ARTICLES

Record Review: Bohren & Der Club Of Gore – Piano Nights

There's something to be said for bands whose level of consistency becomes such a defining feature of their approach that imagining them doing anything differently borders on impossible.

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Thanks to Everyone Who Came Out To Our 9th Anniversary Party Last Friday

Man oh man, turning 9 is a big deal for a human. It's an even bigger deal when you're a local independent publication.

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For Dave Brockie: The Ultimate Photo Sendoff! (Oderus Would Have Been Proud)

Words can't adequately describe the hole that's been left in the RVA music scene with the passing of Dave Brockie, so instead, we're going to share these photos with the world, courtesy of Bob Gorman. We hope you enjoy them.

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Russell Karchner Turns Cast-Off Objects Into Skateboard-Inspired Art

Russell Karchner has been making art off and on since his early teens. His colorful and visually compelling work has been on display at Chop Suey in Carytown since the middle of March, and the show is set to close at the end of this weekend.

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Black Liquid's Mixtape Triple Feature: Tai Wo; Young Jwrek; TokyoPro

Tai Wo - Summa Nothings EP (iTunes)

When combined with hunger, talent is undeniable, and Tai Wo puts his heart into this EP. In fact, ironically being that this is an EP, the only thing I really didn't like about this is that it was so short.

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First Friday RVA, April 2014: April, You're A Fool For This One

Once again, it's First Friday! Once again, I need a name for this article, and nothing obvious comes to mind, so you're getting a Jay Z joke (a really dumb one, in fact). Sorry everyone!

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Five Reasons to Go See the Kickers This Weekend

The Richmond Kickers, RVA's USL PRO soccer team, play their season opener this weekend, and we've got five reasons why you should get off your ass and go catch some world-class soccer action.

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9 Random Memories From 9 Years Of RVA Magazine

RVA Magazine celebrates our 9th anniversary with a huge party tonight at Gallery 5! To get you hyped for the shindig, here's our publisher, R. Anthony Harris, with a rundown of some of his hazy memories from the past 9 years of RVA Mag.

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So Our New Office Looks Like It Could Belong in Dark Souls 2

So RVA Mag (and GayRVA) moved into some sweet new digs a few weeks back, just about the time From Software's Dark Souls 2 was released.

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RVA Artist Chris Visions Signs His New Comic, Dead Letters, At Velocity Comics This Saturday

Chris Visions has been on our radar for a while; this VCU alumnus has done some incredible artwork lately, from his illustrations for James Wayland's Trailer Park Trash & Vampires to his recent cover for Adventure Time #19. Now he's about to introduce the world to what might be his best work yet: his new ongoing comic series, Dead Letters, the first issue of which was released this week by BOOM! Studios.

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