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Year in pictures
| December 24, 2008
WFNX has always been a maverick radio station.
You heard it here first
| December 01, 2008
Springtime for Darwin
There are two stories, and two stories only.
The wars of evolution are louder than ever. What Ben Stein, Bad Religion, and a physics professor from Quincy can tell you about where you came from.
| May 07, 2008
Punks find their inner Americana
Punk might have been swept along, cleaned up, dirtied again, then separated into a million different subgenres created to simplify things when really it only complicated everything.
The altered aesthetic of punks playing folk
| August 31, 2007
Going on sale: August 24, 2007
WFNX Disorientation, Gogol Bordello, Dropkick Murphys, and more.
Breaking news from the ticket trade
GOING ON SALE
| August 21, 2007
But if determination = quality, then Bad Religion are one of the best punk bands in the world.
New Maps of Hell | Epitaph
| August 20, 2007
I almost fell asleep looking at the lineup (Bad Religion and New Found Glory again? Really?).
Previewing the "Lucky 13th"
| August 07, 2007
Not better off dead
Three years ago, London’s Art Brut debuted with a punk-rock song called “Formed a Band.”
Art Brut find their way in the post-punk world
| June 12, 2007
Something for everybody
As that great philosopher Brian Wilson once observed, summer means fun.
This summer, New England’s music calendar offers everything from Neil Sedaka to Lez Zeppelin
| June 11, 2007
Write to life
The Weakerthans’ story-songs are as much poetry as lyrics, the sort that get written only after verses choked by fastidious drama are thrown away.
Greg Graffin and the Weakerthans at the Paradise
| July 17, 2006
On the racks: July 12, 2006
Plus Sao Paulo sextet CSS and Bad Religion's Greg Graffin.
Thom Yorke, Some Girls, Peaches . . .
| July 11, 2006
Religion and shit
If punk is really just folk music, maaaan , then how come so many punks insist on getting back to roots-rock in their old age?
Download new tracks Greg Graffin, the Clipse, and Shit Robot
| May 31, 2006
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