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2014 in Review: High-lights, dude!

Kosha Dillz

Just when you thought there wasn't any more white boy hip-hop (no offense), here comes Kosha DIllz, a New Jersey-bred emcee who says he's "an artist who loves Jewish Israel zionistic hip-hop-esque, cool hipster-atious, bodacious moving beats and shows at cruddy bars with soon-to-be superstars." Whatever that means, Kosha Dillz is on a mission to execute his witty rhymes to anyone who will listen. He already has...

Touche Amore

Admit it, a lot of us are punk rock snobs. We consider The Clash, Exploited, The Sex Pistols and even Bad Religion the definition of punk, not these bubble gum pop-punk bands like Blink-182 or Green Day. Sadly, the younger generations are going to need one hell of an education to undo the damage MTV has done. Touche Amore is somewhere in the middle. The California-based post-hardcore quintet got together in 2007...

The Appleseed Cast

A few miles away in Lawrence, Kansas, there is a bubbling music scene--and there always has been. Since 1999, The Appleseed Cast has had a strong presence in Lawrence, planting their experimental brand of indie-rock firmly in the soil. Comprised of  singer/guitarist Chris Crisci, guitarist Aaron Pillar, bassist Nathan Whitman and drummer John Momberg, the band is primarily a guitar-driven, instrumental band....

An Evening With Corey Taylor

It can happen at any moment in life. You’re heading in one direction and all of a sudden you do a 180 degree turn. Most often, there is a defining moment where everything clearly changed. That moment for Slipknot’s Corey Taylor was when the band lost bassist Paul Gray to an accidental overdose. The Des Moines native told Revolver magazine, “Slipknot just doesn’t make sense without Paul Gray.” This, of course,...

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Designer Spotlight: Eliana Smith

Drawing inspiration from Jacqueline Kennedy’s trip to India in 1962, designer Eliana Smith’s upcoming runway show will take spectators on a dazzling expedition worthy of a modern-day first lady.

“My last collection was inspired by 1940’s Argentina and I wanted to move on and take this collection into the very early 1960’s, specifically the era just prior to the Mod movement,”...

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