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LXVE II, the latest collection of icy, homespun electronic oddities from Brandon Can't Dance finds the loop master upping his game considerably while covering an immense amount of sonic ground in the process. Fans of the ...

LXVE II – Brandon Can’t Dance

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[caption id="attachment_2665" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo by John Kritzman[/caption] Last night, New Haven’s newest venue College Street Music Hall hosted the Common Vision tour headlined by Every Time I Die ...

Show Review: Every Time I Die

Show Review

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Harms Way has been a band for a while now and over time the band’s sound has evolved significantly. When the band first started, they took a lot of their sonic influence from power violence and as time passed, they ...

Harms Way – Rust

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It has been a long time since I’ve written anything for Nahhhhh. Things got kind of crazy (not just for me, but for all of us) and we all took some time off. While the exact future of the site still is up in the air, ...

Discourse – Sanity Decays

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Ceremony is a band that everyone in the punk community undoubtedly has an opinion on. The group is either applauded for their constant evolution and shifting sound bridging the gap from hardcore to post-punk, or the group is ...

Ceremony – “The Separation” Track Review + More!

Review, Track Review

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A year ago, I moved to western Michigan. After living in and being involved in the music scene in Connecticut, my perception and expectations of scenes elsewhere was naively isolated. Although I have attended relatively few ...

Injustice & In Pain – Presence of Fear

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The tendency of Title Fight to reinvent themselves on each new release has earned them a reputation for forward-thinking songwriting. The band’s latest LP, Hyperview, follows up on the highly successful Floral Green, and ...

Hyperview – Title Fight

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Closed Casket Activities is the best label in hardcore. And while I think this is arguable to a degree (especially if you prefer faster hardcore, then Triple B is for you), it’s hard to argue with the cast of bands signed ...

Tierra y Libertad – Xibalba

Review, Uncategorized

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It’s hard to believe, but Lightning Bolt has already been a band for over 20 years. I featured the noisy duo from Providence, RI as a part of my Current Rotation a couple of weeks ago so suffice it to say, I was pretty ...

Track Review: “The Metal East,” Lightning Bolt

Track Review, Uncategorized