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An Interview with H.R. of Bad Brains

Paul D. Hudson, AKA H.R. (Human Rights), is a pioneer within the genre of Hardcore Punk. As some of the earliest pioneers hailing from the now legendary D.C. Punk Rock scene.

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An Interview with Felipe Lithgow of Murphy’s Law

One of NYC’s finest Hardcore bands makes an appearance this week, with Felipe Lithgow, the bassist of OG Hardcore band Murphy’s Law paying us a visit.

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An Interview with Creature of RebelMatic

RebelMatic’s debut album, Ghost In The Shadows, rages and burns through 10 tracks in 24 minutes, but this is not a rushed affair. Creature and his cohorts have crafted true renegade poetry in the most economical way possible. This is a band who doesn’t waste time. They’ve got a message and they intend to speak it loud and proud, and at break neck speak speed.

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An Interview with Mike Gallo of Agnostic Front

One of NYC’s finest Hardcore bands makes an appearance this week, with Mike Gallo, the bassist of OG Hardcore band Agnostic Front paying us a visit.

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Groups That Should Have Been Huge: Indie Bands and the Issue of Exposure

There’s an old quote for the book/movie High Fidelity, “What came first? The music or the misery?” I often wonder about that. What does it really mean? Could be the story of indie bands. Groups who create music only to have next to nobody ever hear it?

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