<i>Exposed</i> program brings Wareham back into the fold as Warhol soundtracker

Exposed program brings Wareham back into the fold as Warhol soundtracker

New program has Tom Verlaine, Eleanor Friedberger and others writing songs for unreleased Warhol films

Boaz has high hopes for his Rostrum Records debut

"It feels like I'm being reintroduced to the game in a whole new manner."

On the Record with Ben Horowitz of The Gaslight Anthem

"For us to be able to play after Against Me! is insane to me. It almost feels disrespectful."

Patrick Joseph keeps his Pittsburgh roots while operating out of Los Angeles

"I think being from Pittsburgh gave me a grounded, down-to-earth personality, and I think that's refreshing to people out here."

Local punks The Bad Genes reunite after 17 years

"We were antagonizing the punk audience, in the same way we as punks had antagonized what we had viewed as a ‘straight' audience."

J Mascis remains delightfully obscure on new album

Newcomers who manage to press beyond the quizzical album covers are rewarded with lyrics that are equally difficult to parse

VIA books big global names but remains committed to developing local talent

Main-stage performances take place Sat., Oct. 4, at Downtown's Union Trust Building


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