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This spring, the Museum of Arts and Design presents its latest cinema series, Go Nightclubbing Archive, featuring selections from a historic video archive of the burgeoning New York punk scene from 1975 to 1980.
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To honor Joey Ramone and the Ramones , the annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash returns.
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Besides Beer City being a theoretical city that we would love to uproot and move to right away, it's an awesome Milwaukee label .
14 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Tampa
The first time I saw The Dead Milkmen was a free show at USF in 1991, I believe.
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It's safe to say that the Used are doing better than they ever have before. Currently, it's co-headlining a U.S. and Canada tour with Taking Back Sunday, and shows are pretty much all sold out.
20 hrs ago | Erie Times News
"My mom had suggested that, when I was 16, I would grow out of this. While certainly rebellious, I'm not sure any of us were intentionally going so far out of our way to prove moms everywhere wrong."
IMELDA MAY returns to Galway this summer and for the second year in a row, headlines a concert at the Galway Arts Festival Big Top.
The Men aren't trying to fuck with anyone. All five members of the Brooklyn-based punk outfit claim to "take it pretty easy."
Considering his inarguable warrior status, there's a legitimate argument to be made that Keith Morris deserved a little more respect.
The members of Slipknot are on the hunt for a new drummer following the departure of founding member Joey Jordison , and it sounds like they may have found his replacement in second-generation E Street Band member Jay Weinberg.
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How long before the audience comes at you with a compliment? That's one reliable indicator of your live show's potency.
Pennsylvania's Dead End Path know how to manifest some seriously tough hardcore.
It looks like Rise Against has a new album on the way. The punk rockers teased the upcoming project Monday by posting a short video on their Facebook page.
It looks like we can add another one of rock's heavy hitters to the release schedule this year.
When alternative rock band Taking Back Sunday recorded its last album, 2011's self-titled disc, it was the first time the band's classic lineup - with guitarist John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper - had been in the studio together after a seven-year breakup.
"[a ] when you create alone there is a kind of purity and truth to it, something decidedly fleeting in our bands."