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Castle Black Makes A Difference With New Single

Taking a musical stance against the terrors brought upon women around the world, NYC band Castle Black release first single “Sierra” off their upcoming EP the gods that adored you.   Castle Black is a grungy post-punk group, fronted by Leigh Celent, who refuse to be put into a box concerning their creative endeavors. But
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Reverse Family Release Their Eighth Sampler

A huge undertaking started in October 2017 by UK artists Reverse Family. The group is releasing three hundred and sixty-five songs, one per day for a year. Their music is the epitome of low-def DIY punk/noise/electro/post-punk/everything. They just released Reverse Family Sampler 08, the eighth out of twelve. The album is full of influences and
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