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Jesse
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Raine Maida is back with his sophomore solo release, We All Get Lighter, slated for release on March 26th and recently chatted with Popblerd via phone about what fans can expect from the upcoming record. Seeing that We All Get Lighter is significantly different in tone than Pachamama’s I & II, how are the two EP’s and album all tied together if at all? The EP’s are just kind of fun. It was just stuff that I was doing whenever  […]

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Drew
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New York-based rapper Soul Khan is making moves, both literally and figuratively. Once known as a titan of the burgeoning battle-rap scene, Soul Khan’s focus these days is making music. Lots and lots of music. Since retiring from dismantling opponents to focus on his art, one thing’s become clear: Khan is a hungry, creative emcee. His vast network of personal and professional acquaintances unite to make each album or EP unique, vivid; in December of 2012, he concluded a run […]

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Jesse
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One of the most unassuming (and modest) guitar gods you’re likely to meet, Tim Sult took some time before Clutch’s New Year’s Eve extravaganza in Worcester, MA to chat with Popblerd about the bands upcoming album and the best part about being in Clutch today:   Why was Worcester the best spot to end your 2012? Pretty much every year since we’ve been a band we’ve done an East Coast run at this time of the year. We never know […]

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Jesse
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I was originally going to use this week’s column to list my favorite shows of 2012. Then I decided to go with a holiday theme and focus on Old Man Gloom’s Christmas. If I had went with the former theme, I would’ve mentioned seeing Ministry for their final US show in Chicago over the summer. That would be the incarnation of Ministry featuring Mike Scaccia who passed away over the weekend after collapsing on stage at the age of 47. […]