Everybody’s Got To Run and Hide

February 25th, 2005 · Comments Off on Everybody’s Got To Run and Hide · By

Last night I saw Cloeburner play at the Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar. Their set started off slow, but after they worked out some technical difficulties, things picked up. My friend took some pictures, so hopefully I will be able to get those up soon. Check out their website and listen. Some more bands have been […]

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technicalities

February 24th, 2005 · Comments Off on technicalities · By

the site has a new look now. hope you like it. i’m still working out some technicalities with the individual entry and archive pages. should have that fixed soon.

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supersystem songs

February 22nd, 2005 · Comments Off on supersystem songs · By

Supersystem (formerly El Guapo, you should know that by now) has the two songs from their upcoming single up on their myspace page. here’s my take: “Born into the World” – A perfect beginning for their new line-up and label jump. This song shows that they haven’t abandoned the elements of El Guapo, they’ve just […]

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This Week

February 22nd, 2005 · Comments Off on This Week · By

I’m still recovering from my trip to NYC this weekend, so sorry for the lack of updates. When I get hold of them, I’ll put up some pictures of The Gates in Central Park, for your viewing pleasure. This week in Charlottesville: Tuesday, Feb. 22 The Exiles screening at Vinegar Hill Theatre (vafilm.com) Thursday, Feb. […]

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you should be taking a picture

February 18th, 2005 · Comments Off on you should be taking a picture · By

Cataract Camp has a short but awesome new song up on their website. Behold. Through some scouring of the internet, I have found some more bands that are scheduled to play MACRoCK this year. Enjoy: The Navies The Snake, The Cross, The Crown Black Mountain Crystal Skulls Rapider Than Horsepower Del Cielo The Lost Film […]

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wonderful people

February 17th, 2005 · Comments Off on wonderful people · By

Q and not U now has a more extensive list of dates for their headlining tour. (Be extra careful not to miss the dates with Food for Animals and Manhunter, as they are incredible bands also): 04.06.05 – Pittsburg PA – The Brew House # 04.07.05 – Richmond VA – University of Richmond/Commons Building & […]

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Decemberists Tour!

February 15th, 2005 · Comments Off on Decemberists Tour! · By

The Decemberists just announced a huge tour in support of their forthcoming Picaresque (it’s out March 22). They are coming to the Black Cat on May 6th! That’s quite a long time from now, but you really don’t want to miss it. Here are the rest of the dates for their “Advance of the Picaroons […]

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shows

February 15th, 2005 · Comments Off on shows · By

The Fingerpainters are playing this Saturday, the 18th, at the Outback Lodge with Crash Everest, The Sad Lives of Hollywood Lovers, and The Treatment. Neko Case plays Starr Hill tomorrow night. The Futureheads, The Shout Out Louds, and the High Speed Scene are playing at the 9:30 Club in DC on Monday, the 21st. Le […]

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MACRoCK 2005 – April 1 & 2

February 13th, 2005 · Comments Off on MACRoCK 2005 – April 1 & 2 · By

Spring is coming and it’s time to start making plans for this year’s Mid Atlantic College Radio Conference (MACRoCK). In case you don’t know what MACRock is, here’s a history and mission statement from their website: In April, 1997, the first Mid-Atlantic College Radio Conference was put on by WXJM, the JMU student-run radio station. […]

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The Wrens, Army of Me, The Upwelling at the Black Cat – February 11, 2005

February 12th, 2005 · Comments Off on The Wrens, Army of Me, The Upwelling at the Black Cat – February 11, 2005 · By

Seeing the Wrens ended my fear of growing old. I have long been terrified of aging, losing touch with interesting and inspiring music, and generally turning into a cranky old man. It seems as though, somewhere in late 20s/early 30s the appeal of indie rock begins to decline. People start families, get real jobs, and […]

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