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With the new Simultaneity Now out on Friday August 2, Multicult provide yet another reason to love Baltimore. The new record releases on Learning Curve Records, who coincidentally also roster Tongue Party, Super Thief, and Vincas, who are offering support as Multicult crosses the United States through August and September. Prep for the record by streaming advance tracks at Multicult's Bandcamp page, and read this hot band-on-band-on-band-on-band interview for a teaser of the live tune wreckage and banter coming to a stage near you soon. We've listed exact tour dates below. Tongue Party interviews Multicult You call yourselves Multicult. Would you consider joining us? Let’s talk offline about that. Black ops, you understand. National security and all ...
Nadir is a punk trio with some names and faces you might recognize from their work with Off With Their Heads, Fake Boys, and Hard ...
Tension on the North Korean border. Conflicts with Iran. Brexit hovering like the sword of Damocles over Europe. Who knows if we'll even see ...
Quite literally, a one question interview. Also known as 1QIs, we post these first to our social media on a near-daily basis, with the archival piece here. Check 'em out.
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An in-depth discussion with a band or artist, generally in the form of a straight Q&A – no editorializing.
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Album streams, our Set List "top five..." features, our year-end "best of" lists and other music-related miscellany.
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Contributions on a range of topics from a range of industry figures: musicians, filmmakers, editors and more.
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A melting pot of mixed content: movie, book and even video game reviews. Updated sporadically, but eclectically.
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A semi-regular column exploring new and rising local bands and artists deserving of attention.
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I woke up in a bed of blankets without a clue of how I got there the previous night. The room contained the bed, a computer and myself. I bent the blankets off of my legs and found myself drifting to the illuminated screen. When I arrived, the words "Panic," "broke," and "up?" berated me from all two dimensions. I woke up again and knew that the dream's significance meant that I was to track down the band Panic and ask them the freshly sharpened question. Although they formed in 2000, 2006 was the year of answers. An interview ...
In its seventh year, it should by now be firmly established that the annual Dark Mofo Festival is hard to ...
Scene Point Blank’s latest column is more than a column about life as a musician. Yes, it is that ...
"This sounds made up, so I apologise, but it’s totally not," says Dear Boy frontman and lyricist Ben Grey ...
Hmmm, anti-authoritarian views and addressing social concerns and issues related to the government and public affairs? Tick! DIY ethic? Tick ...
Achieving phenomenal success with the release of your debut album is the kind of thing that most bands can only ...
Released this March on Furious Hooves, Lamniformes’ Sisyphean is equal parts post-metal soundscape exploration and emotional, striving indie rock. The ...
We post a variety of features in recurring series – click below to browse them.
A collection of items grouped by topic, eg. "Top 5 Worst Beatles Songs" or "Top 10 best '77 punk releases". Browse 20 features
A wide-ranging guest column written by BJ from Ancient Shores, mainly covering film but extending into philosophy and aesthetics too. Check out BJ's work on the A389 podcast. Browse 14 features
Guest column by T of Vegas Browse 13 features
One-question interviews with artists where we find out about the gear and equipment they use to achieve their sound. Browse 10 features
A roundup of coverage of the annual punk rock festival held in Gainesville, Florida Browse 4 features
A life lived and lessons learned by Eddie Spaghetti of Supersuckers. Browse 4 features
Our annual roundup from Gainesville, FL's famous Fest. Browse 4 features
It's the end of 2013, so here's our best-of roundup for the last twelve months. Browse 4 features
SPB's coverage of the annual festival in Gainesville, Florida. Browse 4 features
Our annual round-up of the best music of the year 2014. Browse 4 features
A brief but englightening chat with an artist who reveals an interesting or unexpected story from their career Browse 4 features
Our annual round-up of the best music of the year 2015. Browse 4 features
Our annual round-up of the best music of the year 2016. Browse 4 features
Our summary of the best music (and more) of 2018. Browse 3 features
A collection of coverage rounding up the year 2012, covering our favorite albums, shows, bands, and more, as well as asking record labels and bands about their past twelve months in music Browse 3 features
A cookery column by Nick, vocalist with metal band The Famine. Veggie/vegan friendly! Browse 3 features
Our annual round-up of the best music of the year 2017. Browse 2 features
A regular series by Robert F. Browse 2 features
There’s so much music released, whether physically or digitally, that keeping up with what’s going on becomes almost like a full time job. With Only Death Is Real, the aim is to bring together a selection of Browse 2 features
A semi-regular column where we choose a specific area and give a local scene report. Browse 1 features
Our coverage of the annual Fest extravaganza. Browse 1 features
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