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Hangout Fest ’15: The Preservation Society

Hangout Fest ’15: The Preservation Society

If Hangout Fest were high school, Preservation Hall Jazz Band (PHJB) would be voted Most Popular Band To Collaborate With by the rest of this year’s lineup. For starters, Jim James of My Morning [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Showalter’s Show

Hangout Fest ’15: Showalter’s Show

By Jason Leger Timothy Showalter of Strand of Oaks is not afraid to be frank about his tastes. “I instantly know that I will not get along with someone if they say, ‘Bruce Springsteen is [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Things We Would Have Asked Beck

Hangout Fest ’15: Things We Would Have Asked Beck

We didn’t get to interview Beck this year as part of our Hangout Fest preview coverage. To be honest, it pretty much broke our collective hearts. But we get it. He’s a busy man and we probably [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Staff Picks

Hangout Fest ’15: Staff Picks

“Father John Misty Show at Civic had me wondering if I could drop it like that, and pick it back up... as easily as he does” said Solange Knowles (@saintrecords) via Instagram on April 29. We [...]

Hangout Fest ’15: Beats and Bussing

Hangout Fest ’15: Beats and Bussing

By Hana Frenette Electronic-folk pop duo Sylvan Esso are garnering fans across the world after the release of their single “Coffee” off their debut LP last year. The song references both [...]

Malcolm Thomas’ Latest Headache

Malcolm Thomas’ Latest Headache

Possible Cover Up of Grade Tampering By Rick Outzen Some Newpoint High School teachers pressured to change the grades of seniors became livid. Others broke down in tears. Cheat? It wasn’t [...]

Bush vs. Rubio

Bush vs. Rubio

The Battle for Florida By Rick Outzen Standing before Miami’s Freedom Tower, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced on April 13 his candidacy for president in 2016. He presented himself as a leader [...]

RSD Cheat Sheet

RSD Cheat Sheet

If you’re new to Record Store Day (RSD) or just need a refresher on how it works, here are the basics. RSD started in 2007 and is always celebrated on the third Saturday of April. This year, the [...]

Playing Favorites

Playing Favorites

In honor of Record Store Day, we asked some of the Inweekly team to tell us about their favorite record stores and records in general.  Here’s what they said, to varying degrees of sentimental [...]

RSD Alive and Live Around Town

RSD Alive and Live Around Town

If you’re excited about Record Store Day, you’ll probably be equally excited to find out that there is a lot of live music happening around town on Saturday too. Music and community is what RSD [...]

Can You Dig It?

Can You Dig It?

By Albert Lao Every song needs a producer, every movie needs a score and every party needs a DJ. And I love being that DJ. Don’t let my boyish good looks fool you, I’ve been at it longer [...]

Record Store Day 2015

Record Store Day 2015

We know it’s not an actual holiday (yet), but we really think Record Store Day should be. And it pretty much is around the Inweekly office. In honor of our favorite Saturday, we decided take a [...]

2015 Power List

2015 Power List

Inweekly readers love lists. The Power List is one that has attracted attention the first time we published it in June 2007. Created on an Atlas Oyster House cocktail napkin, the first Power List [...]

Spr-ummer Checklist

Spr-ummer Checklist

Things to see, hear and do all spring and summer long Because it’s hard to tell where spring ends and summer begins here in the #upsideofflorida, we’ve decide to blend them together into one [...]

Punk Rock Doc

Punk Rock Doc

Pensacola's Bob Cross and the Fight Against Ebola By Scott Satterwhite When the first cases of Ebola made news last spring, only a few more than a dozen people from Liberia and Sierra Leone were [...]

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