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It's Not Dead Fest 2
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It’s Not Dead Fest 2 lineup (Rancid, OFF!, Buzzcocks, The Exploited, GBH, & more)

The fest also includes Dropkick Murphys, Reagan Youth, The Casualties, Slaughter and the Dogs, Murphy's Law, The Toasters, The Selecter, Kevin Seconds, Good Riddance, and still more...

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Rancid at Coachella
Rancid at Coachella 2016 (more)
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Rancid announce tour with Dropkick Murphys, The Bouncing Souls & more

Rancid and Dropkick Murphys have announced the co-headlining “From Boston To Berkeley” tour, with The Bouncing Souls and Stiff Little Fingers frontman Jake Burns opening the first leg, and The Selecter and Kevin Seconds opening the second...

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Riot Fest Chicago day 2 in pics (Blondie, X, FLAG, Rancid, The Selecter, Stars, Glassjaw, Public Enemy, GBV, Dino Jr. & more)

With about 20 albums under their belt, it was interesting to see what songs Guided By Voices would pick for their Riot Fest set. Keeping in mind that most audience members might not be familiar with everything in their vast discography, frontman Robert Pollard announced each song's name with a short introduction throughout the whole set...

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ska roundup: The English Beat, The Selecter, Toasters & more

The Selecter @ Coachella 2013 (more by Dana Yavin)

The English Beat, which is basically frontman Dave Wakeling and a bunch of hired hands at this point, will play The Bell House on October 19, and a Long Island show on October 25 at The Paramount...

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tix on sale: Frank Turner, Flaming Lips/Tame Impala, Jessie Ware, Slaughterhouse, Talib Kweli, Big KRIT, Julie Ruin, more

British folk punk Frank Turner already came to NYC for an intimate show at Bowery Ballroom in March and has two more that size coming up in July at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Off With Their Heads...

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Coachella Day 2 Photos (Sigur Ros, Bat For Lashes, Major Lazer, Descendents, 2 Chainz, Phoenix, Postal Service, more)

"It was a mixed bag for veteran acts on Saturday. On one hand, The Evens, featuring ex-Minor Threat and Fugazi man Ian MacKaye, drew a respectable (and respectful) Gobi Tent crowd early in the day; the Descendents' influential melodic-punk found a fairly large following at the Outdoor Theatre under the stars; and New Order brought a solid throng along for its night-capping Mojave Tent performance (despite going up against headlining Phoenix and post-rock favorites Sigur Rós, among others)...

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