Before the band even played a single note, Geoff Rickly talked about how he loves living in a place where everyone is welcome -- the band once again had their "Protect Immigrant Communities" and "Refugees Are Welcome" banners hanging behind them -- and then the band went right into their cutting critique of America, "Autobiography of a Nation," off 2001's Full Collapse...
Tony Molina is getting ready to release his new EP Confront the Truth, and he's shared a couple new songs from that: "Hung Up On the Dream" and "See Me Fall." After the Weezer and Thin Lizzy-aping sound of his past stuff, he's moved to The Beatles as a new musical wellspring for this one.
The Fourth of July is this Saturday, and for those not using Independence Day Weekend to get away from the city -- or for those who will be visiting from out of town -- there's never a shortage of things to do...
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