Monday, January 21, 2019

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Memorial show for John Stabb of Government Issue in DC tonight

Photo: John Stabb Facebook page. Boycott Cancer, a benefit show in tribute to Government Issue singer John “Stabb” Schroeder, takes place at the Black Cat...

Jawbox ‘My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents’ reissue befits the strength of their influence (review)

Jawbox My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents Hard to believe, considering that Washington, D.C., post-hardcore legends Jawbox came up in an era where vinyl was king, but...

“The rise and fall of the post-Nirvana boom I don’t care about”—J. Robbins hits...

This week, J. ROBBINS, the vocalist/guitarist from such respected outfits as Jawbox, Burning Airlines and Office Of Future Plans goes out for a string...

Black Clouds, ‘Dreamcation’ album premiere

Washington, D.C. instrumental post-rock band Black Clouds will officially release their new album, Dreamcation, on November 4 via Collect Records, the independent label owned...

J. Robbins (Jawbox) announces acoustic tour

J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, Channels, more) has announced a short and rare run of acoustic dates. During the tour, Robbins will be backed...

Moral Mazes – Magic Tommy Jackson EP

Moral Mazes Magic Tommy Jackson EP Any band featuring noted indie producer and former Jawbox guitarist/vocalist J. Robbins, as well as former Kerosene 454 drumming phenom...

Lucero, J.Robbins, Modern Baseball, Tim Kasher, White Wives, Weatherbox added to Fest 12 lineup

The Fest have added 20 artists to their 2013 (12th annual) lineup, including J. Robbins (Jawbox) backed with cello and drums, as well as...

Have Mercy to release J. Robbins-produced debut on Topshelf Records, announce tour with Dads

Baltimore, MD alt-rockers Have Mercy will release their debut full-length, produced by J. Robbins, early next year on Topshelf Records. Meanwhile, the band have announced...

Hostage Calm – Please Remain Calm

Hostage Calm Please Remain Calm Hostage Calm have always resided in the left field of melodic-hardcore tropes, from the obscure emo references of their 2008 debut,...

Lionize – Superczar And The Vulture

Lionize Superczar And The Vulture Bands who combine Clutch-style boogie rock with reggae dub aren’t exactly a thriving subgenre in the alternative music world. In fact,...

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