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¡Viva La REVOLUCIÓN! Wednesday, March 8
At this point in the great American experiment, it's clear that some kind of revolution is coming. What it looks like, which side of the political aisle it comes from, and how it plays out are …
Real GONE, Man! Wednesday, February 15
Criminally minded 15th-century poet and Cordell Jackson fan François Villon is rumored to have written, “’Tis better to have one’s billy rocked than to sip the gruel of …
Hello, NEIGHBOR! Wednesday, February 15
St. Augustine’s historic Lincolnville neighborhood gets a supersonic celebration with the Lincolnville Porch Fest, held on six stages, featuring performances by Chelsea Saddler, Telepathic …
The Blue TROUBADOUR Wednesday, March 1
The music and style of Memphis-born singer-songwriter Branan is as mercurial and inscrutable as his hometown. Labels like alt-country, rock and folk all seem to apply, until Branan releases another …
Flying Colors Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Hell Burns FOREVER Wednesday, March 22
Local hardcore quartet Walk with Wolves is at once an attempt at reformation, while simultaneously something altogether new. Sonically, long-time followers of Northeast Florida’s hardcore and …
Telling it Like IT IS Wednesday, February 15
Matt Pryor, one of emo punk’s most critically acclaimed singer/songwriters, has fronted many different bands: Secret Encoder Ring, The Get Up Kids, The New Amsterdams. In the late ’90s, …
Down the STREET Wednesday, March 1
The Urban Core boasts one true indie rock and hip-hop club: 1904 Music Hall. Owner Jason Hunnicutt wants local music heads to party down at the club’s fifth anniversary celebration, featuring …
The BLASTING Concept Wednesday, March 22
For those who believe that much metal and punk are too parochial and staid, there is a parallel realm of intensity. In the early-to-mid-’80s UK, punk bands like Crass, Discharge and Hellbastard …
I had flannel shirts in 1991, but I didn’t wear them to be cool (they were probably from The Gap). I wore them when I went to visit family north of the Mason-Dixon line. I was weaned on …