SONG PREMIERE: Hawks & Doves Pen Wholehearted Rocking Tribute “Bulletproof Hearts (for Laura Jane)”

“Bulletproof Hearts (for Laura Jane)”, a chiming tribute to Laura Jane Grace of the punk rock band Against Me!, is the first single from Portland’s Americana rock band Hawks & Doves who will release the ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Tami Neilson Sends Soulful Love Letter to Sharon Jones With “Miss Jones”

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Tami Neilson won’t be staying New Zealand’s secret for much longer. For the past decade, the Canadian-born, New Zealand-based singer/songwriter has been the queen of her adopted homeland’s country and roots music scenes. She picked ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: String Folk Outfit The Tillers Get Down and Dirty With “River Boat Dishwashin’ Song’

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The Tillers have been thumping their own distinctive sound of string band style folk music for a decade, riding it all over the country and across the sea. Four studio albums and one live record ...

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CHVRCHES Share New Songs With Intimate Brooklyn Crowd (PHOTOS)

Scottish pop outfit CHVRCHES celebrated the release of their forthcoming album Love Is Dead with an intimate show at Elsewhere in Bushwick, Brooklyn on Monday, May 21. DJ “The Range” opened.

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David Byrne Brings Freedom of Movements/Tour of the Year To Minneapolis’ Orpheum Theatre (PHOTOS)

David Bryne brought his America Utopia tour of the year that features the freedom of movements in all its musical aspects to the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, MN on 5/17/18. The former Talking Heads frontman ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Romantica Soars With Gothic Folk Rocker “Baby Killed Bobby”


In a premonition of what was to come, Ben Kyle, Romantica’s songwriter and frontman, sang this prescription on Romantica’s 2017 Shadowlands release. He understood his body and mind were being undermined – but he didn’t ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: Cosmos Sunshine Creates Space Rock Classic With ‘Comes With The Fall’

Born Cosmos Sunshine Heidtmann on a commune-like hippie settlement on the Connecticut River, there’s an outpouring of influence behind the music that draws from years of reflection and observation. The settlement was a homestead farm ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Reuben Bidez’s “Something to Say” is a Rabble-rousing Americana Rocker

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Something to Say, the second EP (due out June 22) from forward-thinking folk rocker Reuben Bidez, is an analog album for the digital age. Raw and reflective, it holds a mirror to the machines that ...

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Hall & Oates Deliver the Hits On Their List at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center (PHOTOS)

Hall & Oates proved blue-eyed Philly  soul never gets old as they brought their co-headling tour with Train to St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center on 5/16/18. Photos by Billy Briggs.    

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Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft Rock Central Park (PHOTOS)

Liam Gallagher performed at Central Park SummerStage on May 16, 2018 in New York, New York. He was joined by The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft.

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