FULL ALBUM PREMIERE: Dangermuffin Share Majestic New LP ‘Heritage’

Charleston, SC’s Dangermuffin will be releasing their sixth studio album Heritage this Friday, March 31st, 2017. Themes of sea, sun, and spiritual connection weave through the eight-track release combining a cohesive blend of Alt-Americana, Island grooves, Folk and Jam. ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Walking Bombs Exude Hypnotic Psych-Folk On “Even When It Hurts”

Walking Bombs is the Woodstock, NY-based project of singer and 20+ year music journalist Morgan Y. Evans (Metal Riot, Pop Matters, etc.). Along with frequent collaborator Jay Andersen of grunge band Surmiser and many other ...

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Lumerians, The Kills, Teenage Fanclub, Black Mountain, Cat Power Light Up Starry Nites Festival (PHOTOS)

The Starry Nites Music Festival took place  Live Oak Campground in Santa Barbara on March 18th and 19th. The two-day event was nestled atop a hill with four stages and 37 acts and featured local acts ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Ron Pope Magnificently Takes On Aretha Franklin’s “Baby, I Love You”

Nashville-based independent artist Ron Pope will release his latest studio album, Work, August 18 on his own Brooklyn Basement Records. The release follows last year’s critically acclaimed Ron Pope & The Nighthawks. Most recently, Pope most ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Cedar Teeth Embrace Bluegrass Ballad and Rock In “Winter”

Hailing from the Cascade foothills that form a clear-cut divide between Portland and its surrounding wilderness, the five members of genre bending roots troupe Cedar Teeth have been storytelling together since 2009. The band draws ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Great American Canyon Band Offer Dreamy Take On “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”

Paul and Kris Masson have always known one another. In their early lives, when they felt unfamiliar to themselves, it was the idea of the other that led them forward. And on the night they ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Edward Herda Unfolds Subconscious Gem “Roger Maris”

Edward Herda has been a causal musician his whole life, but in 2011 decided to make a run at it. Leading up to that was the loss of a woman he was going to marry ...

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ALO Deliver Sunshiny Vibes at Portland Tour d’Amour Closer (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

ALO’s 11th annual Tour d’Amour made its final stop at Portland, Oregon’s Wonder Ballroom on Saturday night. After a winter that was exceptionally cloudy and wet, including the wettest February on record, the good people ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Michigan Americana Artist Ed Dupas Lands “Too Big To Fail”

Americana singer-songwriter Ed Dupas’ lived-in melodies unwind with reflective lyrics and speak to the current state of the human condition, soothing where possible, agitating where necessary, and seeking change where appropriate. Crafted from the heart, ...

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SXSW 2017 In Photos: Weezer, Margo Price, Benjamin Booker and More

The 31st annual South By Southwest Festival and Conference took place March 10-19 in Austin, Texas. The music portion of the festival featured over 1,000 artists and bands. Photos by Maggie Boyd. Check out our ...

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