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Cokie the Clown – You’re Welcome

Honesty and openness ultimately defines You’re Welcome. This Cokie the Clown album is 10 songs of gut-wrenching vaudevillian punk, as brutally laid out as a personal record can get.

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August Spies – Corruption of The Human Heart EP

August Spies’ Corruption of The Human Heart not only showcases Schlosberg’s full talents as a dynamic vocalist and songwriter but his ability to capture moments of deep sorrow in ways that make the listener feel inspired.

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Advocates of Emotion: The legacy of Jimmy Eat World

Being a band who acknowledge emotion, who formulate songs tapered around the somber note and tone, Jimmy Eat World are mainstays. We look back at the emotional connection of their music.

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Heart Attack Man

Can’t Knock the Hustle: An interview with Heart Attack Man

If there is a band today that is firmly in-tune with their listeners, it’s Cleveland rock band Heart Attack Man. We chat to frontman, guitarist, and songwriter Eric Egan as they head out on the road in support of Fake Blood.

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Heart Attack Man – Fake Blood

‘Fake Blood’, the new album from Heart Attack Man, is brimming to the edges with attitude, spitfire spite, and a blast of humor and intelligence that make it a really irresistible listen.

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A Time To Stand – Light Years

A Time To Stand are revitalizing the punk spirit. They’re a band of crusaders playing music and traveling from one spot to the next, spearheading tiny revolutions.

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Six Days and 20 Years of Explosions in the Sky

When I’m stone cold and just want to feel something, anything, Explosions in the Sky and “Six Days at the Bottom of the Ocean” is what I turn to. I never want them to let me go.

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Return of the ‘Way: An interview with Downway

Reunions can be a tricky thing, but when you talk to Downway’s Dave Pederson, you can tell that this Downway reunion is about the important things- the music, the fans, and the band.

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Failing Up – Sword and the Wall

A succinct six songs that leave you hungry for more, Sword and the Wall goes a long way in solidifying the appeal of Failing Up.

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