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There’s plenty of stuff going on in the punk-rock world right now, but La Vida Es Un Mus (LVEUM) is definitely one of the labels you have to periodically check for releases if you want to listen to the real stuff. That’s why it’s so frustrating to write about them

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Oakland, CA, will hurt once again, as the raging wrath of 30+ punk and hardcore bands from around the world come to town to pillage the Bay for this year’s Manic Relapse Fest. Not only will there be tons of stages, venues, and sick bands, but get ready to also

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Belgrado has embraced dub reggae. Don’t worry. Their new album, Obraz (or “Image”), skulks with the Barcelonian quartet’s soulful post-punk bounce. Yet, Obraz, in its stoned languor, bespeaks the lauded anarchist outfit’s embracing their age. Belgrado is not old, as Obraz is the third record of this July after the

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It is a concept; a constant need to deconstruct the reality. ‘Cause we’re not happy with it and need to create our own constructions. – Patryca Proniewska, Belgrado. There is something innately primal about Belgrado. While it’s easy to feel nostalgic when taking in this Barcelona-based post-punk outfit, the band

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Texas dark punk and postpunk fest San La Muerte has been gaining steam over the past few years and is now in its third iteration. San la Muerte III will occur from August 4 to August 6 in San Antonio, and will feature 20 bands from as far away as Denmark

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Crawling out of the seemingly endless river of moods that is the Portland post-punk scene comes Steel Chains. The refreshingly melodic and melancholy quintet brings back driving ’77 vibes to an audience still desperate for female representation. Everyone perfectly serves their role as the veterans keep the newbies in line

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