Music

09 Oct 2017

Northern Waste: Artist You Should Know

  Guest post by Genie Cartier If you’re like me, you’re tired of living in a world of mediocre rock bands with mumbled lyrics and confusingly popular 80s dad rock cover bands. Meet Northern Waste, the local rock band you didn’t know you were craving! Northern Waste’s unique yet classic style

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20 Sep 2017

How To Survive Riot Fest (Trust Us, You’ll Want To)

Bonnaroo may be in tents but Riot Fest is INTENSE! Pitchfork doesn’t even have pitchforks but Riot Fest is a RIOT! For a long walk in a nice park head to Lollapalooza. For a short walk into a mosh pit stumble into Riot Fest.  We were offered the most excellent

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28 Jul 2017

Detroit’s Mo Pop Festival is on Fire this Weekend

Some call it Lolla Lite, others call it Bunbury .5, and the rest of us know it as MO POP FESTIVAL! Whatever you call it, but don’t call it passed 11 PM (woo dad joke!), Mo Pop is chock full of fun for everyone and every part of your brain,

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24 Jul 2017

Your Festival Girlfriend is Cooler Than All Your Previous Girlfriends

This last weekend I attended Northern Nights Music Festival in Humboldt County. While there I met some of the coolest people and saw some of the most epic bands. On Sunday evening I had an epiphany, that night realized that festival girlfriends are way better than real girlfriends. Festivals generally

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21 Jul 2017

Band You Should Know: Abbott Kinney

In anticipation of their upcoming headlining gig at the Great American Music Hall on August 19th, we sent local SF band Abbott Kinney our grueling questionnaire. Will they survive it? Will the answers surprise you? There’s only one way to find out. Read below: Name: Abbot Kinney Medium: Rock Music

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21 Jun 2017

Marie’s Crisis: The Best House Party You’ve Ever Been To

By Katie Barbaro Do you live in New York and occasionally feel disconnected from humanity and worried that the world might be breaking? Me too! Living in New York (and on this planet in general) might be stressful, but it also comes with some built-in coping mechanisms. One of which

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06 Jun 2017

So Your Hero is a Monster: Dealing with Disillusionment

By Hannah Harkness My Facebook feed lit up early last week with the familiar sight of my friends learning that their hero isn’t who they thought they were. This time around, it was Glenn Danzig. He defended Trump’s travel ban and said that Planned Parenthood shouldn’t be selling baby parts

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