“Loud Music and Peruvian Adventures with David Kush of The Atlas Moth”

On a scorching August day in New York, Matt Bacon had driven
through five states just to get to the show. When he got to sit
down with the vocalist and guitarist in one of his favorite bands he wasn’t expecting to be given an account of his journeys with the mysterious Peruvian shamans.

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Artist Feature: SubRosa “Revealing Our Humanity Through Doom Metal”

Roaring down the highway, just over the speed limit with enough illicit substances in the car to get the driver booked for at least a couple of months, this sounds like as good a place as any to start my story about SubRosa. Here I was riding shotgun on a four hour car trip with a guy who I had met only nine days prior.

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ALBUM REVIEW – Otherwise“ Peace at All Costs” (Rock/Hard Alternative)

Otherwise finally has released their second full album. In 2012 they came out of the gates on Century Media Records and before that they had a few amazing EP’s. There last album “True Love Never Dies” I gave a 5/5 and it’s been 2 years since that album due to the band touring a ridiculous amount. They kept the fans happy with a free EP of acoustic songs though

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Album Review – Brian Setzer “Rockabilly Riot! All Original”

Brian Setzer has been carrying the rockabilly flame since 1979, when he formed the first incarnation of the Stray Cats (then known as the Tomcats). With the Stray Cats he lead the rockabilly revival with a number of classic albums songs which paid tribute to the great rock n’ roll artists of the 50’s.

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