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The 5 Best Places To Meet Someone

Most of the single people I know aren’t looking for someone.  They are wrapped up in their jobs, school, life or they recently got out of a bad relationship and do NOT want anything to do with meeting someone right now.  248 more words

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Close Encounters with Art, Pt. 1

I can recall three distinct “moments” in which I discovered art as something meaningful on a purely emotional level.

The first was when my cousin, Erin, was visiting and she shared a mix-tape she’d recorded off a college radio station in Grand Rapids.   73 more words

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Rock ETC For January 2015

Crayon – Brick Factory – HHBTM

The reprint of the 1994 album (and the only album) by Crayon brings this obscure twee-punk gem back to the forefront of music.  521 more words

We Have A Winner For The Dead Milkmen's RSD Rare YELLOW Vinyl

Congrats to Andrew, who now owns one of only 75 copies of the The Dead Milkmen’s RSD Yellow vinyl ‘Big Lizard in My Backyard.’ We also want to thank Tammy S., who was our official name picker.

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These Dancing Shoes will Kick Your Teeth In: A Playlist of Punk Dance Songs

It isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always sexy. But a good old-fashioned punk dance sesh can be very therapeutic. Here are nine punk and punk-inspired tracks for those jump-up-and-down, family-heirloom–breaking, scream-into-your-mirror moments when you just have to dance.You may look like a flailing idiot, but man, do you feel like a bad ass. 8 more words

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CURRENTLY READING: Love RocK Revolution by Mark Baumgarten

THIS…this is the why: 

“One day …brought my older brother Eric a cassette tape with two dozen songs recorded on it. I don’t remember them all, but I do know that there was no Van Halen Instead I heard all of this wonderful, strange music: “Don Henley Must Die” by Mojo Nixon, “Holiday in Cambodia” by the Dead Kennedys, and my favorite, “Punk Rock Girl” by The Dead Milkmen. 126 more words

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Words // Interview: The Dead Milkmen x Northside Fest

Left Bank caught Joe Genaro of The Dead Milkmen outside of Warsaw(not Poland) at the Northside fest and asked a few “standard” questions. Also with a cameo of Toby Goodshank who just happened to stop by.  1,102 more words

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