Local blogger John Lewis Morgan has let loose on a number of local bars in a post titled "The Cheesiest Establishments in Richmond, VA."
“I heard the dogs raising a ruckus in the backyard,” the unidentified pet-owner told WTVR 6.
We've told you a bunch about this event already, but a reminder never hurts, so: Deanna Danger Productions & Boom Boom Basics are returning to the historic Byrd Theatre this Sunday for their second annual Holidays At The Movies presentation--and you could see it for free!
Avers have just arrived on the scene in the last week or so, but they're making a big splash in the local area if the gossip I'm hearing is any indication.
In the past two years, a new trend has arisen, one that has taken the RVA punk and metal scene by force. No longer do bands just create and produce music; now many bands have begun to craft beers to represent their music and what they stand for.
Congratulations Richmond, you just got your first red light camera! You'll find it at the intersection of Elkhardt and Hull street
Hey folks, not much else to say except local DJ team Gent & Jawns have a new track out.
The nation's largest retailer, Walmart, has come under fire for stealing the work of Street Artist Eddie Colla and selling it as a Banksy piece (oh man, the irony here is a little meta).
Pontiak are a trio of brothers hailing from the Virginia countryside. Van, Jennings, and Lain Carney have been cranking out psychedelic rock n' roll from their homestead in the Blue Ridge Mountains for nearly a decade now, and doing so at quite a prolific rate--their upcoming album, Innocence, due out on Thrill Jockey Records in January 2014, is their tenth release since 2005.
After three decades plus of chest thumping, slogan shouting, and all around dead horse beating, it can be easy to allow a disenchantment with hardcore to come crawling around the periphery of one's taste in such things. No matter how fresh or engaging some band's take on the style might be at its inception, without fail, legions of lesser bands will swoop in like a particularly voracious murder of crows to drag away its heart and viscera, rendering what once had been vivacious little more than hollow, rotting carrion.