This Little Underground

Orlando Weekly | June 12, 2008
With the country’s political scene all astir right now, activism is on tap everywhere. Being a mirror of culture, the music community is likewise alive with dissent, particularly musician Max Bernstein. The son of Carl Bernstein (one of the two journalists who exposed the Watergate scandal) and former frontman for pop-punk act the Actual, he has dedicated himself to political commentary through his current band Max and the Marginalized.

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