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Digging Through the Crates #6

Digging Through the Crates #6

Recently I had the pleasure and honor of interviewing William Bonney, a screamo band from the Midwest. Before forming William Bonney though, several of their members were in a band called Merchant Ships, my favorite band as well as one of the bigger screamo bands to come out of the Midwest area. Now they aren’t […]

King Khan & the Shrines at Brighton

King Khan & the Shrines at Brighton

Having expectations when going to a King Khan show is downright unreasonable. They’ll exceed, confuse, and scream away what you were thinking about when you came in. All you need to know is when you get a trumpet, a baritone sax, bongos, a drumkit, two guitars, a keyboard, a bass, and a King onstage, you’re […]

Revo Radar: Reggie Watts

Revo Radar: Reggie Watts

Who ever thought electronic music could be funny? Reggie Watts, a comedian from Brooklyn, has been on the music scene for years. He started out as the front man for his soulful hip-hip rock band, Maktub. When he was forced to use a delay modeler in 2002 during one of his tours, he began experimenting […]

Revo Radar: Knife Party

Revo Radar: Knife Party

Everyone grew up with that certain artist that they still listen to that gets their hips shaking and feet shuffling. So let me introduce to you my friend Knife Party; Knife Party this is my friend (insert your name here). Two members of the electro rock band Pendulum, Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire, founded knife […]

Revo Radar: Swedish House Mafia

Revo Radar: Swedish House Mafia

June 23rd, 2012 was a devastating day for dance music fans all over the globe. After four years of dominating the EDM world, the DJ super group Swedish House Mafia announced that they would be splitting up after their upcoming tour. The powerhouse trio left a message on their website saying, “We want to thank […]

Blast From The Past: Bikini Kill

Blast From The Past: Bikini Kill

What do you get when you combine the 90s, feminism and riot grrls? BIKINI KILL, OF COURSE. This week’s blast from the past is all about girl power. A few months back I went to see a documentary called From The Back of The Room, which focuses on female, fronted punk and hardcore bands and […]

Revo Radar: Azealia Banks

Revo Radar: Azealia Banks

Born in NYC and raised in Harlem, rapper/singer Azealia Banks has been building up the hype. With her hit single “212″ still making the rounds, Ms. Banks is best known for her dirty, quick-witted rhymes – too dirty to be put onto the radio. But when look you behind her rapid-fire wordplay and sexual disses, […]

JEFF The Brotherhood Live

JEFF The Brotherhood Live

I’d heard about JEFF The Brotherhood shows from friends, presented as the stuff of mosh pit legend: sweat, crowdsurfing, and a girl who had to be helped out of a show after she dislocated her knee. JEFF is part of a wave of up-and-coming bands who have taken garage rock into a huge resurgence. Groups […]

Revo Radar: La Fleur

Revo Radar: La Fleur

Flower Power is taking over the electronica air waves, but don’t fret, this groovy spinstress is anything but mellow. Sanna Engdahl by day, La Fleur by night, this Swedish dancer/pharmacist–turned-DJ has been popping up on remix charts since 2006. After gaining popularity in the Swedish night scene, she ranked #6 in Sweden’s Top 100 DJs […]

Sofia Talvik on The Left End

Sofia Talvik on The Left End

For thirty-three-year-old Swedish artist and folk veteran Sofia Talvik, it’s all about committing to the cause. For a woman who’s committing herself to a two-year, worldwide tour, a new album, and a voice and personality that never seems to tire, no artist seems better suited to the task. We know what you’re thinking… a two […]

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