Month: March 2005

To Dance or Not to Dance…A Girls Perspective

Originally Published: Thursday, May 19, 2005Written by: xx I was standing outside of Sin 13 in San Antonio, Texas chatting it up in between bands when I heard a sudden riff of music. Immediately I tur...

Show Review: The Legacy/ The Fight Back

Originally Published: Friday March 18, 2005Written by: ThisTimeAround For those outside the UK who haven’t heard The Legacy, they are a five-piece, straight edge, melodic hardcore band (think Turning ...

Interview: Independent Punk and Hardcore Labels

Originally Published: Thursday, March 17, 2005 Compiled by Sarah De Borre with help from Geoff Silverman I spoke to two amazing people today, both whom inspired me, both whom made me think and feel so...

Interview: Freddy Madball

Originally Published: Wednesday, March 16, 2005Written by: Sarah De Borre Before their second tour of Australia, Sarah De Borre catches up with Freddy Madball…“The good thing about Madball is they hav...

Interview: Rise Against

Originally Published: Wednesday, March 16, 2005Written by: Sarah De Borre Sarah De Borre chats with Rise Against front man, Tim Mc Ilrath.Twenty six year old Rise Against front-man, Tim Mc Ilrath grew...

Girl vs. Girl- To conform or not to bother

Originally Published: Tuesday, March 15, 2005Written by: Becky  get up in the morning, a task in itself, and if I go out, I might put a little effort into wiping the sleep out of my eyes and grimace/t...

They don’t drink, smoke or do drugs, but they rock out hardcore. Who the hell are they?

This article is from an Australian Magazine called Dolly. It’s the same as like YM, Cosmogirl that kinda shit in the states. March 15, 2005 “They don’t drink, smoke or do drugs, but ...

Interview: Ian MacKaye

Originally Published: Tuesday, March 15, 2005Written by: Sarah De Borre  In between packing for a tour with the Evens and answering fan mail, Ian took time out to inspire hardcore girl Sarah De Borre ...

Scene Report: Oakland, C.A.

Originally Published: Sunday, March 13, 2005Written by: Cristina Rivas The Bay Area has its advantages when it comes to music. Along with the diverse culture comes the variety of music. The bands rang...

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