What does your jukebox selection say about you?
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Justin Moyer, Edie Sedgwick and Supersystem's Justin Destroyer are all the same person -- sort of.
Left of the Dial: Dispatches From the '80s Underground (Rhino)
Live Series (Self-released)
Fuckin A (Sub Pop)
On his tour, Sage Francis flips Clear Channel the bird.
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists find that just a spoonful of anger helps the medicine go down.
From laptops to insects to wineglasses, j.frede's sonic experiments leave no sound untweaked.
When it comes to the power and passion of punk rock, there's no substitute for Stuntdoubles.
Q and Not U deconstructs the ABCs of punk rhetoric.
Down by Law's Dave Smalley still emits a positive charge.
When it comes to rock and revolution, John Wilkes Booze is loaded.
The Thermals light a fire under indie rock's ass.
After a four-year hiatus, Girls Against Boys is back in the high life again.
Unlike their more commercial pop-punk counterparts, the Gamits are most interested in good old-fashioned rocking.
British punk pioneers the Buzzcocks invade America -- again.
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