Localized: The Happies

Localized: The Happies
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THE HAPPIES Miles Biddulph: Guitar Ki: Guitar Elledge IV: Drums and Keys Linwood Biddulph: Keys and Drums Nate Biddulph: Bass   To find The Happies, I went down a narrow

Nate Padley

Nate Padley
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Localized this month is lovely and has a clean complexion. Localized talks to you in a whisper before tucking you in with a glass of water. Nate Padley and The

The Bellrays

The Bellrays
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Do Not Obey: The Bellrays Bust Boundaries with their One-of-a-Kind Rock n’ Soul When talked about in larger publications The BellRays usually get lumped in with the so-called “garage rock

Low

Low
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How Low Can You Go: High Times with Alan Sparhawk of Low.   [Alan Sparkhawk of Low] “I don’t know if that’s specifically the new direction. Going out on a

Edie Sedgwick

Edie Sedgwick
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Pastiche Panoply: Jason Moyer of Edie Sedgwick Chats Celebrityism, Post-Modernism, Pop-Art “One day five years ago I was watching America’s Scariest Police Chases and it was hosted by this insane

Grant Nelson

Grant Nelson
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City Swingin’ with Grant Nelson   Across the drink and through the countryside, British native Grant Nelson can not only claim his rightful place as a patriarch of the house

The Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower

The Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower
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We bared our teeth through lipstick smears And clenched our fists like a gang of queers When they arched their backs and threw us hisses We touched ourselves and blew

All Systems Fail

All Systems Fail
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In a world of people that think a bowl cut and a wardrobe from Hot Topic is what punk is all about, the true essence of what the punk movement

(Don’t) Abandage Hope: Scarling. Lick Their Wounds and Overcome

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Jessicka, Rickey Lime and Christian Hejnal contemplate the fields of scarecrow stuffing behind them in honor of their upcoming album, So Long, Scarecrow Scarling.—among scant other bands and scant other