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Rumpke Mountain Boys // Live @ The 20th Century Theater // 12.30.19

Article & Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – People ring in the New Year in all sorts of ways, and what better way than two nights of music from the Rumpke Mountain Boys and friends?  As was done last year, The RMBs played two nights (December 30 and 31) at

Mannequin Pussy // Live @ Zanzabar // 12.17.19

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY -- Don't think about it too hard. Once you get comfortable with this band's name it becomes easy to surrender to the raw energy, visual display, and fearless abandon that's at the core of Mannequin Pussy.  If you walked into Zanzabar's performance space

Movie Review: Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   The final entry in the Skywalker Saga. The anticipation was palpable. This was the one that would bring this monumental space opera story to its end. Stakes were high, excitement was felt and expectations were set. Did it live up to all this and more? Our answer?

Lindsay Foote // Live @ The Lilypad // 12.5.19

Article: Emily Wheeler // Photos: Andrew Kopanski   Cambridge, MA - Boston-native Lindsay Foote has recently returned to her hometown after a ten-year residence  in Toronto, Ontario. During her decade in the north, Foote honed her craft through collaborations, live shows and a multitude of singer-songwriter workshops. Her Canadian chapter also included

Static X // Live @ the NorVa // 11.20.19

Article and Photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   NORFOLK, VA: Where has this band been all my life? Nestled into a genre that's right up my alley, industrial/nu-metal band Static-X has rejoined the scene, with a twist and a purpose. Currently touring both as a memorial tribute to late lead singer Wayne

Slayer // Live @ Fargodome // 11.17.19

Article and Photos by: E. Jourdain, Jr.   Fargo, North Dakota -- Slayer brought their Final Campaign to the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota for a night of heavy music provided by some of the best and most legendary in the business. Former Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo opened the show with his band

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