SONG PREMIERE: Colin Devlin Makes Big Lasting Melodic Impression On Reflective “This Is Where We Are”

At a time when both politics and the planet seem to be spinning out of control, Colin Devlin’s new album High Point takes the sonic high ground. The world has shifted since this Irish singer ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Vanessa Peters Offers Dreamy Indie Pop Reflection With “This Riddle”

There is a level of songwriting depth and maturity that one acquires the old-fashioned way: spending two decades on the road, playing thousands of shows all over the USA and Europe, sleeping on couches and ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Cashavelly Morrison Offers Dark Comment on American Privilege With “Hunger”

Cashavelly Morrison has experienced a lot since the release of her first highly-acclaimed alt-country album, The Kingdom Belongs to a Child, back in 2015. On a personal note, she gave birth to her daughter. On ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Jared & The Mill Tear It Up Via Two Guitar Solo Blazing Version Of”Feels Like” (Live at Crescent Ballroom)

Over the course of the past seven years, Phoenix’s Jared & The Mill has garnered a devoted following, earning them accolades as perhaps the best original band from The Valley of the Sun. The band consists ...

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Lauryn Hill Celebrates 20th Anniversary of ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ in Portland (PHOTOS)

Despite having no opening acts of Nas and Santigold, Lauryn Hill celebrated the 20th anniversary of her groundbreaking album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill in Portland, OR at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum on September 12.

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Gary Clark Jr Brings ‘Cold Blooded’ Set of Songs To Minneapolis’ Surly Festival Field (PHOTOS)

Gary Clark Jr, as always, delivered a fiery set of guitar-centric rock to his fans. This time around he delivered his “Cold Blooded” set list to Surly Festival Field in Minneapolis, MN on 9/8/18. Photos by ...

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Foo Fighters Keep The Rock Flowing in Portland (PHOTOS)

On Monday, September 10 the Foo Fighters brought their world tour to Portland, OR for a rock and roll show at the Moda Center.

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SONG PREMIERE: Mungion Wins Ears With Bustling & Boisterous “Makanda” Off Upcoming New LP ‘Ferris Wheel’s Day Off”

Earlier this summer, Mungion debuted their first proper live release, with Live Fun Vol. 1, but all the while, they’ve been hard at work in the studio recording their second proper album. “We have spent the last ~15 ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: Van Goat Throw Swing, Punk, Ska, and Rock and Roll Into the Pot on Raucous Debut ‘Follow Me Under’

Punk. Swing. Ragtime. Southern jazz. Surf. Van Goat is a band to which you could apply many labels, but none would quite prepare you for what you’re about to hear as you pop on your ...

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FULL ALBUM PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Erik Deutsch Earns Radiant Bandleader/Composer Nods For Diverse ‘Falling Flowers’

Keyboardist Erik Deutsch makes American music, pure and simple. Over the last two decades plus, he’s earned a stellar reputation as a bandleader and collaborator, working with artists like Steven Bernstein, Theo Bleckmann, Rosanne Cash, ...

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