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Is Pop Punk The New Rock and Roll?

Is Pop Punk The New Rock and Roll?

Matt Bacon March 14, 2016 Comments Off on Is Pop Punk The New Rock and Roll?

This week I was lucky enough to see the State Champs and Neck Deep co-headlining world tour twice. It was a very interesting experience and not just because the musicians were great and a

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Deciphering The Live Greatness of Conan

Deciphering The Live Greatness of Conan

Matt Bacon July 10, 2015 Comments Off on Deciphering The Live Greatness of Conan

Conan – now there’s a band name that inspires a a wealth of emotion in fans across the world. Having only just completed their first US trek (On which I saw them twice) I

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Journeys In Hellfest Day 3: Controlling The Flames

Journeys In Hellfest Day 3: Controlling The Flames

Matt Bacon June 26, 2015 Comments Off on Journeys In Hellfest Day 3: Controlling The Flames

Hellfest, that legendary European festival that has taken the world by storm and won the hearts of countless musicians and fans across the globe. For the 150 bands playing and hundreds of thousands of

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Surviving in The Music Industry – What It Takes and How Not To Screw Up

Surviving in The Music Industry – What It Takes and How Not To Screw Up

Matt Bacon June 15, 2015 Comments Off on Surviving in The Music Industry – What It Takes and How Not To Screw Up

This article functions as the culmination of a couple of other pieces I’ve written on how to make it in the music industry and get some degree of success (And maybe even money) It

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Psycho CA Doom Festival: The Journey Home

Psycho CA Doom Festival: The Journey Home

Matt Bacon May 24, 2015 Comments Off on Psycho CA Doom Festival: The Journey Home

      Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to

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Psycho CA Day 2: The Heaviest Day Of My Life

Psycho CA Day 2: The Heaviest Day Of My Life

Matt Bacon May 22, 2015 Comments Off on Psycho CA Day 2: The Heaviest Day Of My Life

Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to try and get

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Psycho CA – Day 1: The Madness Begins

Psycho CA – Day 1: The Madness Begins

Matt Bacon May 21, 2015 Comments Off on Psycho CA – Day 1: The Madness Begins

Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to try and get

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Noisem: Living the American Dream

Noisem: Living the American Dream

Matt Bacon October 19, 2014 Comments Off on Noisem: Living the American Dream

Noisem, now there is a band to be reckoned with, a veritable rock and roll force, a group who break all the rules and yet seem somehow to fit perfectly into the distinct American

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5 Things I Learned Hanging Out With Touring Bands

5 Things I Learned Hanging Out With Touring Bands

Matt Bacon October 14, 2014 Comments Off on 5 Things I Learned Hanging Out With Touring Bands

I’ve been writing about metal for four years now, and I’ve started to get chances to hang out with some legit ‘rock stars’ or at least big names. Asides from being at the same

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Paul McCartney And Nirvana Bring 3 Hour Rock Masterpiece To Safeco Field

Paul McCartney And Nirvana Bring 3 Hour Rock Masterpiece To Safeco Field

James Moore July 21, 2013 1

Why do we gather together as human beings when it’s often more comfortable and convenient to be alone? Is there potential for true communion when we gather? It is possible to rid ourselves of

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