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For the YouTube fiends out there, you know that stagnation has become as synonymous with the platform as Google and Clickbait. In the wake of what’s known as the recent “adpocalypse” (aka the demonetization of any content that isn’t PG), professional content creators are disillusioned with investing their time in

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Some 20 plus years ago I first caught wind of a group of Chicago kids cranking out not only some of the most pummeling powerviolence/grind, but the spirit of actual confrontation and true activism to boot. RACETRAITOR, a name that immediately conjures up a certain demographic, unleashed onto the mid-90s

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These days there are books and documentaries about pretty much everything from Zimbabwean power-pop to choral-crust, so it’s no wonder that there’s one about the history of Straight-Edge. Maybe it was about time and after putting out books about G.B.H., Heavy Metal movies, Black Metal or N.Y.H.C., Bazillion Points nailed

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Though each passing day seems to hurtle us closer to devastation, with it comes the pummelling and fiery new LP from Purgatory. Cold Side Of Reality, out on Unbeaten Records on June 1st, is a street level beating of Midwest Street Metal. It’s an unrelenting stone-cold slab of metallic hardcore

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Questions by Milton Stile // Answers by Andrew Drury I suppose, looking in from the outside, one of the big differences between Beacon of Faith and its predecessor is the amount of time between releases. What can you tell us about that? I understand that not all band members living in the

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It’s a secret that’s becoming harder and harder to hide: the fearless faces of depressive hip-hop mask a greater era of anxiety that’s seeking safety in lo-fi beats peppered with schoolyard nostalgia. California-based musician Brennan Savage is being heard loud in this underground despite exuding more understated vibes. While appeals

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