SONG PREMIERE: FACIAL Unleash Barrage of Post-punk Heaviness on “Disappointment”

Facade |fəˈsäd| a false, superficial, or artificial appearance or effect, used to conceal a less pleasant or credible reality. But how long can one accept a lie? On FACIAL’s new record Facade (out September 29 ...

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SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Robbery Inc. Brings Meaty Guitar Riffs & Solos On ‘Skin’

Robb Torres may be best known for his time with the platinum rockers Trapt, but with Robbery Inc., but he’s working on something decidedly more soulful and personal: Robbery Inc. Rounded out by Jonah Wei-Haas ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Reed Turchi’s 11-piece Kudzu Orkestra Funkify the Blues With “Keep On Drinkin'”>”Kudzu Raga”

Reed Turchi has long been a student of the blues, whether exploring the Hill Country sounds of North Mississippi with his electrified band Turchi or taking on staples by the likes of RL Burnside and ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Buffalo Killers Balance Heavy Psychedelic Riffs and Social Commentary on “Need A Changin’”

For over a decade now Ohio heroes the Buffalo Killers have been shredding their way across America with their own brand of psychedelic rock that is as much for the workingman as it is for ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Devin Sinha Brings Colorful Storytelling To “The Waiting” – First Single From New LP ‘Our Fathers Were Lions’

On Our Fathers Were Lions, Seattle, WA songwriter Devin Sinha has grown into the compositional and lyrical force hinted at on 2016’s Our Past and Present Futures. Sinha crafts elegantly structured songs from a carefully ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Trevor Hall Delivers Musical Recharge With ‘The Fruitful Darkness’

Raised on an island in South Carolina, singer/songwriter Trevor Hall realized at a young age that music was more than just a passion – it was, rather, his life’s art. At sixteen, he recorded his ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son Deliver Rock and Roll Slacker Anthem With “Another Deadbeat Summer”

Asbury Park, New Jersey is perhaps best known in the music world as the town that helped birth the career of Bruce Springsteen, and though the glory days when The Boss and fellow rockers like Southside ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: The Man From Managra Offers Soaring and Soulful Folk-Rock With “Sipping On Sorrow”

The Man From Managra is the Athens-based alternative folk project of Greek musician, composer, sound engineer and music producer Coti K. He began his career in the mid-80s and he has played with various bands ...

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SONG PREMIERE: TJ Kong & The Atomic Bomb’s Explore Joyous Unhinged Piano Rock on “John Wilkes Booth”

If you’ve followed Glide Magazine in recent years you might know that one of our absolute favorite bands is a South Philly outfit by the name of Low Cut Connie. The group are passionate purveyors of piano ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Canyon City Offers Folksy Triumph With “Find You”

Mixing his indie-folk roots with pop hooks and sparse, airy production, Nashville-based songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Paul Johnson releases Constellation on 10/6/17, his second LP as Canyon City. The record arrives one year after Canyon City’s debut, Midnight Waves, a ...

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