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Unveiling the Scene at the A389 Bash Day 2

Unveiling the Scene at the A389 Bash Day 2

Matt Baggins January 20, 2015 Comments Off

The A389 Bash has long been a veritable bastion of the Central Atlantic scene. The guy behind it, Dom, is a veritable genius whose heart is on fire with love for the scene. This

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Unveiling the Scene at the A389 Bash Day 1

Unveiling the Scene at the A389 Bash Day 1

Matt Baggins January 19, 2015 Comments Off

The A389 Bash has long been a veritable bastion of the Central Atlantic scene. The guy behind it, Dom, is a veritable genius whose heart is on fire with love for the scene. This

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You Can’t Afford To Ignore Bloggers Anymore.

You Can’t Afford To Ignore Bloggers Anymore.

Bryan Staggers January 7, 2015 Comments Off

So, here’s the score. You’re a band – you might be new, or conversely, you might be more established than kingpins like the classic Iron Maiden or next-generation stars like Bring Me The Horizon.

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Why No one Will Review Your Band (And What You Can Do About It)

Why No one Will Review Your Band (And What You Can Do About It)

Matt Baggins January 6, 2015 Comments Off

Getting people to review your band or labels music is a major challenge. I know, I play in bands, I run a label. The crux of the issue is that nobody cares about your

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Marilyn Manson channels Hexxus on The Pale Emperor

Marilyn Manson channels Hexxus on The Pale Emperor

Eli Jace January 6, 2015 Comments Off

On Marilyn Manson’s ninth album, The Pale Emperor, the unholy, self-proclaimed God of Fuck sounds more like the God of Slow-Groove. Set for a January 20 release on his own Hell, etc. label, it

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Fisthammer and the Morbid Reality of Death Metal

Fisthammer and the Morbid Reality of Death Metal

Matt Baggins December 27, 2014 Comments Off

Death metal has always been the genre for freaks and geeks, hardly the kind of thing you would show to your mother on a rainy day. Nevertheless, certain groups seem to have a sort

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Punk Houses and What They Mean for Your Band

Punk Houses and What They Mean for Your Band

Matt Baggins December 21, 2014 Comments Off

You wander in, people are smoking cigarettes indoors, a dude with a massive face tattoo gives you a once over with suspicious eyes. Are you a narc? Play it cool and you might just

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IMP presents: Top Ten Releases of the Year

IMP presents: Top Ten Releases of the Year

Eli Jace December 16, 2014 Comments Off

2014 has very easily been the best year for music, at least since The White Stripes were still active. Spoon, Ryan Adams, TV On The Radio, Aphex Twin and Interpol all returned with strong

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5 Reasons Why Even Talented Music Artists Fail

5 Reasons Why Even Talented Music Artists Fail

James Moore December 16, 2014 Comments Off

Excerpt: Your music may actually be on par with some of the top acts getting all the recognition, but there’s other reasons you may be failing that are just as important. Written by Omari

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Albini Was Right About The Music Industry – We’re Not Fucked After All

Albini Was Right About The Music Industry – We’re Not Fucked After All

Matt Baggins December 3, 2014 Comments Off

We’re not really that fucked. Sure thing seem bleak, and yes, nobody actually buys music anymore, but 15 years or so into the age of piracy, I don’t really get the impression that the

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