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Full Show Friday: Rage Against The Machine @ E Factory ’96

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Watch a full Rage Against The Machine show from 1996 that just surfaced on YouTube

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Early Rage Against The Machine Video Surfaces on YouTube

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An incredible video featuring one of the first Rage Against The Machine gigs just surfaced

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Bloggy Goodness: Sound Strike Benefit

With the list of musicians taking a stand against Arizona’s recently passed controversial immigration law SB 1070 by participating in The Sound Strike growing, two of the more vocal opponents of this controversial legislation will ...

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Cover Wars Revisited: Killing In The Name

Originally Published February 3rd, 2009 I'm sure your first thought when you got the news that Phish played Killing In The Name at their July 4th tour closer was, "Hey, didn't they do that for ...

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Intermezzo: Examining The Impact of Festivals

Over the past few years we’ve seen an explosion in the number of music festivals across the nation. While the bands that play these festies have made out like gangbusters, what about the local promoters ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: BrownStock

Festivals, they’re fucking everywhere these days, so you’d think we would be opposed to any new festies entering the overcrowded fray. For the most part that’s true, but we’d make one exception upon seeing Dean ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: A Cactus in Costa Rica

Mike Gordon and Bill Kreutzmann will continue their trend of playing in lush tropical locales on January 5th in Costa Rica. Steve Kimock will be busy sailing the seas on Jam Cruise, so the former ...

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Monday’s Hors D’Oeuvres: Deaner’s Pissed

Rounder Records promoted Ween's latest record in typical fashion, sending out preview copies to 100 journalists in the hopes of building buzz. The plan backfired when one of the scribes leaked La Cucharacha onto the ...

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Briefly: Enjoy Your Summer, Jerks

Australia’s toilets may or may not flush counterclockwise, but one thing is certain: While we’re freezing our nips off in January and February, the Aussies and Kiwis will be enjoying the traveling summertime festival known ...

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Vegoose: Rage Against The Slot Machine

The Rage Reunion rolls on: The third-annual Vegoose Festival has announced Rage Against The Machine will co-headline this year’s Halloween weekend in Vegas. The festival’s promoters, Superfly Presents and A.C. Entertainment, have declined to officially ...

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Notes from the ‘Roo: Sit-in Preview

Another communiqué from TJ: “Tom Morello is backstage here, just said he’s probably going to play with Tool tonight. Richard Thompson was awesome.” Let’s hope Mr. Morello’s telling the troof to our intrepid reporter. Stay ...

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Friday’s Leftovers: Smell the Gumbo

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival kicks into high gear today for its second weekend of greatness. And thanks to the AT&T Blueroom webcast, we can share in the fun from far distances. Rod Stewart, Norah Jones and ...

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Mega-Raging Boners for Fans at Coachella

Rage Against the Machine is back. The rap-rock-but-better-than-Kid-Rock’s-brand-of-rap-rock-group reunited for the first time in seven years at this weekend’s universally beloved Coachella festival, and choppy amateur videos from the performance are starting to hit that ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo

Tuesday brought 70-degree weather and sunshine to the New York City area, and I think I’m coming to the conclusion that I hate winter. Spring, on the other hand; that’s my jam. Hopefully the weather ...

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Rock the Bells: Rage & Wu

The recently reunited Rage Against the Machine has added three more dates to its touring schedule. Rage will join the Wu-Tang Clan at the top of the bill of the Rock The Bells hip-hop festival that kicks off ...

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