Monthly Archives: July 2013

Ian Rubbish and the Bizzaros : It’s a Lovely Day

Okay, so when I saw this skit on SNL, I really thought it was brilliant. The people that they got to speak, the documentary style of it, and it really captured kind of that early punk and totally made fun … Continue reading

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The Riverboat Gamblers : True Crime

I have known about these guys for years, but never ended up having the opportunity to see them live until last weekend. They were one of the opening bands for the D4th of July, along with Toys That Kill, which … Continue reading

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Dillinger Four – Noble Stabbings

Well, it’s that time again, time for the D4th of July! Anyone who’s a fan of this band knows how crazy D4 shows get, and well, when it’s the D4th of July, it’s about double the craziness of a regular … Continue reading

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The Suburbs : Don’t Do Me Any Favors

As I have posted before, The Suburbs have been one of my favorite bands of all time. So, when they originally broke up in 1987, it killed me. This was the last song that they released and was only released … Continue reading

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Zach Sobiech : Clouds

Zach Sobiech is simply an amazing inspiration for all of us. Zach was diagnosed with osteosarcoma at the young age of 14. While going through numerous surgeries and chemotherapy treatments, he never let his cancer get him down. Last year, … Continue reading

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Death : Politicians in my Eyes

So, I had a different post planned for today, and then I read this article last night: Death: A ’70s Rock Trailblazer, Reborn I had to check this band out. I mean, a band of three brothers, and are part … Continue reading

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