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Vacant Future "The Spirit of Spite"

Vacant Future is leading a hardcore punk invasion and their coming for your house. Vacant Future implements all the best parts of my favorite heavy genres: the aggressive downbeat in hardcore punk, thrash guitar in speed metal, and death metal vocals that make your throat sore just listening. “Spirit of Spite” is by far my favorite track off their self-titled demo. It’s the perfect mix of punk and classic speed metal in the vein of Lemmy. Like so many punk bands used to, they even have a title track song, “Future is Vacant.” That’s how you know you’re listening to real punk, right? -Michael Perry

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2013 Year End Polls For Emerging Artists: Results Scene by Scene

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Congratulations to Blue Matches, our new Artist of the Month winners!

Congratulations to the Blue Matches for winning our Artist of the Month Poll! Their victory coincides pretty handily with the recent (Dec. 29th) release of this official video for their single “Down and Out.” There are two opportunities on the near horizon to throw your panties at them (But make 'em nice.  The ladies of Blue Matches know quality): they play at fooBar Jan. 15th, and The End Jan. 18th.  They have also just put out a new EP titled “Starting Over” available here. Attend, download, follow their Twitter, Facestalk, just show your support! -Terra James-Jura

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Weekend Itinerary

Here are a few standout picks for live music this weekend, including a way to spend not a dime on Sunday:

Friday: “Dog-inspired” Sad Baxter is playing at the Stone Fox with Beech Benders and the Reneaus. The show starts at 9pm and cover is 5 bones (rimshot!) There’s definitely some Corgi influence on this number:

Deli favorites Guthrie Brown and The Smoking Flowers play with Rales and Nava Hotel at The High Watt starting at 9pm.

Saturday: Comedian and booking mogul Benji Brown is celebrating three decades on this mortal coil at Exit/In with this stellar lineup: The Nearly Deads, Hot Mess Loves You, The Finale, Foreverandnever and The Daily Howl.  The show starts at 7pm and costs $10.

Don’t want to cross the river? Wheathouse and Wooly Mamas at the East Room. Listen below to the grungy rock Wooly Mamas are dished out on their brand new EP: 

Sunday: Just stay planted in the vicinity of 1604 8th Avenue South. Everything you need for the day is there.  Grimey's is hosting Sharon Jone’s Soul Brunch at 1pm, when you can get a sneak preview of Sharon Jone’s new album “Give the People What They Want” and access to free mimosas and a freakin’ biscuit bar. Spend a few hours record shopping/browsing, until 8pm, when Nick D’ and the Believers, The Calvary and Canyon Riders play a no-cover show at the Basement.  If you're feeling like a high roller, drop $2 on a draft.  

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KOA Free Show Tonight at Exit/In

Thrifty types will find an incredible value tonight at Exit/In, where KOA is playing a free show with Broken Laces and Release the Hounds. The band is showcasing new material and a new member, and giving away free EPs. “Cool It Down” is the first track of said EP, released early in 2013. Take advantage of their generosity starting tonight at 9, and ride the wave of their mellow soul right into the weekend. –Terra James-Jura

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