With the 2016 Presidential campaign barreling towards an increasingly unsavory outcome, some Americans have started seriously researching the possibility of relocating to Canada.
Spring means a lot of things to a lot of people. To those with allergies, misery. To Mel Brooks fans, Hitler. But for most everyone, it represents rebirth and renewed vitality.
“This tour has been the biggest, most rewarding risk we’ve taken with our band.
It’s an obnoxiously hot night in the city of Richmond, but the weather doesn’t prevent the city’s inhabitants from coming together to celebrate the local music scene.
Take the powerhouse persona of punk legend Joan Jett, mix in the 90s sounds of Pavement, the grunge of Garbage and a little of The Cranberries with a harder-in-your-face edge and you have READ MORE
Over everyone else in music today, Titus Andronicus clearly does things their own way.
Are you ready for all the face-melting punk your weak little body can handle in two days?
Richmond is a breeding ground for innovation, creativity and art.
Toxic Moxie, one of Richmond’s most eclectic bands, is releasing their new album, Episode VI- their third release in two years.
Legendary clown princes of punk, The Dickies, have been making music since 1977.
Despite now having two albums under their belt, Radioactivity still have some very big shoes to fill.
Indie-punk band Model Train Wreck’s sound is not something you come across every day.
Normally, there's not a lot of rocking on a Thursday night. But since when has Wonderland ever been normal?
Thanks to the internet, it’s much easier to do a lot that was more difficult to do back in the day.
After being around for a few years it’s not uncommon for a band to experiment with their sound, tweaking it and changing it into something new.
There's no doubt that Shadow Age know how to make a first impression. From their mysterious, fog-enshrouded live performances to the melancholy yet hypnotic sounds of their debut EP, Silaluk, released this week on 6131 Records, they have a powerful presence that's impossible to ignore.
A mess of members from former RVA punk mainstays came together a year ago to form what we now know to be Kommunion.
G.L.O.S.S. (Girls Living Outside Society’s Shit) hails from Olympia, Washington. The quintet's 5-song demo stormed the internet in January, with guitar-driven tracks and vehement vocals.
Perfect Pussy's debut last year definitely turned a lot of heads, and not just for their controversial name. The band's debut album, clocking in at under a half hour, flies at breakneck speed while assaulting the listener with some brash punk and noise rock. By the end of the year, they were lauded as not only one of the best new bands on the scene, but one of the best bands of the year, with their album Say Yes To Love faring very well in the end-of-the-year festivities.
BOYTOY, a Brooklyn rock trio with a sound described as “somewhere between 60s surf jams and 90s grunge rock,” comes to Richmond tomorrow night (Thursday, March 12) for the first time.