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Death Grips release new brutal track

The industrial/hip hop project of rapper Stefan Burnett, drummer Zach Hill, and producer Andy Morin may have called it quits earlier this year, but they've still got one more album to release, and the first single is totally fucking brutal.

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Best of RVA Missed Connections 12/2-12/10

The holiday spirit is in the air, and New Years Eve is fast approaching. These two occasions are a mix of ups and downs--love, hatred, and jealousy merging together to make for a ambivalent season for some.

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Win Tickets to see Justin Townes Earle at the Modlin Center!

If you like outlaw country, classic Americana, or any other kind of great music, you should definitely be excited about this one. Justin Townes Earle is headed to Richmond in a couple of months, bringing his outstanding songs to the Modlin Center on Wednesday, February 25.

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See Todd Herrington's Things LP Release show tonight at The Broadberry; win a vinyl copy for yourself right here!

You may not recognize Todd Herrington's name right away, but if you follow the RVA music scene at all, you know his work. The talented bassman holding down the bottom end for The Big Payback, Mekong Xpress, the DJ Williams Projekt, and more, Herrington finally stepped to the front of the stage last year for his solo debut, Things.

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Spend your New Years Eve with Clutch at the 9:30 Club (ticket giveaway!)

This should be a hell of a party. Clutch is celebrating New Years Eve this year with a live extravaganza at the 9:30 Club, complete with a complimentary champagne toast to ring in 2015 at midnight--and you could be there enjoying it with them!

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VCU stretches legs, buys building on Cary

You can't stop a moving train, and the VCU train keeps on a'moving.

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Carytown's 2014 Krampusnacht march in photos

Last Friday's weather was dark, gloomy, and terrible... perfect for celebrating Santa's evil companion, Krampus, and the terror he brings with him.

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Huguenot Hops' successful Kickstarter to expand access for local crops in local beers

As it stands, craft beer is set to overtake baseball as the nation's pastime, and Richmond has been no slouch in contributing to the movement. We enjoy a diverse and vibrant selection of local craft beers. Yet for all our pint sinking, growler draining, bottle collecting, and Bluto Blutarsky-style can crushing, we've never been terribly concerned with where beer comes from.

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Enjoy Trampled By Turtles reimagining Yes; see them Wednesday at The National

News that Trampled By Turtles would be heading into town to deliver an evening of their memorable, energetic alt-folk/bluegrass jams at The National this week reached us accompanied by a really fun video of their recent appearance on AV Club's Undercover series, and we just had to share that video with you.

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Anderson Gallery's Forecast exhibit highlighted diverse, massive installations

Forecast has crafted an exhibition that is both relevant and beautiful, hosting six world-class artists’ work addressing similar problems in vastly different mediums. It investigates the geopolitics surrounding human impact on landscapes around the globe. The show closed up shop this past weekend, but we've got details on the ins and ours of this diverse collection.

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