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Hydra Head Doesn’t Hate the Austerity Program
"Can we get a volunteer to start our drum machine?" Justin Foley asked Friday night at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Union Pool. Unlike many other humans I've come across, Foley and bassist Thad Calabrese don't have to try to hard to be funny. Since their enlistment in the Hydra …
Sargent House Records Founder Wants Your Band Insured
Sargent House is not the typical record label, and the one behind it, Cathy Pellow, prides herself on this. Rather than sit around discussing the next trend and newest marketing technique to get the applause of the blogs, she wants to talk about music and how to help keep good bands on the road...
Russian Circles Made the Wait Worth It

"F--- that song anyways. We got new s---. That was old. It was old," Russian Circles guitarist Mike Sullivan said as he scrambled to get his pedals working. He was stuck in a thick sea of the crowd's "Awwws" and "What happeneds?" The band headlined Bowery Ballroom for t…
Young Widows Take the Leftovers to Vinyl
For 2008's 'Old Wounds,' Young Widows did an experiment in recording hoping to capture the loud, abrasive ampage of their live show for the album. On a small tour that led the band over to Godcity Studio in Salem, Mass., they recorded their live sets and did tracking to splice into wh…
Young Widows Are Funeral Home Bound for New Record
Currently Young Widows are out on the road supporting Russian Circles. If you're lucky enough to see these fine Louisville, Ky. fellows on their current jaunt, be prepared to hear a good chunk of new material. "These songs are all over the place," vocalist/guitarist Evan Patte…
Young Widows Day Jobs Are All Ink and Pills
There is a bit of luck involved in being a touring band; there will be times when touring will just not be in the cards -- times to write, times to not sleep on floors. And in those times, it's good to be lucky enough to score a job that allows the touring time to take place without getting fir…

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