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RN&R Vol 19 Issue 20
“We try to keep some of the rock in punk rock,” says guitar player Myke Read.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 07.04.13
RN&R Vol 18 Issue 52
Wild Horse Rhapsody is music meant to be put on in the background while one reads about conspiracies of environmental law.
This article was published on 02.14.13
Surf Curse writes sensitive tunes about complicated emotions without being wusses about it.
RN&R Vol 18 Issue 48
Anonymous Jones is a trio of Reno rappers: Tsuyoshi “Yosh” Curtis, Chari “Knowledge” Smith and Tony “Locus” Walker.
This article was published on 01.17.13
Larry Cooper has the first half of the singer-songwriter equation down, and he might get the second half.
RN&R Vol 18 Issue 44
Prescription plays psychedelic punk rock reminiscent of Funhouse-era Stooges.
This article was published on 12.20.12
Them Sonsabitches plays Queens of the Stones Age-style stoner rock, with hints of straight-up rock ’n’ roll and bits rockabilly humorThem Sonsabitches.
RN&R Vol 18 Issue 40
Weapons of Mass Creation is a rap-rock fusion that works.
This article was published on 11.22.12
Meet The Liver Scars comes packaged with a glossy comic book, though a bottle of whiskey might have been more appropriate.
RN&R Vol 18 Issue 36
Eric Andersen is an agreeable throwback to the softly rockin’, piano-led sounds of ’70s singer-songwriters. YeahNo is half a good rock band.
This article was published on 10.25.12
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