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Wavves // Live @ The Mohawk // 5.28.17

Article and Photos by: Melanie Allen   Austin, TX— Fans lined up for Wavves outside the Mohawk, regardless of the predicted thunderstorms ahead. Patrons filed into the venue to claim their most ideal spots for watching the show, though every seat in the house is a good one at the Mohawk. The

Broods // Live @ Bogarts // 5.28.17

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Cincinnati, OH – Broods were a long way from their native New Zealand when they performed at Bogarts on May 28.  Brother and sister Caleb and Georgia Nott have been making music together since they were very young, and formed Broods in 2013.  Both in

TWRP (Tupper Ware Remix Party) // 5.28.17

Article and Photos by: Andrea Belk   Nashville, TN -- What if I told you there was a band from the '80s, but... also from the future? Would you believe me if I also told you they were a time traveling, space exploring, phenomena flying across the universe bringing sweet electro/funk to

Interview with THE WORN FLINTS

Article and Photos by: Sam Carbine   Recently on the road with bands like Alabama Shakes and Catfish and the Bottlemen, the Worn Flints are a three piece band comprised of frontman Kenny Stiegele, drummer Jake Smith, and bassist Steve Trabulsi. Currently planning a headlining tour, the Columbus, Ohio band made a

Red Handed Denial // Live @ House of Targ // 5.20.17

Photos and Article by: Adrienne Row - Smith Ottawa, Ontario -- Ottawa’s most visually stimulating venue, House of Targ, hosted the second to last date of Red Handed Denial and Vaerisa’s Canadian east coast tour. The two bands were supported by opening acts Fragile Figures and Sovereign Council. Up first for the

Good Charlotte & Crown the Empire // Live @ The NorVa // 5.21.17

Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photos by: Glenn Woodell and Wendy Podmenik Darugar     The line went down past the venue and wrapped around the block, coiled in anticipation for the comeback of Good Charlotte, returning after a six year hiatus. Ages ranging from young 20's to folks in their 40's, the old

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