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Pleasure Venom’s Audrey Campbell stars in comedy short-film ‘I AM TX’—watch

Oftentimes, comedy is the best way to get an important message across. Film director, comedy improviser and Austin, Texas native Ryan Darbonne knows this...
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15 essential post-punk bands who represent the evolution of the genre

Post-punk had to happen. Punk rock opened all this space for people to make exactly the kind of art or culture that the disenfranchised...
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12 alternative projects fronted by women with new music you need to hear

Women in rock, from Against Me! and Evanescence to Paramore and Tonight Alive, are larger than life. While shaping the alternative music world as we...
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10 Black artists who deserve more recognition in the alternative genre

February marks Black History Month, and while every day is the perfect day to celebrate artists of all genres, backgrounds and upbringings, we want...
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10 emerging punk rock bands who are bringing new life to the genre

If the sonic leanings of new alternative bands are any indication, pop punk isn't dead and neither is punk rock. Be it through the continued...
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17 rising Black alternative bands who are leading the next generation

Black musicians are at the heart of alternative music’s history. Whether it’s punk, emo, metal or pop punk, Black people have played an integral...

See experimental punks Pleasure Venom bring the fury in outdoor session

Pleasure Venom hail from Austin, Texas, with social and sonic attitude to burn. Fronted by vocalist Audrey Campbell, the quartet have created a fascinating...
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11 POC-fronted punk bands who deserve to be heard

Keeping politics out of punk is impossible, and the idea of wiping the anti-establishment undertones would defeat the purpose of the genre completely. People...