Were you still in bed this AM, hung over and miserable, fully embracing the cold, rainy AM by staying wrapped in bed? Well so did we, but some of us got out of bed and did something with their Saturday Mornings.
OK, let's get straight to it. I'm a fan of that street shit. That hungry, "let's go get it" vibe. I like my shit straight to the point. The beats on this joint, good. The lyrics... fast, strong delivery.
In 2012, the Los Angeles Film Festival premiered A Band Called Death, an American documentary by Mark Christopher Covino and Jeff Howlett that introduced the masses not just to a band that started the punk music genre, but to the nearly four-decade journey that it took for three brothers from Detroit to have their sound heard and appreciated for exactly what it is: punk music at the bare roots.
The Lone Bellow may be late to the folk rock explosion of the past five years, but they've quickly set themselves apart from a lot of bands that might randomly add a banjo and breakdown to their songs.
Four brand new, sure to be delicious brews will make their debut at Strangeways Brewing this evening, and you're not gonna want to miss out on this one.
Harrisonburg's Jack Brown's Burger and Beer Joint, known for it's specialty burgers, deep fried Oreos, and wide selection of craft beers, will be opening a new location in Richmond.
Dear Freshmen and Socially Clueless People:
It is officially finals time, that wonderful time of year where our collective school spirit is outmatched only by the pure, seething rage we feel at the sight of our fellow students' faces.
Kick, Sundials’ new six-song EP, is a concise statement of identity. The flow and style of this EP show the band has honed their talent through the years. Don’t let the title mislead you--Kick is not an ephemeral work.
Richmond's art scene has exploded in the last few years, but a new project from the folks who brought you the RVA Street Art Festival has it's sights set on something huge, and everyone who comes to RVA will be able to see it.
Parts of Broad St. were closed last night after students and community members gathered in protest of a Grand Jury decision not to indict an NYC cop after he killed a man with a restraining maneuver.