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Columns By Bob Makin

Brian Fallon talks about this new solo records, “Sleepwalkers,” his upcoming reunion with The Gaslight Anthem, and his appreciation for his appreciation for New Jersey.... READ ON

Asbury two-piece Yawn Mower return with “Could Eat, Would Sleep,” their fourth EP since 2016, which they’ll celebrate with a 420 show at The Saint. ... READ ON

Influential New Brunswick scenester Chris Pierce plays in five bands; owns a recording/rehearsal studio; books, promotes and does sound at the Court Tavern, and genuinely cares about the New Brunswick music scene. On April 13, Hub City Music Festival will salute him at “An Evening with Volume IV,” an intimate concert in his studio with his and his friends’ bands. ... READ ON

Hub City Stompers return with their “Haters Dozen” LP on the Austin indie Altercation Records, the home to the Asbury Park acts Lost in Society and The Obvious. A slew of Stompers dates will follow.... READ ON








In addition to what’s in the headline, the latest Scene Report includes the Makin Waves 2018 Concert Series, Springsteen Symposium, Asbury Park Music + Film Festival, Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son, ManDancing, LEEDS, Asbury Park Music Foundation, Secret Sound, Mike Montrey Band, Carl Palmer of ELP, The Mylars, Project/Object, Baron Praxis, Jammin’ for Jaclyn, Unlovable, Frankenstein 3000, and Jeff Crespi... READ ON

Jersey Shore-based alt-rock band Just 6 Hours will celebrate the release of their sophomore EP, “Sober,” on April 14 at the Brighton Bar, Long Branch.... READ ON

Founding Monster Magnet mastermind Dave Wyndorf talks about the legendary Red Bank-based band’s 11th album, “Mindfucker,” a look at how the world has gone insane in the age of social media , which bad guys use to lie, while the rest play the fame game or are lulled to sleep with phones in hand. To support the MC5/Stooges-influenced record, Monster Magnet will play Philly, Starland and BK before jetting to Europe to perform for enthusiastic crowds for whom rock still rules.... READ ON

Talk about chutzpah! Asbury Park-based alt-roots rockers Lowlight bravely entitled their new EP “Born to Run.” But Chrissie Hynde and Danny Clinch love them nonetheless, having booked them for an East Coast tour and another stop at Transparent Gallery.... READ ON

Williams Honor, the Jersey Shore’s only modern country duo, are back home for a while after successfully investing in their careers in Nashville with two charting singles. They are recording a follow-up to their independent self-titled album when not playing shows, such as the upcoming Makin Waves 30th Anniversary Party on March 31 at the Wonder Bar.... READ ON

Beloved Red Bank hard rockers Monster Magnet return with one of their most fun commentary albums to date, “Mindfucker,” a covert statement about how we’re all fucked if we don’t put our minds together to make things better. Fueled by the Detroit rock of MC5 and The Stooges, as well as Hawkwind and Kiss, “Mindfucker” will be a trip live at three upcoming area shows.... READ ON


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