Buzzgrinder

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Buzzgrinder.com was one of the longest-running MP3 blogs online. It was started in July 2001 in eastern Pennsylvania[1] and is now based in Louisville, KY.[2]

Notable stories[edit]

In addition to offering "music news + useless opinion" for nearly a decade,[3] Buzzgrinder has broken several heavily-reported stories over the years, including Jim Ward's refusal to do an At the Drive-in reunion,[4] rumors of Ted Leo's retirement,[5] Across Five Aprils' album leak hoax,[6] and the confirmation of Guided by Voices' 2010 reunion tour,[7] among others.

Concert promotion[edit]

Buzzgrinder has also promoted several concerts with notable acts such as Rival Schools, Matt and Kim, Deftones, High on Fire, Torche, mewithoutYou, J Mascis' Sweet Apple, J Roddy Walston and the Business, and The Henry Clay People.

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