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Tim Barry starts to settle down on ‘Lost & Rootless’
Tim Barry starts to settle down on ‘Lost & Rootless’
Tim Barry Lost & Rootless Honesty and integrity go a long way. Just ask Richmond, Virginia’s Tim Barry, a man who has spent the better part of his adult life singing punk, protest and folk songs of one kind or another. On Lost & Rootless, Barry’s sixth solo release, one of punk rock’s most beloved traveling troubadours has created an album that’s as humble as the wooden shed on his propert
Premiere: Tim Barry, “Driver Pull”
Check out this premiere of "Driver Pull" from Tim Barry. It's from the former Avail frontman's upcoming fourth solo album 40 Miler, out Apr. 10 via Chunksaah. Barry's upcoming tour dates can be seen below. APR 13 Asbury Park, NJ – Asbury Lanes w/ Josh Small & Julie Karr APR 19 W. Columbia, SC – New Brookland T ...
Tim Barry – 40 Miler
Tim Barry – 40 Miler
Tim Barry 40 Miler Tim Barry has had his share of songwriting success, from his earlier days in Richmond, Virginia, anthemic-punk institution Avail to his more recent, community-driven acoustic career. On 40 Miler, his fifth solo album, Barry breaks through the stripped-down trappings of “guy with guitar” and creates a landmark album with multi-instrumentation and tunes that encapsulate his life
The Explosion – Bury Me Standing
The Explosion – Bury Me Standing
The Explosion Bury Me Standing Enthusiastic Boston punkers the Explosion may be long buried, but they won’t go out without one last posthumous shot over the bow. Their long-delayed third album—originally slated for a 2007 release on Virgin Records, then a 2008 release on Paper + Plastick—has finally seen daylight via the Bouncing Souls’ Chunksaah Records, validating the band’s reputation as one
In The Studio: The Bouncing Souls
EXPECT IT: June 12 (TBA) Once a band hits a milestone such as their 20th anniversary, it becomes progressively easier for the group to continue on as shells of their former selves. Many acts go through the motions and cash huge festival checks while either releasing rehashed music which harkens back to the glory days—or, perhaps more boldly, releasing no new material at all. For ...
The World/Inferno Friendship Society – The Anarchy And The Ecstasy
The World/Inferno Friendship Society – The Anarchy And The Ecstasy
The World/Inferno Friendship Society The Anarchy And The Ecstasy   When the World/Inferno Friendship Society arrived on the scene in 1996, did anyone anticipate that they'd still be alive and kicking some 14 years later? The band's sound—a mixture of cabaret pop, punk and jumped-up circus music—didn't seem like the most sustainable idea around. At the very least, you had ...