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Wanna Take You to a Free Show: Electric Six play Paper Tiger

It has been nearly a decade since I first heard the song "Gay Bar" by Electric Six. Since then it is near impossible for me to say the words "gay bar" without enunciating it the way lead singer Dick Valentine does so in the song. I know I'm not alone. Electric Six...

Josh’s Top 5 Favorite Movies

HELLO EVERYONE! WHAT WE’VE BEEN DOING EVERY NOW AND THEN, IS POSTING ABOUT EACH OF OUR FAVORITE MOVIES OF ALL TIME (THE TOP 5 TO BE SPECIFIC) AND A BIT ABOUT WHY WE LOVE THEM. WE HOPE IT’LL LET YOU LEARN MORE ABOUT ALL OF US HERE AT STICKERFRIDGE IN DOING SO. THIS...

SXSW 2019 – Illuminati Hotties and Potty Mouth

The corporate sponsorship invasion of SXSW has long been a catalyst in the rise of the festival’s popularity while also being a catalyst for being a pain in the ass of many SXSW goers. There is an overwhelming sense of exclusivity in a lot of the official showcases...

SXSW 2019 – Broken Social Scene, The Joy Formidable, and The Beths

There is an overwhelming sense of exhaustion preparing for SXSW. Anticipating where to park, how far you’re going to need to walk, how long you’re going to have to wait in line and how much money you’re going to need to spend can make anybody question why they even...

Leaving Transition: Hydra Melody’s Final Show featuring Casetta and the Return of Westbound Departure

Choosing the first local band you fall for is a lot like choosing a starter Pokemon. In some cases, they ultimately choose you. The first time I realized I was a Westbound Departure fan was watching two of their original members’ perform for their Independent Study...

Women Be Rockin: International Women’s Day Playlist

There’s a consistent notion with rock festivals that there is a lack of gender diversity. A common response is that there just aren’t enough females in rock bands to consider. This, of course, is a cop out as we are living in a music renaissance of young diverse...

Rock Me Mama like a Westbound Train: Westbound Departure Returns!

Sooo there’s this band Westbound Departure January 3rd, 2009 at 4:29am Pt.2 This isn’t the first time I’ve written about Westbound Departure. I tried to get my words out about them back in 2009. Reading back on the old Tumblr post, I felt like I wanted to go back and...

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Adam and Brent are joined again by Zach Cavender to talk Fincher's 2007 'Zodiac'! Among the topics discussed are the films place in the digital vs film movement, the groundbreaking use of CGI to enhance the films setting, and it being one of Brent's all-time favorite...

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Women Be Rockin: International Women’s Day Playlist

There’s a consistent notion with rock festivals that there is a lack of gender diversity. A common response is that there just aren’t enough females in rock bands to consider. This, of course, is a cop out as we are living in a music renaissance of young diverse...