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Feb. 1, 2006: What lies between Notre Dame and Morgantown? Maybe two sizeable cities, if you take the interstate, but, if you draw a straight line, mostly there’s nothing, a vast expanse not quite the South or the Rust Belt. Tonight the Fighting Irish are traveling to West Virginia to battle and claim this land as their own territory. My favorite part about these teams going head-to- ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 8th, 2006

Previously on Beatbots, I gave you a delicious chocolate cake recipe. Tonight, I will share another delicious secret recipe for a noodle dish enhanced by ingredients found around the house. For 90% of you, a trip to the grocery store will not be necessary to enjoy this scrumptious dish! Ingredients Noodles, either the good kind or the instant ramen kind Stale pretzels - use stale bread if y ... Continue Reading

Posted: February 7th, 2006

I was lying in bed one night, reading Recipes for Disaster and dreaming of The Revolution, as all suburban yuppies do every once in a while. I read instructions on how to avoid arrest, how to cause over $5,000 worth of property damage, and how to liberate minks. I wished I was less of a pussy so I could start participating in such radical direct action, until I found an article titled “Inflatables ... Continue Reading

Posted: January 27th, 2006

1/11 Peter Hook, Two If By Sea and The Heavycoats @ The Ottobar 1/13 Celebration, The Double, and Double Dagger @ The Ottobar 1/14 Jason Dove and the Magic Whips and The Way-Outs @ The Talking Head 1/18 We Are Scientists and The Oxford Collapse @ Sonar 1/18 Akron/Family, Lexie Mountain Boys, Mi and L’au and Mr. Moccasin @ The Talking Head 1/20 Say Hi to Your Mom, Dirty On ... Continue Reading

Posted: January 12th, 2006

I was first acquainted with cartoonist Anders Nilsen’s work when I happened across a copy of his self-published comic, Big Questions #7: Dinner and a Nap, released on Drawn and Quarterly. Its artsy cover depicted a young man sprawled on his side in the middle of an expansive field. Above, the talons of a large predatory bird descend on the sleeping man, a brief calm before a terrifying awakening ... Continue Reading

Posted: January 10th, 2006

The Pandora Music Genome Project is a free service that allows you to create up to one hundred customizable ‘radio’ stations you can share with others. The site, however, is not merely a tool for entertainment. Five years ago, a team of musicians and self-described “music-loving technologists” began identifying and cataloging the various attributes of music, which they liken to genes. These at ... Continue Reading

Posted: January 6th, 2006

Where the Hell Has The Show List Been? 1/5 Holy Fuck, Metal Hearts, and Jack Sing @ The Talking Head 1/6 Genghis Tron, Child Abuse, Vincent Black Shadow and Tarpit @ The Talking Head 1/7 Supersystem, French Toast and Ris Paul Ric @ The Black Cat 1/12 Peter Hook, Two If By Sea and The Heavycoats @ The Ottobar 1/13 Celebration, The Double, and Double Dagger @ The Ottobar ... Continue Reading

Posted: January 4th, 2006

12/1 Double Dagger, The Sentimental Favorites and Kim ++ @ Talking Head 12/2 Two Man Advantage, Supreme Commander, Tenwatch, and Luck So Far @ The Sidebar 12/3 Baltimore Afro-Beat Society, Jett Rink, and DJ Matt Walter @ The G Spot 12/4 Blood On The Wall,The Psychic Ills, Baby Aspirin and Buttstomach (Late Show) @ Ottobar 12/6 American Analog Set @ Black Cat 12/6 X and Julianna Hatf ... Continue Reading

Posted: November 30th, 2005

Punk rock is youthful, new, and fresh by nature. How then, does MxPx justify their thirteen year career in West Coast punk? Fortunately, the band doesn’t have to: the youthful demeanor of mainstream modern punk, apparent in lyrics about school and parents, gives it a near automatic termination point called “maturity.” Therefore, as long as people keep reproducing, SoCal pop punk will have an au ... Continue Reading

Posted: November 14th, 2005

11/10 The Close, and The Daggerhearts @ Talking Head 11/11 Japanther @ Tonic 11/12 BBC Monthly Featuring K-Swift and Spankrock @ Ottobar 11/12 Celebration, J Roddy Walston and the Business @ Talking Head 11/14 Modey Lemon & Big Bear @ Warehouse Next Door 11/15 The Briefs, Clit 45, National Razor, and the Dials @ Ottobar 11/16 Sick Sick Birds, the Lexington Arrows, and Monty @ ... Continue Reading

Posted: November 10th, 2005

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