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Here’s the Riot: Tonight We’re Alive

By Stephen Chow Sometimes I just want to curl up with nice set of heart pounding old school speakers and bleed out of my ears in a therapeutic way. I don’t bleed for just anyone. Paris Tompkins aka Here’s the Riot is here to oblige me with his latest Tonight We’re Alive. The EP is, […]

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Marty McKay: New York City Dreams

By Antiem Boyd Are you ready for some rock banging out of New York by way of Zurich? Marty McKay puts his own spin on alt rock and seems to be having a blast on his new record New York City Dreams. He also puts a lot of himself into the tracks. All the ups […]

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Mike Comfort: Pretty Sweet Stuff!

By Mike Drinkard Me and Stephen Chow like to get high and listen to music. A lot of times, we write our reviews high. I guess I should say Stephen Chow and I. Our editor and the owner of this magazine know this. She doesn’t care how we live our lives. She just wants us […]

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FLAUNT Rave Noir

By Stephen Chow Justin Jennings and Joseph Vitterito created FLAUNT to experiment with different approaches to music making. On their new project Rave Noir, the band sought to create a new, yet old, storytelling experience. “We wanted to make an album that was reminiscent to some extent of what radio used to sound like… Where […]

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Joykill Collective’s New Battle Cry

By Antiem Boyd Joykill Collective began as a solo project for Leif. The young artist lived in an attic in Northampton as part of an artistic commune. As he shared his politicalIy charged views with his fellow commune dwellers and they shared their thoughts and ideas about how messed up the world is, something began […]

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Grumsling, Something Strange This Way Comes

Grumsling: Full Coverage Grumsling: A Church, On a Boat, In the Sea By Stephen Chow July 8, 2015 Straight out of Oakland, a quartet called Grumsling comes. The goal of their two new EPs is to reveal the mystery behind the character Grumsling. So after a few listens, you’re asked to tune in a little […]

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