In This Week's Paper: Maps & Atlases, Vera's Drinkers, Snoop's Children, and Oly Punks

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In This Week's Paper: Maps & Atlases, Vera's Drinkers, Snoop's Children, and Oly Punks

  • In This Week's Paper: Maps & Atlases, Vera's Drinkers, Snoop's Children, and Oly Punks

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    Drew Reynolds
    Barsuk's Maps & Atlases
    And when I say "paper," I am, of course, talking about the dead tree edition you'll find on the street corner, and the articles and features we've got right over here. Here's what we've got for you this week:

    -- Short Division: Math rockers Maps & Atlases meet their indie-pop audiences halfway.

    -- Q&A With Vera Project's Nick Turner, which Reverb readers got an early look at yesterday. "We don't want Vera to turn into some giant, corporate-branded behemoth."

    -- Pussy Galore: Why THEESatisfaction is satisfied with "Bitches Ain't Shit": "This is another perspective of the black experience." Plus Seattle MCs P Smoov, D. Black, and Grynch reflect on the works of Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube.

    -- Rocket Queen: Olympia punks come back together to help one of their own.

    -- The Short List: Musings on notobable shows in town this week, from Neil Young to Yelawolf.

     
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