So it Goes
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So it Goes


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"Flagpole Review"

With the self-proclaimed "fastest drummer in Georgia's punk scene," So It Goes infuses unique melodies and harmony in its punk rock sound - adding elements of Spanish rock, folk and ska. All that, plus socially conscious lyrics that can inspire change as much as the music inspires dancing. The group started in Atlanta earlier this year, but since then three out of four members have relocated to Athens. "I have always loved Athens and always wanted to move there," says Brown who transfered to UGA as a sociology major. "I have always been interested in music and sociology, so that is probably why I play in a punk rock band that sings about social issues." Also interesting to note, the band's name (although the expression is broad enough to come from just about anywhere) was pulled from Kurt Vonnegut's novel Slaughter House-Five.

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Michelle Gilzenrat

originally published December 3, 2008 - Flagpole


"Self-Titled" (6 song EP) 2009
"Long Road Home" (5 song EP) 2008.

So it Goes has been played on Athens radio stations such as WUOG 90.5fm and the Boiling Point.



Formed in Atlanta in June 2008 and re-located to Athens in December, So it Goes has been steadily gaining ground in the Georgia punk scene. Playing a unique brand of melodic hardcore punk with an ethnically diverse line-up (featuring 2 Hispanics, a Jew, and a WASP), So it Goes incorporates Spanish rock, folk, and ska into its sound. In a scene that mostly features drink punk bands, So it Goes plays music with socially conscious lyrics and hopes to keep alive the tradition of progressive activism in punk music.

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