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 Can 2000 Juggalos be wrong? 

Pittsburgh bids Brown Angel a fond farewell

The Boston Celtic Rockers find a perfect venue on Pittsburgh's North Shore

This year's DIY punk festival was something truly memorable

Guided by Voices kills it at Smalls

What's a metal way of saying "Hey guys, we missed you"?

A quiet evening with the "former" Gene Ween was a nice way to spend a Saturday night in Pittsburgh.

Punk made its way back into Charleroi after a long hiatus, drama-free this time

The upstairs of the Smiling Moose gets packed this past Friday night to celebrate the fifth international release for Pittsburgh based Icarus Witch.  by Heather Kilgore

Childish Gambino made his fiery debut  in Pittsburgh last week at Stage AE in support of his latest album, Camp  By Cassandra Quinn

It was the night for partying on the North Shore last Saturday, with all of the local festivities to be had and the homecoming show for Greg Gillis of Girl Talk. By Heather Kilgore

Broken Fences released their stunning self-titled album this month at Club Cafe

Review of the Show from past Sunday at the Altar Bar with the finnish black metal band Horna, Kommandant, a war metal band hailing from Chicago, Mausoleum from Johnstown, and The Beyond from Philly. Review by Christopher Woodford.

Here is a review of the Motorpsychos CD release show that was held this past Saturday at the 31st Street Pub, on a seemingly perfect night for some thrashy punk-infused metal!

Christopher Woodford's Review of the metal night at Mr. Robot Project on Penn Ave in Garfield. This venue hosts a variety of all ages shows including metal, punk and rock. On this particular night, the bands ranged from grind to death to black metal and any combination in between!

It was quite the night for a show of this caliber in Pittsburgh. The full moon coupled with the random Cinco de Mayo and Pirate celebrations just added to the feel of mayhem.

Review of the October, Mockingbird, Vulture show that was hosted at the 31st Street Pub by Innervenus. This was the CD release party for the new Vulture album that was out in March.

Pittsburgh's top female MC released her hotly anticipated new album - it wasn't a typical setting, but Kellee isn't your typical artist

Devin Townsend can best be described as a mad scientist, and on October 16th Altar Bar became his evil laboratory

Those who made it out to the Moose were not disappointed to say the least.

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 Can 2000 Juggalos be wrong? 

Pittsburgh bids Brown Angel a fond farewell

The Boston Celtic Rockers find a perfect venue on Pittsburgh's North Shore

This year's DIY punk festival was something truly memorable

Guided by Voices kills it at Smalls

What's a metal way of saying "Hey guys, we missed you"?

A quiet evening with the "former" Gene Ween was a nice way to spend a Saturday night in Pittsburgh.

Punk made its way back into Charleroi after a long hiatus, drama-free this time

The upstairs of the Smiling Moose gets packed this past Friday night to celebrate the fifth international release for Pittsburgh based Icarus Witch.  by Heather Kilgore

Childish Gambino made his fiery debut  in Pittsburgh last week at Stage AE in support of his latest album, Camp  By Cassandra Quinn

It was the night for partying on the North Shore last Saturday, with all of the local festivities to be had and the homecoming show for Greg Gillis of Girl Talk. By Heather Kilgore

Broken Fences released their stunning self-titled album this month at Club Cafe

Review of the Show from past Sunday at the Altar Bar with the finnish black metal band Horna, Kommandant, a war metal band hailing from Chicago, Mausoleum from Johnstown, and The Beyond from Philly. Review by Christopher Woodford.

Here is a review of the Motorpsychos CD release show that was held this past Saturday at the 31st Street Pub, on a seemingly perfect night for some thrashy punk-infused metal!

Christopher Woodford's Review of the metal night at Mr. Robot Project on Penn Ave in Garfield. This venue hosts a variety of all ages shows including metal, punk and rock. On this particular night, the bands ranged from grind to death to black metal and any combination in between!

It was quite the night for a show of this caliber in Pittsburgh. The full moon coupled with the random Cinco de Mayo and Pirate celebrations just added to the feel of mayhem.

Review of the October, Mockingbird, Vulture show that was hosted at the 31st Street Pub by Innervenus. This was the CD release party for the new Vulture album that was out in March.

Pittsburgh's top female MC released her hotly anticipated new album - it wasn't a typical setting, but Kellee isn't your typical artist

Devin Townsend can best be described as a mad scientist, and on October 16th Altar Bar became his evil laboratory

Those who made it out to the Moose were not disappointed to say the least.

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