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For my first Current Rotation I thought I’d share a few bands & records that have really caught my attention lately (in no particular order). These releases range from being pretty recent to being over ten years old, ...

Matt’s Current Rotation – 1/28/15

Current Rotation

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It’s strange to think that Foulbrood is already Colesville, Maryland natives Two Inch Astronaut’s third longplayer, but a minute into excellent and somewhat misleadingly catchy opener “Foulbrood,” it becomes ...

Foulbrood – Two Inch Astronaut

Review

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2015 is shaping up to be one of the best years for new releases that we have had in a long time. I feel like its almost every week we find out a new band is releasing music this year. Off of the top of my head I know we are ...

Nonstop Feeling – Turnstile

Review

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Sean Niland is a big part of Connecticut hardcore and one of its most talented musicians. So when Sean starts a new project, people pay attention. One of his newest bands is Slavestate, a 4-piece death metal band. I had ...

Slavestate Interview

Interview, Local Band Interview

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One of my favorite things about music blogs is finding new artists, and albums. We post a lot of reviews and interviews, but rarely cover what we are listening to. We all talked and wanted to change that, so we decided that ...

Zach’s Current Rotation – 1/19/15

Current Rotation, Uncategorized

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If you talk to almost anyone about booking or playing shows in Philadelphia, 9 times out of 10, Ruben Polo's name will get brought up. I first met Philly's hardest working man when we played a show with the freshly defunct ...

” “ – Soul Glo

Review, Track Review, Uncategorized

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Prior to this review, I had been waiting to hear Stifle for a little while now. They’ve been around for over a year, but the Chicago/Milwaukee group has only played a handful of shows. Up until now, they had no recordings, ...

Grace Black – Stifle

Review

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Every pop-punk band and pretty much anything that sounds like pop-punk is hit-or-miss for me. As time wears on, the genre grows increasingly oversaturated by bands singing about the same things. It is hard to tell them ...

Pretend to Care – Hemingway

Review

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Will Hirst has been in numerous MAHC bands over the years, and in 2013 he added a new title to his resume: Label Owner. Rat Trax Records has 5 releases to date and has big plans for the coming years. I got the chance to ...

Rat Trax Interview

Scene Check

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2014 has come and gone and those of us here at Nahhhhh eagerly await all the new music 2015 will bring. However, we have some time to kill before the new releases start coming in, so we have a chance to do a little ...

Dream Ritual – Dream Ritual

Review, Uncategorized

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2014 was a difficult year to process both musically and otherwise for me. However, I do know that some legitimately great and weird albums helped soundtrack a weird year for me. All ten of these albums couldn’t have come ...

Top Ten of 2014 – Torrey

Top 10 of 2014

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It is that time of the year again where we, at Nahhhhhh, cultivate our favorite releases of the year. Every year seems to get harder and harder. We could all easily make a Top 25 and still be leaving out some great ...

Top Ten of 2014 – Zach

Top 10 of 2014