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2010 Stories by Chris Parker

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  • Kepi Ghoulie

    published December 16, 2010

    Kepi Ghoulie's bottomless servings of sugary sweet musical candy make him the ultimate pop-punk confectioner. Though he hails from Sacramento,... More >>

  • Charlie Hunter

    published September 9, 2010

    In a culture so besieged by the conflict between art and commerce, it's perhaps natural that the use of pop idioms is disparaged by the critical... More >>

  • With The Monitor, Titus Andronicus Become Masters of Their Own Domain

    published September 2, 2010

    On the surface, punk rock and Bruce Springsteen are strange bedfellows, but look ­­­­deeper and you'll find a unifying theme. At... More >>

  • Between the Buried and Me and Underoath: The Cool Tour Combines Two of Metalcore's Most Vital Acts

    published July 29, 2010

    Ruts are normal. Nowhere is this truer than in art, where it's easier to be a follower than a leader. So it is that metal and hardcore, which... More >>

  • Kepi Ghoulie

    published July 8, 2010

    Kepi Ghoulie's bottomless servings of sugary sweet musical candy make him the ultimate pop-punk confectioner. Though he hails from Sacramento,... More >>

  • The Beautiful Train Wrecks

    published July 8, 2010

    A decade after O Brother, Where Art Thou?, the word "Americana" is about as specific as "beer." Portland combo The Beautiful Train Wrecks... More >>

  • The Beautiful Train Wrecks

    published July 8, 2010

    A decade after O Brother, Where Art Thou?, the word "Americana" is about as specific as "beer." Portland combo The Beautiful Train Wrecks... More >>

  • Kepi Ghoulie

    published July 8, 2010

    Kepi Ghoulie's bottomless servings of sugary sweet musical candy make him the ultimate pop-punk confectioner. Though he hails from Sacramento,... More >>

  • The Album Leaf

    published May 13, 2010

    The Album Leaf isn't so much post-rock as it is post-soft. Sigur Rós protégé and auteur Jimmy LaValle's five largely... More >>

  • Caribou Takes the Plunge

    published May 13, 2010

    For Dan Snaith, a.k.a. electronic musician Caribou, winning the Polaris Prize for his fourth album, 2007's Andorra, was validation of seven... More >>

  • Caribou Takes The Plunge

    published May 13, 2010

    For Dan Snaith, a.k.a. electronic musician Caribou, winning the Polaris Prize for his fourth album, 2007’s Andorra, was vindication... More >>

  • The Album Leaf

    published May 13, 2010

    The Album Leaf isn't so much post-rock as it is post-soft. Sigur Rós protégé and auteur Jimmy LaValle's five largely... More >>

  • Bullet for My Valentine

    published May 6, 2010

    Welsh imports Bullet for My Valentine aim for metal's sweet spot: shred-tastic enough for headbangers and poppy enough to please the girlfriends... More >>

  • Bullet For My Valentine

    published May 6, 2010

    Welsh imports Bullet for My Valentine aim for metal's sweet spot: shred-tastic enough for headbangers and poppy enough to please the girlfriends... More >>

  • Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

    published April 29, 2010

    Reaching the top isn't nearly as hard as staying there — a fact to which the Bone Thugs crew can attest. The quintet's blend of gangsta... More >>

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