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FULL ALBUM PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Dopapod’s ‘MEGAGEM’ Is Most Defining Statement Yet

On October 27, Dopapod will release their fifth studio album, MEGAGEM, simultaneously their most focused and thematically ambitious affair to date. The release of MEGAGEM will coincide with a cross-country tour for Dopapod, spreading their blisteringly progressive, good-time grooves and ending with ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Johnny Dango’s “Too Late” Offers Rollicking Animated Americana

Gonzo songwriter Johnny Dango’s music is a confluence of country and rock, with a hefty sense of self-satire. His sound ranges all of tornado alley, from the folky roots of Stillwater to the gospel soul ...

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SONG PREMIERE: KIMOCK’s “Friend Of The Sun”Makes For Cosmic, Poignant, Post Rock Thrill

In 2015, Steve Kimock holed up in a barn/studio for a winter with an engineer and a fair number of acoustic guitars.  The retreat yielded Last Danger of Frost, an introspective and brilliant CD.  He ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Butcher Brown Tap Into Progressive Jazz and Hip-hop Playing “The Healer” at Brooklyn Bowl

A hard-working band in an era where most groups are fleeting assemblages, Butcher Brown’s organic coherence emerges from long collaboration as a group of equals. Dedicated to innovation, informed by a love of the past, ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: The Coronas'”Give Me A Minute” Offers Sweet Idealism

With four double platinum albums, a slew of top ten singles sold out arenas and a legion of devoted fans behind them, The Coronas have earned their title as one of Ireland’s best-loved and hardest ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The Contenders Balance Vocal Harmonies and Honky Tonk on “Hills of Caroline”

Lady luck had introduced singer songwriter Jay Nash and singer and drummer Josh Day in Los Angeles over a decade ago when they bonded over a shared love of The Band, roots music, and a ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Fovea’s “Cost Of” Displays Daring Spin of Jazz & Electronica

An aural kaleidoscope spinning rock, pop, jazz, ambient and psychedelia making for a daring joyride fueled by “real” instruments and chimerical synths, Fovea’s pencil me in is as prickly as it is pleasing. The band members—drawn to ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Robert Francis Balances Mellow Groove With Big Rock Chorus On “Burn Out”

Robert Francis is a multi-instrumentalist, Americana singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. As the youngest member of a music-filled household, Robert benefited from a diverse musical climate thanks to his late pianist/producer father, his songwriting sister ...

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EP PREMIERE: Oginalii Delivers Whirlwind Of Rock’s Densest Colors On ‘The Grey’ EP

Oginalii is a Nashville-based rock band with a dense sound that’s impossible to pin down.  One minute they’re psychedelically lulling you into a druggy head-bob, and the next they’re ripping sludge rock, making you want to throw a ...

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SONG/VIDEO PREMIERE: Bob Bradshaw’s “Call It What You Will” Delivers Quiet Singer-Songwriter Strength

Bob Bradshaw’s seventh album American Echoes (set for release October 20) is a title 25 years in the making. The set a tribute to the time this Irish-born singer/songwriter has spent absorbing the music of his adopted ...

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