Savages With Duke Garwood First Avenue, Minneapolis September 17, 2013 Savages' name only hints at their musical intensity. The London-based quartet rolled through Minneapolis on a dreary, drizzly night that surely must have made them feel quite at home, and delivered a 75-minute set building on th ... More >>
Savages are currently in the process of kicking -- some would even go so far as to say saving -- rock 'n' roll's ass. The London-based post-punk quartet steamrolled the music world with a blistering initial live EP, I Am Here, before building on that promise with their fierce debut LP, Silence Yours ... More >>
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NBC Universal will celebrate the new year by cancelling an entire network-- Trio, one of the few channels that evoke the more enjoyable days of early cable programming, will be unplugged at the end of 2005. The next day, however, it will come back to life as an internet-only offering. Unlike CBS and ... More >>
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