5 NEW RECORDS THAT YOU NEED TO JUMP ON NOW

Every other week I write micro blurb reviews of amazing new music. Below is the latest batch of music that you need to check out. Fabuloso Combo Espectro – La Herencia de los Caracteres Adquiridos Spanish underground rockers Fabuloso Combo Espectro sound like nothing you’ve heard before. Their upcoming release La Herencia de los Caracteres Adquiridos is a mishmash of […]

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Abel’s 4000 Albums That Matter: Part Forty-Four

I’ve been feeling ambivalent lately towards this little vanity project of mine. While it is nice to reminisce and talk some shit about music without worrying about deadlines and “clicks,” it is also a time-consuming endeavor that does nothing to pay my bills. A therapist once told me that I didn’t “follow through” with my goals and that’s true. However, […]

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Abel’s 4000 Albums That Matter: Part Forty-Three

Some years go by okay, some don’t. This one’s three-quarters of the way in and it’s already been too much to take. Young people shouldn’t die young regardless of the circumstances. This past week we lost artist Edward Crowell II to a motorcycle accident and Tuffgnarl.com friend Orlando Sanchez to a heart attack, according to most sources. Regardless, two more […]

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INTERVIEW: UK’s The Hip Priests Want to Fuck, Drink & Fuck You Up

Black Denim Blitz by The Hip Priests The Turbojugend way of life is pretty much non-existent in South Florida. The Miami chapter for example currently holds 7 members (yes, Turbojugends have chapters). My guess is that it’s way too cool a movement for such a flaky city like Miami. Don’t get me wrong, some people down here tear up some Turbonegro BUT that’s […]

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Audio Junkie’s 3rd Annual Independence Bash This Weekend!

  To understand the Alvarez brothers and their insatiable thirst for all things rock and roll, one must first understand the indelible mark that Rafael “The Goat” Trujillo left on the nation of the Dominican Republic and what intangible dreams fellow countryman and recognized international playboy Porfirio Rubirosa inspired in the aftermath of this hemisphere’s most successful dictatorship. While their […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Jack White – “Lazaretto”

In a February 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, Jack White admitted that his then-forthcoming album was “definitely not one style” of sound; rather, it was of several. Vagueness has often been a hallmark of White’s public persona. Be it his cryptic iconography and imagery with The White Stripes or his misleading statements that ex-wife Meg White was actually his sister, […]

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