• Issue of
  • Apr 16-22, 2019
  • Vol. 37, No. 16

News & Features

  • The 2019 Music Issue
  • Cover Story
  • The 2019 Music Issue

    A snapshot of some producers, punk rockers and hip-hoppers (plus an attorney) who help shape and support Richmond’s diverse music scene.

Arts & Events

  • Bunch of Sickos
  • Music
  • Bunch of Sickos

    Trash punkers Sick Bags found a way to get grittier and slimier — minus the booze.
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  • Behind the Counter
  • Music
  • Behind the Counter

    With a new concert video series, Brewer’s Sessions, a Manchester cafe highlights Richmond’s growing musical diversity.
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  • In Bloom
  • Music
  • In Bloom

    Small-town singer Landon Elliott shares how Richmond opened up his world.
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  • Water Songs
  • Music
  • Water Songs

    Richmond artists join a statewide environmental collective to create an anthem for the No Pipeline movement.
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  • Man with a Plan
  • Music
  • Man with a Plan

    With the RVA Rap Elite series, rapper Radio B is bringing Richmond’s diverse hip-hop community together.
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  • Spacebomb 3.0
  • Music
  • Spacebomb 3.0

    A look inside Richmond’s premiere integrated music company that offers a label, publishing, production and management.
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  • Harmonic Changes
  • Music
  • Harmonic Changes

    No longer living in Richmond, singer Natalie Prass talks about her next steps before returning for a show at the renovated Ashland Theatre.
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  • Know Your Band
  • Music
  • Know Your Band

    Lawyer Justin Laughter helps Richmond bands navigate a cruel world of legal pitfalls.
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