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Yesterday | Hispanic Business

Fort Wayne pop-punk band Flamingo Nosebleed finding success

Most would think that the "pop" and "punk" genres would be at odds with each other given their differing ideologies, but the combination is friendlier than most would imagine.


Related Topix: Punk

Monday | Best of New Orleans

Night concerts during Jazz Fest

Cyril Jordan is the only part-time usher at The Orpheum in San Francisco who also had The Ramones open for him.


Related Topix: Punk, The Flamin' Groovies, Pop/Rock, Blues, Chris Wilson, New Orleans, Jazz, New Orleans, LA

Monday | Brooklynvegan

Dan Sartain covers The Knife on new album 'Dudesblood'

Birmingham, AL's Dan Sartain got his start making lo-fi punk over 10 years ago. He expands his pallette considerably for his new album, Dudesblood , which is out on April 29 via One Little Indian.


Related Topix: Punk

Sun Apr 20, 2014


Annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash announced for 2014

On Thursday, it was announced that the annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash will be scheduled for May 19, 2014.


Related Topix: The Independents, Pop/Rock, Punk, Forest-Hills, NY

Anniston Star

Joyful noise: The Natti Love Joys bring authentic reggae to Anniston

The Natti Love Joys are old hands at reggae music. Husband and wife Sonia "Marla" and Anthony "Jaht" Allen performed in bands separately for years before meeting in New York, where Jamaica native Jaht provided bass backup to Londoner Marla's band, the Love Joys.


Related Topix: World News, Central America, Jamaica, New York, Punk, The Psychedelic Furs, Pop/Rock, us Travel, Travel, Reggae, Bob Marley

Sat Apr 19, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

COACHELLA 2014: On Friday, OutKast shines among clouds

I'm back out at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival for another round of music and sunshine-and at least on Friday, April 18, some dark storm clouds.


Related Topix: Coachella, CA, Outkast, Black Entertainment, Hip-Hop, Indio, CA, Pop/Rock, The Replacements, Punk, Music, Entertainment

Thu Apr 17, 2014


Joey Ramone Birthday Bash returning to Bowery Electric

To honor Joey Ramone and the Ramones , the annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash returns.


Related Topix: Punk

The Charlotte Observer

Hot Concerts in the Charlotte area

With founder Tracii Guns' competing version of the glam-metal veteran disbanded, singer Phil Lewis and drummer Steve Riley's entry remains the last Gun standing.


Related Topix: Punk


The Supersuckers get the hell to Cleveland's Grog Shop for Easter eve show

The Supersuckers take no prisoners and make no apologies, churning out indie cow-punk for the masses on stages large and small around the globe, year after sweaty year.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Supersuckers, Punk, Metal, Social Distortion, White Zombie, The Toadies

Mon Apr 14, 2014


Shonen Knife - 'Overdrive'

Praised by Nirvana and influenced by the Ramones, the trio take a break from family life to record their twentieth album Osaka's punk pop ambassadors Shonen Knife were already a decade old when Nirvana's patronage resulted in a burst of '90s fame for the trio.


Related Topix: Punk, Black Sabbath, Hard-Rock

Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Huffington Post

Time Is Still 'Illmatic'

Four months before Brooklyn's Notorious B.I.G. famously declared, "You never thought that hip-hop would take it this far," Queens native, Nas released his landmark debut, Illmatic , which would take hip-hop further into the stratosphere.


Related Topix: Black Entertainment, Rap, Nas, The Notorious B.I.G., Social Software, Punk

Thu Apr 10, 2014

Preston Citizen

Back to future for sci-fi popsters the Rezillos

FAST, flash, sci-fi styled and on another planet, the Rezillos flew into punk's slipstream like a flying saucer from a faraway universe.


Related Topix: Punk

Mon Apr 07, 2014

WXPN-FM Philadelphia

A resurrected Rocket From the Crypt bring high energy to a sweaty Underground Arts

San Diego's Rocket From The Crypt proved they were back from the dead last week, rocking a sweaty, aggressive packed house at Underground Arts.


Related Topix: Punk, Rocket from the Crypt

Sun Apr 06, 2014


A Look At How Rock Music Has Changed Over The Decades

It is hard to believe, but there was once a time when there was no rock music. Most historians trace the beginning rock back to the year 1954, when a new type of music, then called Rock and Roll, appeared and revolutionized musical tastes, at least among young people, and pretty much changed the world.


Related Topix: Blues, Black Entertainment, Ray Charles, Pop/Rock, The Velvet Underground, The Stooges, Punk, The Sex Pistols

Wed Apr 02, 2014

The Victoria Advocate

Antagonist Movement founder talks documentary, punk rock

His new film, "Self Medicated: A Film about Art," which will screen this weekend at the Victoria Texas Independent Film Festival, captures the dogma of punk and the faith of creativity.


Related Topix: Theater, Arts, Minor Threat, Punk, Victoria, TX, Vega, TX, Mexico, World News


Canadian Rock Band The Milkman's Sons Concert Gets Rave Reviews

Canadian Rock Band The Milkman's Sons concert at Western Pizza Glencarin Regina Saskatchewan, Canada got rave reviews from the fans and the club owner after playing to a packed house.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Punk

Sat Mar 29, 2014

Bucks Herald

Guest column by Friars promoter David Stopps: From tiny acorns, the club which rocked the world

Robin was head of the Chemistry department at Aylesbury Grammar School. In 1968 I was managing Princes Risborough band Smokey Rice who Robin had booked for the Grammar School/High School dance.


Related Topix: Buckinghamshire County, England, World News, United Kingdom, Pop/Rock, Smokey, The Velvet Underground, Punk

Fri Mar 28, 2014


Our City Invincible: On Creativity, Capacity, and Collaboration in...

PlanPhilly is a partner for this year's TEDxPhiladelphia event, and we're sharing ways we think Philly is becoming a "New Workshop of the World".


Related Topix: Philadelphia, PA, Punk

Thu Mar 27, 2014

Nashville Scene

Pioneer art-punks Television, 40 years on

On March 31, 1974, a band called Television played a newly opened dive on New York's Lower East Side, called CBGB and OMFUG, for the first time.


Related Topix: Television, Pop/Rock, Lower East Side (New York, NY), Punk

Wed Mar 26, 2014


Dearly Beloved Hit The Road Again Uk Dates Announced Throughout April 2014

Toronto's Dearly Beloved is a one-of-a-kind, sweat-fest led by Rob Higgins, a Canadian bass masher and tambourine thrashing rock tigress, Niva Chow.


Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Punk, Joshua Tree, CA