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  • Interview: To Write Love On Her Arms


    At the annual South By So What?! music festival that took place over the weekend of March 14th-16th in Grand Prairie, TX, MEB Staffer Austin Gordon got the opportunity to speak to longtime To Write Love On Her Arms staff Chad Moses about the organization, what they do, the programs they’ve created and are involved…

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  • Memphis May Fire: Unconditional

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    Rise Records normally does well with its breadwinner bands, but that money train hits more roadblocks as time goes on; more and more kids are stepping away from the monotony. Memphis May Fire, one of these bands, have always been a topic of dispute through the arguably uninspired continual generic approach to their metallic, sampled,…

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  • Chiodos: Devil

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    If you lived through anything like my teenage years (and if you’re listening to this music, it’s likely you did), you’re more than aware of Chiodos and why they’ve been important to the rise of this scene. After their widely publicized tumultuous relationship, they have returned with a [near] original line-up, with the exception of…

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  • Architects: Lost Forever // Lost Together

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    The pinnacle of musical expression, the heated seconds that trace every poignant word or melody from a band – they’re hard to define. It can’t be faked. Those moments can’t be marginalized. Everything has to line up. Those moments are lost on many bands, not because they’re incapable, or they weren’t scrupulous with their writing,…

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  • Show Review: Russian Circles, Ken Mode, And Inter Arma in Dallas

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    As long as I’ve enjoyed post-rock and atmospheric-type bands, there are definitely not nearly enough tours featuring them. Back on February 8th, three of the good ones came through Dallas, TX: Inter Arma, Ken Mode, and the legendary Russian Circles. All of the bands had something to bring to the spacey table, per se – but…

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  • Show Review: The Front Bottoms, You Blew It!, And The Wild in Dallas

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    I’ve never been a huge fan of the folk-rock scene. I don’t have any particular beef with it, it just wasn’t my style. I had seen a lot of praise regarding The Front Bottoms, The Wild and You Blew It!, a few of the rising bands in that genre; when I got an offer to cover…

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  • Austin’s Top In 2013

    10. The Earth & Everything In It – We Wander At Night 9. I The Mighty – Satori 8. HRVRD – From The Bird’s Cage 7. Dustin Kensrue – The Water & The Blood 6. Deafheaven – Sunbather 5. Norma Jean – Wrongdoers On their now 6th record, the boys in Norma Jean have reached…

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  • Anthony Green: Young Legs

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    We’ve all come to expect great things from Mr. Anthony Green, the man is a musical idea machine. After last year’s wildly interesting sophomore release Beautiful Things, he immediately kept the music churning. Young Legs is the alter ego in some respects to Beautiful Things, because where the latter was more adventurous and odd, the…

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