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Travis Marmon

Travis Marmon recently moved to Chicago from the Detroit suburb of Clarkston, Michigan. He attended the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio, where he was Sports Editor and then Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper, The Wooster Voice. Travis has also contributed to print and online publications such as The Oakland Press, The Good Men Project, Detroit143, Imagine Sports Media and Alternative Press. He spends his spare time playing bass and getting mad about the Detroit Lions.

Travis’ Posts

Better Call Saul TV / Reviews
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Top 10 TV Episodes of 2015

Travis Marmon lists his favorite television moments from a packed 2015.

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[RH Interview] GWAR at Riot Fest 2015 Music / Interviews
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[RH Interview] GWAR at Riot Fest 2015

An interview with GWAR singer Blothar and rhythm guitarist BalSac, the Jaws of Death

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Photo of Battlebots Logo TV / Editorials
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Pure Mechanized Carnage: The Return of BattleBots

Why you should be watching BattleBots in its return to ABC and hoping for more in the future.

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Album art for Faith No More's Music / Editorials
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Second Quarter 2015 Album Round-up

The albums you need to know from April - June 2015, plus a round-up of other releases.

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Bully's Music / Reviews
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[Review] Bully: “Feels Like”

Nashville indie/punk band Bully's debut album, "Feels Like," proves they're a band worthy of your attention.

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Silicon Valley TV / Editorials
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In Praise of Creative Vulgarity on TV

Swearing on television is now better and more effective than ever. It's time to embrace it as a comic tool.

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Ulcerate Music / Editorials
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30 Years, 30 Death Metal Albums: 2005-2014

The final installment of the 30 Years, 30 Death Metal Albums series shows the most essential albums of the last decade from 2005 - 2014.

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Obscura Music / Editorials
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30 Years, 30 Death Metal Albums: 1995-2004

Part II of a list of 30 essential death metal albums to celebrate the genre's 30th anniversary.

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