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Duration: 15min 17sec Views: 1893 Submitted: 21.08.2021
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By Adam Yoe 1. Ostensibly an Instagram account, the Virginia collective of Jack Cooper, Dakota Hollandsworth, and Noah Trout, are responsible for cultivating an an online presence that I hereby dub an essential follow for hardcore fans. Managing to keep tabs on what feels like literally every release of the year, Jack Cooper of What It Takes was kind enough to indulge me some questions, lest I continue to sit here in slack-jawed awe of their work ethic. They are exceedingly warm, kind, and, perhaps most importantly; widening the door for new folks and expanding the collective palate for the rest of us already here. What It Takes is a hardcore blog intent on providing an equitable platform to expose people in the scene who are devoted to the core to bands from all across the globe. The amount of work that must go into something so exhaustive and completist in nature must be mind-boggling.

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