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  • December 03, 2005
    By webteam


    1. "Stop Snitching" makes the cover of the Herald . . . again.

    2. Related news: Murder Inc. not guilty.

    3. "Stan" copycat? Guilty.
  • December 02, 2005
    By webteam


    If Angus Young, Dee Dee Ramone, Nigel Tufnel, and some 18th-century fop in a powdered wig had an orgy and somehow conceived, their spawn might look and sound something like local rock royalty the UPPER CRUST. Lord Bendover and his band were recently out in LA, selling out clubs and hobnobbing with an assemblage of punk patricians -- they appeared on Dicky Barrett's radio show and rubbed elbows with former Sex Pistol Steve Jones and Tenacious D's Kyle Gass.

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  • December 02, 2005
    By webteam



    Next to Scissorfight, the unrooooooliest mammoths in stoner-sludgedom to rumble the bowels of the stonerati round here be MOTHERBOAR, who led a Turbonegro-meets-Lord of the Flies grabass bacchanal up at Hellgate last summer (if you missed it, for fuck's sake, go read the post). There is too much rock tonight, but if you're in Allston, drop by the Reel Bar, where these guys will get the outlaw stamp of approval from Iann Robinson on the ones and twos.




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  • December 02, 2005
    By webteam


    1. As anyone who’s lusted for Frank Kozik’s devil dolls or got really baked and stared at an old Fillmore West concert poster for 16 hours can tell you, visual art and rock music have been inextricably tied since the 1960s. So it’s no surprise that smart music chain Newbury Comics is entering the rock-art collectors’ market in a big way.

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  • December 01, 2005
    By webteam


    It's been only a few months since Boston's best country-punk all-star band put out their third full-length, Think Farms, but Frank Smith are already about halfway done with its follow-up, which they're recording with Ethan Dussault at New Alliance Studios. They've offered the Phoenix and our fair readers an exclusive sneak peek at one of the unmastered tracks, "Black and Blue," a song that finds new banjo player Brett Saiia taking the lead.

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  • December 01, 2005
    By webteam












    'Twas the final night of Piles' 5-week-long residency at the Midway Cafe.

    'Twas a Tuesday, and it started out with Gabe Plays Drums, which consisted of a guy named Gabe playing drums . . . along to his mp3 player . . . with a playlist of songs ranging from Beyonce to Radiohead? And ending with guest singer Marty from Uncle Monsterface assisting in a rendition of the Buckaroo Bonzai theme song?!















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