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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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A-F Records streams “This Concerns Everyone” compilation

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Pittsburgh punklabel A-F Records is streaming their compilation “This Concerns Everyone“. The album benefits the Right To Heal Campaign, a “joint effort between The Iraq Veterans Against The War, Organization of Women’s Freedom In Iraq and the Federation of Workers Councils and Unions In Iraq”. Listen to the record below the jump. Continue reading


Album Review: The Homeless Gospel Choir – I Used To Be So Young

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Chris #2 of Anti-Flag signed fellow Pittsburgher Derek Zanetti (also known as The Homeless Gospel Choir) after seeing him play a couple of times in his hometown. The same man produced Zanetti’s A-F Records debut “I Used To Be So Young“. And if you thought Anti-Flag could sing protest songs, take a listen to this album. Here’s why: Continue reading


The Homeless Gospel Choir releases video

banner The Homeless Gospel Choir Hailing from Anti-Flag’s hometown Pittsburgh, the newest addition to their label A-F Records is a man performing under the name The Homeless Gospel Choir. Check his newest video “Armageddon” after the jump. Continue reading