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Teen Beat celebrating 26 years with an Unrest reunion tour
Teen Beat celebrating 26 years with an Unrest reunion tour
DOWNLOAD: Unrest - Cherry Cherry (MP3) DOWNLOAD: Versus - Deseret (MP3) DOWNLOAD: The Rondelles - Please Shut Up (MP3) DOWNLOAD: Bossanova - Calvary (MP3) Teen Beat Records is celebrating its 26th year of existence and in celebration, label founder Mark Robinson is getting the old band back together -- Unrest -- for a reunion tour, their first in 15 years...
Yummy Fur, Cribs, Grant Hart, Adam Green, Zee Avi, Big Troubles, Joe Pernice, Beardo & more in This Week in Indie
Yummy Fur, Cribs, Grant Hart, Adam Green, Zee Avi, Big Troubles, Joe Pernice, Beardo & more in This Week in Indie
DOWNLOAD: The Yummy Fur - Policeman (MP3) DOWNLOAD: Big Troubles - Freudian Slips (MP3) DOWNLOAD: Adam Green - What Makes Him Act So Bad (MP3) DOWNLOAD: Total Slacker - Demos (mediafire zip) There's a lot of great shows this weekend, but top of the list for me is Scottish cult indie rockers The Yummy Fur who have reformed to play a few shows surrounding a new best-of compilation, titled Piggy Wings, due out sometime soon on What's Your Rupture...
Papa M, Rain Machine, Soft Circle & Kevin Barker helped celebrate a black metal movie @ Knitting Factory – pics
Papa M, Rain Machine, Soft Circle & Kevin Barker helped celebrate a black metal movie @ Knitting Factory – pics
Four distinctly non-metal acts came together to celebrate the upcoming release of Until The Light Takes Us, a much-anticipated documentary on the Norwegian Black Metal scene written and directed by Brooklynites Aaron Aites and Audery Ewell...
Papa M performing full album three times (dates) – tonight in NYC w/ Kevin Barker @ black metal movie opening party
Papa M performing full album three times (dates) – tonight in NYC w/ Kevin Barker @ black metal movie opening party
A pale and heavily photoshopped David Pajo returns from church As previously discussed, Until The Light Takes Us is the much talked about documentary chronicling the Norwegian Black Metal scene, which after months of anticipation, is FINALLY getting a theatrical release in NYC on Dec 4th (you can catch it at Cinema Village)...

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