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Album Review: 3 Pill Morning – Never Look Back

NLB_CoverMinneapolis is such an underrated city for music, even with the likes of Prince as a beacon for that city. Husker Du, The Replacements, and Soul Asylum all call The Twin Cities home as well. It’s a great place for a particular brand of rock music to thrive and new music from 3 Pill Morning is no different. Never Look Back is the band’s follow up to their 2012 debut Top 100 Black Tie Love Affair and continues to highlight the band’s melodic, but heavy, sound.

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Album Review: The Departure – Gateways

2Pop-punk has always been a thing right? It didn’t start with Green Day or Blink 182. Try not to dance to The Sex Pistols, “Anarchy In the UK”, and The Clash’s “Rudy Can’t Fail”, or anything by Husker Du. It really goes back to the likes of the Kinks, who are super underrated as a proto-punk band. But in reality, who doesn’t want to dance while throwing snarky, pouty faces at endearing fans wearing safety pins in their nostrils.

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