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OLD-SCHOOL METAL Wednesday, February 11
In the late ’70s and early ’80s, metal was king and Anvil forged a place on the scene on the strength of their no-BS style of metalloid riffage and high-energy live shows. Like many of …
COMEDY Wednesday, February 11
Considered the reigning king of observational comedy, Jerry Seinfeld has created a veritable empire on the strengths of his undeniable skills at humorously pointing out the sometimes-aggravating …
Museum's current exhibit is a dazzling overview of one of the most powerful movements in art
Orlando heavy-hitters fly way above their punk rock peers
Back in the early 2000s, my band 
 played a fundraiser to send a 
 local musician to New York to further his career in the business. We were joined by then-local hip-hop/punk trio Whole Wheat Bread for the show. We all donated our time, as it …
LOW DOWN ON THE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD Wednesday, February 11
In a recent piece in The Guardian titled “The internet will suck all creative content out of the world” — no subtlety in headlines across the pond, is there? — David Byrne (of …
FOR THE RECORD: VINYL AND I Wednesday, February 11
Waxing poetic about the sundry pleasures of needle-on-vinyl
COOL ASS UPCOMING SHOWS IN 2015 Wednesday, February 11
Look, we know that there are countless reasons to stay home: lying around eating peanut brittle and watching Moonshiners – don’t act like you don’t know – mood disorders, …
Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, American Guitarist by Steve LowenthalBetween 1959 and 2001, John Fahey released more than 40 albums of acoustic six-string guitar music that touched on …
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