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Portland post-punk quartet Over’s first full length LP To The Teeth is out today! As a local I’ve been stoked on this release for what feels like ages. Specifically what I love about them is that they’re female fronted and incorporate anarcho punk, deathrock, and dance elements to create a

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The Bay area has been killing recently with its resurgence of melancholy yet pissed off punk bands. False Figure is no exception, adding fervently to the inferno blazing across a now-charred California. In just two years, they’ve made quite the name for themselves on the west coast and beyond as

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It’s getting to be ridiculous the number of punk bands that don’t sing in English anymore and that’s great. I guess most people stopped trying to sound like Brit-punk or American hardcore and started doing their own things. It’s good that this happens, and if on one hand, the internet

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For the past several years, great bands seem to spring up right out of the polluted industrial soil of West Oakland. The humanitarian disaster of the landscape and bureaucratic historic neglect of the people only fuel the fury and precision of local musicians that refuse to be bogged down and

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Portland based dark anarcho-punk Broken Spirit are hitting the West Coast as they simultaneously release their serious gem of a debut LP, Vultures And Pigs. It’s being released on Last Hour Records, fittingly sharing the label with Seattle’s Arcane and Oakland’s Otzi. In the vein of their predecessors and in

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Dave Cantrell puts together a huge, several-day lineup of darkwave/postpunk/deathrock/darkpunk/shoegaze/synthpop/etc and related bands from as near and far as possible, ranging from heavy hitters to the obscure. Fittingly, it’s known as the Out From The Shadows Festival, and this was the third year running! I was absolutely devastated when I missed

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