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October 22, 2018

Posts by: Robert Duguay

Oroboro invades The News Café on September 30th

Western Massachusetts progressive noise punks Oroboro have been causing a stir in Rhode Island in 2017. Their unique sound has made them the topic of conversation among numerous social circles within the state’s music scene. It also doesn’t hurt that the band’s frontwoman Emily Carter is a Cranston native. On September 30th at the News

Worshipper Headlines Day 1 of Forge Fest at Dusk

This coming weekend at Dusk in Providence, there’s going to be a ginormous festival showcasing some of the best metal and hard rock from around New England. It’s called Forge Fest and the first edition of it is happening on September 22 & 23 with Providence booking entity Brass n’ Ammo and teaming up with

Consider Yourself celebrate release of ‘Flesh Grenade’ at Aurora on September 8th

There’s a sonic art to mastering the abstract. Sound waves bounce off of imaginary boundaries as if they were riding up through a cylinder into an infinite abyss. Providence trio Consider Yourself (formerly known as Two Brothers) exhibit these techniques with a particular style that melds progressive, math and post-rock to unleash musical fury. Their

Downtown Boys Release ‘Cost Of Living’ To The Masses

The state of punk rock in the 2010’s can be taken in numerous directions. It’s a genre that’s ever-changing and consistently accessible while also staying true to taking a stand against what’s wrong in the world. Providence’s Downtown Boys confront various issues in today’s society with their third full-length LP Cost Of Living that’s out

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