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Most weeks, the people behind the great video series Two Minutes To Late Night round up all-star one-off supergroups of people in metal, punk, and hardcore bands. Last week, though, Two Minutes To Late Night only featured one band. In support of a friend who’s going through a hard time, the comedian Jordan Olds recruited Thursday to cover Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing In The Dark.” This week, the series has gone in a radically different direction. It’s got a ridiculously huge group of people — 21 musicians in all — to salute Springsteen’s main competition on the 1984 charts.

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Ashrita Kumar on pop punk artists | Pinkshift interview

Back in February, Alternative Press hailed Pinkshift as one of 100 Artists You Need To Know. Now, vocalist Ashrita Kumar is expanding that list with 18 of her favorite emerging pop-punk-adjacent bands. It might not surprise you to learn that the Baltimore-based outfit’s influences are just as eclectic as their sound. In fact, Kumar is quick to note […]

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Right after the last election, people kept saying the same thing: “The punk music is going to be great.” If you subscribe to the theory that great art is born out of trauma, the United States sure has a lot of collective trauma to turn into art. That theory is bullshit, of course — trauma…

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Later this month, ferocious punk avengers War On Women will release their new album Wonderful Hell, the follow-up to 2018’s excellent Capture The Flag. Guitarist Brooks Harlan co-produced the new one with Jawbox leader J. Robbins, and the band has already shared the album’s title track. Today, we get a second song, an anthemic rager…

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Two years ago, the Baltimore band War On Women released their album Capture The Flag, a searing and politically righteous record of metallic punk bangers. That album felt ferociously urgent at the time, and it hasn’t lost any of its intensity since then. So it’s great to see the news that War On Women are…

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