Tiger Tiger Burning Bright: Tiger Army @ The Complex 07.08 with The Delta Bombers, The Limit Club

Tiger Tiger Burning Bright: Tiger Army @ The Complex 07.08...
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When I was just out of high school, Tiger Army were my band. After first hearing them, I changed the way I dressed, I started tracking down psychobilly and rockabilly

You, Me and The Devil: The Devil Makes Three

You, Me and The Devil: The Devil Makes Three
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Drawing from folk, hot jazz, all types of acoustic music and just enough edge to put punk on the list, The Devil Makes Three is a one-of-a-kind act that has been spellbinding audiences around the country. This drummer-less three-piece conjures up thoughts of Depression-era sting and jug bands, but remains relevant to the present day. I had a chance to talk to frontman Pete Bernhard about the genesis of such a band and where The Devil Makes Three fits in this contemporary music scene. … read more

Reviews: Turchi – Can’t Bury Your Past

Reviews: Turchi – Can’t Bury Your Past
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The beauty of the blues is that it’s so simple and raw that it can convey anything from anybody. It’s not playing different chords—it’s that one can play the same chords that have been played forever, and still play them with one’s own pain with one’s own soul. Turchi play a gritty, textured style of the blues, which, at times, is pretty remarkable … … read more

Reviews: Swingin’ Utters

Reviews: Swingin’ Utters
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What can I say about the Swinging Utters? That they’re an amazing band that always manages to come up with ways to never sound hackneyed or worn-out. That Poorly Formed ranks amongst this fan’s favorite releases from the band’s nearly quarter-century career. … read more

Review: White Flag Down – Never Surrender

Review: White Flag Down – Never Surrender
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Is there a set of specifications to be considered a Clockwork punk band? Because I’d imagine that The Adicts would be an example that most bands would look to. … read more

Review: Various Artists – Punk Rock Val 14
Review: Various Artists – Sticks Over My Shoulder

Review: Various Artists – Sticks Over My Shoulder
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In the late 70s, documentary maker George Mitchell traveled the back roads of Georgia searching out the remaining bluesmen who could still play … read more

Review: Various Artists – The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute

Review: Various Artists – The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute
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As mortals, it’s only natural that we contemplate our demise. How will I be remembered? How will my passing be marked? When No Use For A Name frontman Tony Sly left this plane of existence, the global punk rock community seemed to come to a screeching stop. … read more

Review: Tim Barry – Raising Hell & Living Cheap: Live in Richmond
Review: Tim Barry – Lost & Rootless

Review: Tim Barry – Lost & Rootless
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Tim Barry = Chuck Ragan + Merle Haggard + Billy Bragg  … read more