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Virginia Beach's shoegaze four-piece You're Jovian hits Strange Matter this Sunday

We first introduced you to Virginia Beach’s You’re Jovian after catching their act at 2014’s MACRoCK Festival.

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RVA Kickers fall to Wilmington Hammerheads in 2-0 defeat

Following a 2-0 defeat at Wilmington Hammerheads in the regular season finale, the Kickers will visit Kentucky (Sunday, October 2 at 7pm) hoping to make an impression as the lottery of the playoffs be

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Richmond Zine Fest celebrates 10 years this weekend with first multi-day fest, and focus on POC and LGBTQ zinemakers

The 10th Annual Richmond Zine Fest will draw hundreds of zinesters this weekend. The event allows local and national zine-makers, indie publishers, and distributors to gather to buy, sell, trade their small, independent press publications.

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Joe Morrissey promises to remove Jefferson Davis statue if elected mayor

It's been a bit since mayoral candidates have mentioned the controversial idea of removing statues of confederate heroes from RVA's iconic Monument Ave, but former Delegate Joe Morrissey has just made it a key to his campaign platform.

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RVA's The Congress drop new album before embarking on fall tour

When people hear the word “congress” it may conjure up images of stiff and dull legislators in suits, but the four guys that make up the local Americana/folk/rock group are anything but that.

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RVA's eclectic rock group The Folly talk live shows, lineup changes and debut EP

Mix together some gypsy and jazz sounds, with a little whimsical folk, and some good old-fashioned rock and roll and you've got The Folly's new self-titled EP.

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Richmond Folk Festival gets its own canned beer, pick it up today

The Richmond Folk Festival is RVA's biggest, most diverse, and most cherished event. Each year it offers a packed lineup of different musical and other performing acts from bluegrass, to beatboxing, to Cajun, to gospel, and last year the festival attracted more than 200,000 people. And as of today, it just got even better.

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Corporate water campaign on VCU campus leaves student's mouth dry

We got this bad boy titled "Your Aquafina Monstrosity" in our inbox and couldn't help but feel for VCU student J. Reed R. Braden.

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Die Choking's new video splits political parties with an axe ahead of Oct. Gallery 5 show

We get so many (terrible) metal band press releases in our inbox it could be covered in digital entrails - but sometimes the wave of mediocre nu-metal bands opens up to reveal a treasure like Die Choking.

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Indie legends Built to Spill reminded me more of a ballet or symphony at The National this week

In spite of the rain, indie fans converged at the National on Tuesday for an energized performance from luminaries Built to Spill.

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