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Author: cassdav21

Show in Review: The Black Flag Raises at HOB

Black Flag Show Review August 30th, 2019 House of Blues   “I’m gonna use your shoulder for a sec!” a stranger lady mosher yelled at me over the scrambling crowd as she fixed her boot that has been “flat-tired” in the midst of the pit. I kindly posted up to give her something to lean...

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Album In Review: Puddle of Dudd

  Ahhh, yes. The “reality show” of rock n’ roll: Puddle of Mudd. Simple, bubble gum raunch that, like a fly continuously hitting a window pane, keeps coming back for more even though it’s absolute brain rot. Lacking any sort of substance, I’m pretty sure that the only reason they’ve had any success is because...

Album In Review: Because of the Brave

Band Name – Flaw Based In – Louisville, KY Project Name – Vol IV: Because of the Brave # of Songs – 10 (not enough) Members – Chris Volz – Vocals Tommy Gibbons – Guitar/Bass Rob Buttorff – Guitar Georges Octobous – Drums Label – Pavement Entertainment Release Date – July 19th, 2019 Genre –...

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Album Review: (Hed) Oui Oui!

(Hed) P.E. Album Review – Stampede Band Name – (Hed) P.E. Based In – Huntington Beach, CA Project Name – Stampede # of Songs – 10 Current Members –             M.C.U.D (Jared Gomez) –  Vocals             Major Trauma (Jeremiah Stratton) – Drums, Backing Vocals             Kid Bass (Kurt Blankenship) – Bass             D.J. Blackard –...

Album Review: 9ELECTRIC – Megalith

Artist/Band Name – 9ELECTRIC Based In – Los Angeles, CA  Project Name – Megalith  # of Songs – 8 Members – Ron Underwood – Vocals Mikey Lopez – Guitars Ginny Eck – Bass Nick Ramirez – Drums Produced and Engineered By – Shawn McGhee  Label – Pavement Entertainment Release Date – March 29th, 2019  Genre...

Memoirs of a Rock Wife

It’s not uncommon to grow up fantasizing about marrying a musician: being serenated to on the reg, having love songs about you reaching #1 on the charts, and ultimate bragging rights for being THAT girl. I’m not ashamed to say that for me, my first “rockstar” crush was Lance Bass from *NSYNC. Of course, years...