Articles by: Shane Handler

The Daybreaks Shine Lustrously With ‘Find Me at The End of the World’ LP (INTERVIEW)

The Daybreaks are a Nashville-based indie band that takes the electric nuances of Blondie and Garbage and adding a modern flair of poignancy. Fonded in 2015 by Kaleb Jones, Heather Bond and Bobby Holland, later ...

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The Magpie Salute Goes Bigger & Bolder – A Conversation With Vocalist John Hogg (INTERVIEW)

Although Rich Robinson is best known as the former co-founder and guitarist of The Black Crowes, he’s been more prolific as a solo artist the past 15 years (four solo albums), versus the two original ...

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The Record Company Find Their Power Trio Niche (INTERVIEW)

Having just opened an arena tour for John Mayer, The Record Company have been playing to their biggest audiences EVER. Consisting of Chris Vos (guitar, lead vocals), Alex Stiff (bass, backing vocals), and Mark Cazorla ...

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Brian Wilson Brings Pet Sounds In The Round at Phoenix’s Celebrity Theatre (SHOW REVIEW)

There aren’t many left of them thats for sure. That being artists like Brian Wilson; those who have suffered numerous close calls but still manage to persevere. With the recent passing of Gregg Allman it ...

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Wire Plays Whatever They Want (Mostly New) at Phoenix’s Crescent Ballroom (SHOW REVIEW)

In a perfect world, Wire should need no introduction. But as punk’s defining cult band, they certainly have never received the widespread notoriety and acclaimed they are due. Perhaps it’s because they’ve essentially become three ...

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McDowell Mountain Music Festival Makes For Perfect Surroundings… Again (SHOW REVIEW)

The McDowell Mountain Music Festival has come a long way in its 14 years. What was primarily a roots and jam festival early on has now blossomed into a mini Bonnaroo of sorts with three ...

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Sarah Bethe Nelson Shares Formula Behind Stellar New LP ‘Oh, Evolution’ (INTERVIEW)

Most avid music listeners will have this recurring dilemma. An artist playing sounds so familiar that one can’t quite fathom if and when those ears had even heard it prior. That Sarah Bethe Nelson sounds ...

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Lotus Kicks Off Winter Tour With Aplomb (INTERVIEW)

Going on 18 Years, Lotus has evolved with more proficiency than most bands within the instrumental improvisational scene. Most importantly, the band has gradually built its fan base strong,  where today its live shows continue ...

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Exclusive Stream: Donnie Biggins’ Under the Radar Classic ‘Profiles’ (INTERVIEW)

Donnie Biggins, leader of Chicago’s The Shams Band and owner/promoter/head of Tonic Room, Harmonica Dunn and the annual Dunn Dunn Fest, will be dropping his solo debut, Profiles, on Tuesday, Nov 29. He will be celebrating the ...

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Bruce Hornsby Plays Tribute To Leon Russell & Rouses On Piano Via Solo Arizona Performance (SHOW REVIEW)

“If people see me as the godfather of indie rock, than I’m ok with that: clearly I’m not,” said a self deprecating Bruce Hornsby midway through his solo performance on Friday November 18th at the ...

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