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‘We Have No Heroes’: Punk, Hardcore, Positivity In Our Time Of Unrest

There are select moments in history when the entire world is engaged in one singular conversation. We are living in one of those moments.

I showed up at Boontunes, a music venue/record shop in Boonton, NJ on Saturday night November the 12th, 2016, one night after I had engaged in a love rally that marched from Washington Square Park to Trump Tower in New York City. It was just supposed to be another night on the local band circuit, hanging with friends, doing my job as a journalist, and supporting the vinyl release of local hardcore act Hell Mary. What I got was so much more.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: letlive. “Good Mourning, America”

The first single off of letlive.’s upcoming album, If I’m The Devil…, has been unleashed! “Good Mourning, America” puts up a fight against controversial issues like police brutality, race, and what it really means to protest. Check out the music video, and it’s very busy ball of red string, right here!

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