Whose Streets? Our Streets!

Members of the Richmond-based photography collective, the Wild Bunch, answer our call to share their insights and experiences ahead of Norfolk exhibition. Merriam-Webster defines the word movement in a number of ways, the most apt for our purpose being a series of organized activities working toward an objective, or an organized effort to promote or…

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Redefining the Framework of tyler donavan

Popscure’s Jasmine phoned in Virginia Beach rapper tyler donavan on a rainy, Sunday afternoon to talk about his predestined beginnings as a musician, his thoughts on Virginia’s future in music, and redefining who he is as a person and musician through his latest release, “inhale.” “What you see is getting framed.” Tyler Wright—better known as…

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Discovering How to Be Human with Suburban Living

Ahead of their upcoming show together in Norfolk, Popscure contributor Elliott Malvas took some time out to interview his bestie, Wesley Bunch, founder and bandleader of the Philadelphia dream pop band. Having grown up together in Virginia Beach [a small enough town where everyone who listens to a certain type of music naturally coalesces], Wes…

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LEYA Sheds Light on a Sort of Beauty

The NYC experimental music duo talk community and connections in a thoughtful Q&A with our managing editor, Jasmine Rodriguez right before their debut album release and Norfolk gig this Friday. Described accurately as “transcendental punk”, Marilu Donovan and Adam Markiewicz use detuned harp and violin + vocals respectively to create ethereal sounds that evoke a…

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Gettin Real With Fake

Popscure writer Jerome Spencer sat down with Fake Uzumi to hear how it all came to be. The Fake Uzumi Story, like any good success story, starts with Lil Bow Wow. “That was the coolest shit ever,” Uzumi tells me about Bow Wow, “Just seeing a kid who was rapping about kid stuff that blew…

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