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La Dispute Live Show Review

This probably won’t be the most “professional” review ever — but in my shaky defense, I dare say that previous revisions were even more visceral and less sophisticated than this one… so there’s that. Now onto the concert-going frustrations of a La Dispute fan over the age of 21… I first heard La Dispute over...Read...
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Thrice – Major/Minor Album Review

Orange County band Thrice have certainly come a long way from playing emotive post-hardcore (or screamo) and touring with bands like American Nightmare, Converge, and Bane, to creating interesting and dense straight-ahead rock albums. It’s not like this is big news, though; Thrice have been moving further along from their second major label album Vheissu...Read...
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Analog Playset Toy Auction

Last night’s Analog Playset custom toy show and action featured 25 custom robot toys by well-known Los Angeles-area musicians and artists, including Joe Ledbetter, Alex Pardee, and members of bands like Minus The Bear, Eisley, Circa Survive, Thrice, All-American Rejects, and Fall Out Boy. Andrew McMahon (of Something Corporate) held a special performance, as this...Read...
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Thrice – Beggars Album Review

I find that Thrice is one of the few bands that people from across all walks of life can generally agree on. Though the band began their recorded career as a mishmash of tech metal leads and screamo-esque leanings, they have explored the larger spectrum of creativity, oftentimes citing Radiohead as a major influence for...Read...
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