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Art Spaces and Your Band

Art Spaces and Your Band

Matt Bacon July 30, 2015 0

Ahh all ages art spaces, perhaps the most important part of any scene. While I’ve touched on some of these ideas with my previous article on punk houses, I feel like dealing with art

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Independent Music Industry Figures: James Dempsey

Independent Music Industry Figures: James Dempsey

Matt Bacon July 29, 2015 0

Independent Industry Figures is a weekly column at IMP where we do a feature on a different music industry figure every week and try to better understand what they’re all about. With each installment

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On Subgenres

On Subgenres

Matt Bacon July 27, 2015 0

I’ve been interviewing bands pretty much constantly since I was about 15. One question I quickly learned not to ask was “What genre do you consider your band to be?” because I was almost

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Numb Bats Play through the Heatwave on “Bees & Trees”

Numb Bats Play through the Heatwave on “Bees & Trees”

Eli Jace July 24, 2015 0

The music of Numb Bats is a little like surf rock, one could say, if the waves that were being surfed upon were made of grease and glue. It’s punk rock dumped in a

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Wilco Casually Drops New Album, “Star Wars,” into the Web (Lucky Us)

Wilco Casually Drops New Album, “Star Wars,” into the Web (Lucky Us)

Eli Jace July 22, 2015 0

  They’ve been celebrating twenty years of making music this summer with deluxe releases and discography-browsing setlists during a special anniversary tour. New music from Wilco felt somewhere close, not quite in reach, but

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Neil Young Feeding on Corporate America with “The Monsanto Years”

Neil Young Feeding on Corporate America with “The Monsanto Years”

Eli Jace July 21, 2015 0

Neil Young has kept himself busy in this post-divorce era of his career. In 2014 he released two albums, A Letter Home, a lo-fi selection of covers, and Storytone, a solo album with an

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7 of 2015’s best LPs

7 of 2015’s best LPs

Conor Davies July 19, 2015 0

2015 has been a blast for music thus far, with some iconic moments and performances, here’s some of the year’s choice LP’s thus far… Kendrick Lamar: To Pimp a Butterfly Kendrick Lamar might be

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LA rockers Secondborn hit the heights with ambitious new EP

LA rockers Secondborn hit the heights with ambitious new EP

Conor Davies July 19, 2015 0

American rock has been in a state of flux for a while, but with the likes of Rise Against, Thrice and Saosin come with it a banner and mark of excellence, could LA band

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Tramlines Festival Preview 2015

Tramlines Festival Preview 2015

Conor Davies July 19, 2015 0

Say the word ‘festival’ and you might think of vast green fields with a clump of stages, crumpled cans of apple cider and a pulsating, never-ending soundtrack for a weekend of fun. Well one

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On Discipline

On Discipline

Matt Bacon July 17, 2015 0

I was taken with inspiration to write this particular article due to some ideas I think I’ve hinted at in other pieces I’ve written in recent months. One thing that I think I’ve already

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