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Silverstein Stops By Capital Region on 15th Anniversary Tour.

Post-hardcore veterans Silverstein graced Clifton Park at the much-loved Upstate Concert Hall (formerly Northern Lights) on Wednesday night with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn, and Capstan. It was the fifth stop on their three-month long North American tour celebrating the 15th anniversary of their first full-length album When Broken Is Easily Fixed. Joined by up-and-coming acts As Cities Burn and

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Iüdica Hosts First Annual Halloween Rager

Writer/Photographer: Brett Porter Iüdica hosted its first annual Halloween rager this past Saturday, and long story short, it was amazing. The music itself began around 9, with Iüdica’s lead guitarist Thom Grover playing some solo stuff, including a sweet cover of Nirvana’s “Pennyroyal Tea.” Following that was an unnamed project consisting of Chris Walker’s (Iüdica) side project, and let me

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Formula 5 Treats Hometown Fans With Halloween Show in Lake George, NY

Formula 5 returned to King Neptune’s in Lake George, New York Friday, October 26th. The band has been on their “Widespread Dead” themed fall tour playing dates down the east coast. The first set was dedicated to playing songs from Grateful Dead and Widespread Panic’s repertoire. Formula 5 opened the night up with a ripping cover of “Porch Song” into

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Twiddle Sets Tone For Two Night Run at 9:30 Club

Twiddle took the stage last night at D.C.’s famous 9:30 Club. They set the tone for their two-night run, and if tonight is anything like yesterday we’re all in for a real treat. Both sets featured multiple theme songs from movies, most notably William Wallace’s Braveheart speech interjected between Twiddle’s “Tiberius”.  Jeremy Schon, lead guitarist of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

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