A Singular Breed: Three Legged Fox
Oct28

A Singular Breed: Three Legged Fox

By: Marco Alvarez Hailing from Philadelphia, alternative rock/reggae band Three Legged Fox has just recently released their third and long-anticipated album, Always Anyway. August 16th saw the unveiling of 12 completely new tracks that address a wide range of both personal and social subjects, from love and relationships all the way to the 2008 Wall Street bailout and the 2010 Haiti earthquake. After 2 years of writing and producing...

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Thousand Watt Stare

By: Pamela Jayne You all know him as the badass bassist from Unwritten Law, Sprung Monkey, Black President, and now Thousand Watt Stare. On the night we caught up with Pat Kim, he was deep into his other latest gig as a tattoo artist at Adora Tattoo Studio in San Diego. Talk about coming full circle, he was blasting some ink on NUG Magazine’s very own Chronisseur, a design that was actually a Pat Kim original from nearly 20 years...

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The Importance of Music in the Cannabis Movement and Why We Feel the Need to Explain…


By: M.J. Smith So, we have received a few comments recently that we are wasting our voices, time, and efforts by covering music in NUG Magazine. Apparently, some people do not like the music, arts, and other mainstream events that bring a “culture” crowd to the cannabis movement. These people believe that we should be a medical marijuana magazine that only focuses on activism and news and represents only those who agree with the...

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How’d The Show Go?  Buck-O-Nine and The Aggrolites
Sep28

How’d The Show Go? Buck-O-Nine and The Aggrolites

By: SD Liz Buck-O-Nine and The Aggrolites played at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, CA. It was Friday night and a show like this deserves a toast of some type of drink. Buck-O-Nine is a legendary ska/punk band from San Diego who played in the mid-‘90s when the original Sublime was hitting up Southern Cali’s music scene too. And The Aggrolites are well-known for their “dirty reggae.” The crowd for this show, which took...

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CATHOUSE THURSDAY

Article By: Robert Stinson / Photos By: Jennifer Martinez If Jessie James were still alive, he would be playing Cathouse Thursday on his iPod. This group of self-professed outlaws of alt. country/rock has sloughed off the trappings of contrived Nashville jingles in lieu of a more original sound, steeped in Americana with a tongue in cheek sensibility. Steered by veteran musician Will Farber, Cathouse Thursday has continued to delight...

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