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Tool plays Atlanta Jan. 25: check out opening band, 3Teeth

Tool plays Atlanta Jan. 25: check out opening band, 3Teeth

[ 0 ] December 11, 2015 |

  An industrial/multi-media quartet from Los Angeles, 3TEETH, will be performing in support of Tool at the Infinity Energy Arena, Monday Jan. 25. The guys, who got together in 2013, evoke the likes of early Nine Inch Nails, Godflesh and KMFDM. 3Teeth prides itself on mounting an intense a/v attack on their audience. Combining scathing […]

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New Music Tuesday 10/21

New Music Tuesday 10/21

[ 0 ] October 21, 2014 |

Happy new music Tuesday! Lots of great new albums dropping today – check out some of our favorites below and get your own new music. Eliot Bronson – Eliot Bronson (Saturn 5 Records)                     Award-winning singer/songwriter Eliot Bronson’s self-titled new release was tracked entirely analog in Nashville […]

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Picture Book: Primus @ The Tabernacle, October 31st

Picture Book: Primus @ The Tabernacle, October 31st

[ 0 ] November 1, 2012 |

Photos by Rhiannon Bradley

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CD Review: Primus — Green Naugahyde

CD Review: Primus — Green Naugahyde

[ 2 ] September 21, 2011 |

Primus Green Naugahyde ATO Records/Prawn Song By Ellen Eldridge Those who aren’t yet familiar with Primus have a ton of catching up to do, but should instantly recognize the band as the creators of the “South Park Theme.” The drawn-out success of Frizzle Fry (1990) carried the band through its lesser albums in the ‘90s, […]

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CD Review: Martina Topley Bird — Some Place Simple; Playing The Fox Theatre with Massive Attack, October 29

CD Review: Martina Topley Bird — Some Place Simple; Playing The Fox Theatre with Massive Attack, October 29

[ 0 ] October 19, 2010 |

Martina Topley Bird Some Place Simple Honest Jon’s / Ipecac Records By Giles Turnbull Martina Topley Bird is a name you might have come across, without even knowing. Some Place Simple is her third solo album, but she has been featured on albums by Tricky, David Holmes, Primus and Gorillaz, to name but a few. […]

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