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Dead Fame Transports Listeners To A Spooky Yet Romantic Underworld On New EP

Today, RVA postpunk quintet Dead Fame unleashes its long-awaited new EP, Vicious Design, upon this city and the world at large. It's been over two years since the release of their previous EP, Frontiers, and the arrival of this 30-minute slab of vinyl is surely a relief for the group's fans.

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RVA Makes World Star Hiphop For Teen Sexting Ring

Dammit Richmond, get your shit together. First it was the Arthur Ash Statue, then it was Cloverleaf Mall, and now this...

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Win Tickets To See Band Of Skulls At 9:30 Club!

UK rockers Band Of Skulls will be hitting DC at the end of the month, and your friends at RVA Mag can get you into the show for free! They've got a totally brutal name (which rules), but don't expect one-dimensional metal riffing from this trio.

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Help Bring the Foo Fighters To RVA Though Crowdhoster Campaign

The Foo Fighters haven’t played Richmond since last millennium, and that’s very disheartening to some local devoted fans.

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Richmond's Arena Racing Has A Bright Future

As I watched the Arena Racing USA race at the Richmond Coliseum March 28th, I daydreamed about one of my all time favorite racing movies, Speed Racer.

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MEKONG VS HARDYWOOD for the RVA Beer Madness Championship!!! VOTE NOW!

It's been an amazing tournament for RVA Beer Madness. No matter who wins in the end, it's been a big win for beer in RVA!

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Hey, It's National Beer Day! Go Drink Some Beer

81 years ago today, the Cullen-Harris Act went into effect, ending the 13 year alcohol prohibition in the US. Now, we here in RVA probably take advantage of the free-flow of suds, but it's important to remember the beer lovers of years past who fought for our right to imbibe... even on a Monday.

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White Laces Share "Skate Or Die," New Track From Forthcoming Second Album

Over the past couple of years, White Laces have done a lot to solidify their position as one of the best indie rock groups in RVA. This year, their goal is to take things beyond the borders of our fair city, and they're doing so in a big way, both with their current tour opening for Philly's The War On Drugs and their recently completed second album, Trance.

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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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