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Match
Match
Match

"It’s about what is selfish and what is selfless and the gray line that sometimes divides the two," says 'Match' writer/director Stephen Belber.

 
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Boulevard Single-Wide IPA
Boulevard Single-Wide IPA
Boulevard Single-Wide IPA

Boulevard Brewing out of Kansas City is one of my favorite breweries but until recently it wasn’t available in my area. As more distributers begin carrying these fine brews, it may be worth another look on the tap lists and she...

 
 
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The Outrageous Sophie Tucker
The Outrageous Sophie Tucker
The Outrageous Sophie Tucker

Before Cher, Madonna, P!nk or Lady Gaga, there was Sophie Tucker. Ahead of her time, this unconventional dynamo paved the way for generations of female performers and created a career that lasted 60 years. Although she was one ...

 
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The Sidekicks
The Sidekicks
The Sidekicks
 

The Sidekicks Keep Running

 
January 25, 2015
 



On their new album, Runners in the Nerved World, the Sidekicks sound more like the indie act Built to Spill than the punk band Green Day. The band, which originally started out as a straight-up punk band nearly ten years ago, t...

 
 
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Anti-Flag
Anti-Flag
Anti-Flag

Given that Anti-Flag split up after its first show, the band has recovered quite nicely. Formed in 1988 (but the band’s celebrating its 20th anniversary so you do the math), the Pittsburgh-based hardcore/punk group is currently...

 
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Cold War Kids credit Michelle Mosqueda
Cold War Kids credit Michelle Mosqueda
Cold War Kids credit Michelle Mosqueda
 

Cold War Kids: Stay Scrappy

 
January 19, 2015
 



Released last year, the Cold War Kids’ Hold My Home is a collection of jittery tunes that are driven by singer/multi-instrumentalist Nathan Willett, whose very distinctive, high-pitched voice alternates between enthusiastic yel...

 
 
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Motion City Soundtrack
Motion City Soundtrack
Motion City Soundtrack

Formed in 1997, Motion City Soundtrack’s sound falls on the pop side of the pop-punk spectrum although their most recent album, 2012’s Go, pretty much drops the punk part of the equation altogether. Not that there’s...