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  1. March 18, 2020 — Mapache
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    Rising folk rockers Mapache give an in-depth look at their latest release, 'From Liberty Street,' plus we #THROWBACK to 1992 to our Q&A with hiphop icon Ice Cube, and so much more! Learn More
  2. March 4, 2020 — Todd Snider
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    New issue with Todd Snider + Mr. Elevator + Hot Rocks featuring reviews of Pet Shop Boys, Guided by Voices, and more, plus live previews of The Jayhawks and The Terrapin Family Band, and more from Chicago Farmer, Exhorder, as well as photo spreads of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at the Capitol Theatre and The Wood Brothers at Webster Hall! Learn More
  3. January 8, 2020 — Marcus King
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    AQ Hits the road with Marcus King in advance of his first solo release, "El Dorado,' and the Rockit Academy holds its annual talent show! Learn More
  4. October 16, 2019 — Charli XCX
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    Charli XCX discusses her rise to dream-pop superstardom, and Altin Gun chat about their fresh and fab Turkish folk-funk. Learn More
  5. September 18, 2019 — Devendra Banhart
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    Devendra Banhart chats about the maternal themes of his new work, 'Ma,' and Marisa Dabice of Mannequin Pussy explains why music is the perfect outlet for storming emotions. Also, Sea.Hear.Now co-founder famed photographer Danny Clinch talks about the fest's green footprint. Learn More
  6. July 17, 2019 — 311
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    Singer Nick Hexum discusses 311's latest voyage, while Dallon Weekes talks about going back to the future with I DONT KNOW HOW BUY THEY FOUND ME. Plus more with August Burns Red, Blink-182, METZ, Tacocat, Silverstein, and the Rolling Stones! Learn More
  7. May 22, 2019 — Life of Agony
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    This week’s issue of The Aquarian features an exclusive preview of Life of Agony’s forthcoming LP, ‘The Sound of Scars!’ We spoke with Alan Robert, Joey Z., Mina Caputo, and Veronica Bellino about their upcoming concept album, due this fall from Napalm Records, which is a sequel to their groundbreaking debut ‘River Runs Red.’ You don’t want to miss this all-access look into what is easily the most anticipated album of 2019! Learn More

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