix with her striking voice, accompanied by her rhythm gui...
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ShitKill: No Bullshit

Shitkill is bringing it to you live as they open up for heavy metal legends, Diamond Head, at B.B. King’s on Sept. 1. The New York City heavy metal lads are only in their teens, but are not shy in telling spect...
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The English Beat: Kings Of Ska

Melding love and unity together since 1979 is The English Beat. The sextet, known for their activist message in songs like “Stand Down Margaret,” “How Can You Stand There” and “Smile Train,” fuses soul, reggae,...
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Cerebral Ballzy: Bringing Punk Back

Whatever happened to punk rock?! By the end of the ‘80s many punk rockers moved on, improved their technique and turned to alt. rock. Since 2008, Cerebral Ballzy have been fighting to bring back the all-America...
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David Kilgour: The Renaissance Man

New Zealand artist David Kilgour has been playing guitar since he was a teenager in the late 1970s, when he and his brother, Hamish, set out to form the popular group The Clean, who became one of New Zealand’s ...