At Both Ends Magazine Available ...
-- Sunday, January 03, 2010
If you haven't ordered and read At Both Ends Magazine yet, you are an idiot. Read what Stevie says below then go order immediately.
Hey everyone, I just wanted to let you know that the At Both Ends magazine / 2x7" package is now available. I'm really excited with how this has turned out and can't wait for people to get this in their hands. The fastest way to get your hands on a copy is by heading over to AtBothEndsMagazine.com and following the instructions there. Any questions about this should be directed to info@AtBothEndsMagazine.com.
Here's what's in the package:
One 148-page magazine/book that compiles two new issues worth of At Both Ends Magazine and two 7" records with new, exclusive songs from Bane, Grade, Unrestrained (ex-Pulling Teeth/Desperate Measures) and Between Earth And Sky (ex-Trial, Catharsis, By A Thread, Walls Of Jericho). The Bane songs are NOT found on any of the 7"s in the Dublin/Boston/LA/etc. series.
Included in the magazine are articles and interviews with Bane, Sick of it All, Verse, Shook Ones, Bill Stevenson, Sparkmarker, Anchor, Shai Hulud, Greg Bennick, Devotion, Wait In Vain, To Kill and way more. This is about as packed as a zine can get. The magazine is perfect bound with glossy pages and colour covers. Printing is similar to a book and is higher quality than pretty much any commercial magazine you will find in a store. All-in-all this is a really beautiful package.
Check out what Hanging Hex has to say about it:
"Well, someone certainly has set the bar higher. I guess if you're going to go out do it in a way that's going to make everyone else attempting to publish something in print basically give up... Steve has laid down an excellent final issue."
All the other info can be found at AtBothEndsMagazine.com. Thanks for your support.
Chill Worcester Gig on Dec 6 ...
-- Thursday, October 29, 2009
Dec 12, 2009
Club Oasis / London Billiards
70 James St
Outbreak, Soul Control, Mountain Man, Institutionalized & Dead Last
70 James St is basically the Espresso Bar. Awesome joint. E-Bar
Everbody's Scene Update
-- Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Chris Daily hits us up with an update. Can't wait to see this book. I think I'll have to get in on that pre-order!
The book is at the printer! The new website is live, and pre-orders are now being taken. Here is your chance to pre-order the book at a discounted price. Plus there is also an option to get the book and a limited edition, pre-order only t-shirt package deal.Don't sleep on this one! Watch the trailer and get chills. Amazing.
Get Outta Town goes the way of Radiohead In Rainbows ...
-- Wednesday, September 23, 2009
I know what you are thinking.
"That headline makes no sense"
Oh, but it does. Get Outta Town Records has just created their own digital download store. That's right. And get this, you can get albums based on DONATIONS. That's right. So if you think the new DEA album is worth $5,000, you can purchase it for that much. Each album downloaded comes down in 128kbps (semi yucky) but if you donate MORE, you can get higher rips (yay!).
So head on over and grab that Get Outta Town Records 2009 sampler. Make sure you donate at least $45 for it. And then tell Charles I sent you. Maybe I can get some referral bonus ... ;)
Get Outta Town - The X-Rated Skate Deck ...
-- Monday, August 31, 2009
Run, don't walk to this website and get your pre-order in. This is probably the coolest deck I've seen come out on a hardcore label in YEARS. Very dope.
Just a smart looking board. Makes me want to x up and learn kick flips.
Benefit For Jimmy G
-- Friday, August 28, 2009
Lets leave the politics out of this. Murphy's Law is awesome. Jimmy G is old school. We owe him a lot. Come out to this show and support.
Panic Records has Lions Lions Info ...
-- Friday, July 31, 2009
Timm hit me up with some news. Check it.
Lions Lions have posted a new track from their upcoming Lp on Panic Records entitled "From What We Believe". You can check out the track "The Knitter" on their myspace at www.myspace.com/lionslionsOk, so where is this Grange Hall In Portland, Maine? And are they playing an Elks Lodge or the American Legion in Natick? This is a real weird gig lineup. I've never heard of 90% of these venues (Club Hell, been there. Left before Fetish Night started). Track down these venues and show your support.
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