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Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival // 9.23.18

Article by: Nick Durcholz // Photos by: John Shearer/Getty Images   Franklin, Tenn. - The fourth annual Pilgrimage Festival had it all. It burned bright for a touch over 6 hours but then the sky bruised and it was quickly saturated into submission by Lumo. Did Pilgrimage bite off more than it

Album Review: Fine Lines – Contact

Article by: Jason Robey   “On my back I’m floating, I’m so tired, don’t care if I live or drown.” the opening line of “Floating” ruminates over a single ringing guitar chord, before Fine Lines kick into full drive to for their debut album, Contact. The song, with its bouncy rhythm, arena-size

TOWER // Live @ Clash Bar // 9.13.18

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Clifton, NJ -- Upon returning from what seemed to be an extended hiatus from their usual hell-raising routine, Brooklyn's Tower easily conquered the stage and audience of the small NJ venue, blasting away everything and anything that dared to stand before them. Of course, this

The Magpie Salute // Live @ The NorVa // 9.19.18

Article and photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   Norfolk, VA -- Having lived in Georgia with its rich musical history attuned me to the plethora of talented bands that blossomed from the area. Ranging from hip hop/rap to alt rock and southern rock, I became a huge fan of The Black Crowes,

Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals // Live @ Saint Vitus // 9.18.18

Article and Photos by: Steven Principato   Brooklyn, NY - In what would be a rare and significant event at Brooklyn’s landmark Saint Vitus, a massive crowd was gathering in front of the venue. Well-known for its daily underground scene supporting touring lineups, tonight would be a very different night, as a

Seether & Tremonti // Live @ The NorVa // 9.17.18

Article and Photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar   Norfolk, VA -- The four band lineup of the evening opened a bit earlier than the posted start time with the emotive lyrics and energy of Veio, an alt metal/rock group hailing from Oregon. During their 20 minute set, they displayed a high excitement

Album Review: White Denim – Performance

Article by: Jason Robey   Austin indie-rockers White Denim are back with their eighth studio album, Performance. The album is simultaneously the most accessible and sonically experimental the group has put out so far. The opening track and lead single, “Magazin,” sets the tone from the start as a fun album, made