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Live review: Groezrock 2017 Day 1

Every year, Belgian punk and hardcore festival Groezrock knows how to get a line-up that covers all grounds. Both old timers and new kids on the block are included in the line-up and like other years, acoustic music can also be found if you know where to look. Read our review on the acoustic side of Groezrock below. Continue reading

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Laura Mardon releases One Week Record today

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Laura Mardon, the latest addition to Joey Cape‘s label One Week Records, has her new solo album out today. For more info and to listen to two songs, please read on.

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Download Joey Cape’s One Week Record for FREE!

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Joey Cape‘s own One Week Records is out, and you can download it for free of the label’s website! It seems ‘Caper’ has recorded acoustic covers of four Lagwagon songs and a Bad Astronaut song. For more details, please read on.

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Joey Cape to record new solo album

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Lagwagon vocalist, singer-songwriter and One Week Records founder Joey Cape will be recording his next solo album at his home studio “the Crank Lab” in Southern-California. The recording starts in two weeks, with the help of Scorpios band mate Brian Wahlstrom. Continue reading


2014 in acoustics: artist’s choice

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The year is almost over, and it has been a great year for acoustic music. No, we will not do a flimsy “Top whatever”; we are more interested in what others have been listening to. That is why we asked our colleagues and musicians about their favourites.  Take a look at the choice of Oxygen Thief, Brian Marquis, Emily Barker, The Lion and the Wolf and more.

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Pre-sale Chris Cresswell vinyl on

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The Flatliners frontman Chris Cresswell already put out his One Week Record in May, but the Canadian singer is re-releasing the previously “digital-only” out on vinyl on October 14th through punk label Fat Wreck Chords. The vinyl pre-sale has now started. Continue reading