VIDEO PREMIERE: Couch Jackets Stir Up The Beats & Measures On Candid ‘Don’t Think Just Breathe’

Couch Jackets sounds like an alligator’s eating us,” reads the explanatory note on the Little Rock, Arkansas quartet’s Bandcamp page. Fans of the band have become accustomed to this sort of irreverence – these are ...

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SONG PREMIERE: the black watch Invokes Brooding Pop Sound With ​”Legerdemain”

Having written and released fifteen albums of sparkling, literate, jangly-distorted indie rock since his band the black watch’s inception in 1987 (as well as four works of comedic literary fiction and one book on the ...

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Foo Fighters and The Struts Bring Guitar-Centric Double Header to Camden (PHOTOS)

Foo Fighters and The Struts rocked out the BB&T Pavillion in Camden, NJ on 7/7/18 in a guitar-centric doubleheader. Along with their array of hits, Foo Fighters delivered covers by Queen, Alice Cooper, Van Halen and ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Folk Singer Joe Kaplow Searches For Sense of Home With “I Said I Was Going And I Went”

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Some songs begin with the simplest, most fleeting of sentiments. In this case, Joe Kaplow realized how much he missed the sensation of using a knob to open a door. The new single from the Santa ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Heart Hunters Ring Melodic Reflection With “A Thousand Lifetimes”

Heart Hunters’ Drew de Man founded his first band, No River City, in 2001 and spent the next several years making records, touring the country and sharing bills with artists such as Iron & Wine, Calexico ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Mary-Elaine Jenkins Captures Vocal Splendor Via “The Americans”

Mary-Elaine Jenkins is a 13th-generation South Carolinian; a member of a large, old, Southern family that could probably be considered a matriarchy. A product of her upbringing by a strong single mother amidst the canopy of ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Deep Gold Conjures Gravelly, Gothic Americana Sound With “The Hellhounds”

Deep Gold’s is an instantly identifiable voice. The Maine-based singer-songwriter is a dark and sultry crooner, quietly grinding the vocal gears a la Leonard Cohen on “Everybody Knows” or Bob Dylan circa Time Out of ...

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Chaka Khan Brings Timeless Soul To Minnesota Zoo (PHOTOS)

Chaka Khan brought her timeless soul to the Minnesota Zoo on June 28th, 2018. Most recently Chaka teamed with Major Lazer producer Switch for her new song “Like Sugar,” the Queen of Funk’s first track ...

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The Pixies and Weezer Rock Out the Hits in Austin (PHOTOS)

On Saturday, June 30 Weezer and the Pixies brought the glory of alt-rock to the Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, Texas. The Wombats opened.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: George Hadfield Takes Listeners On Synth Voyage Via “Treadmill”

Minneapolis based songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist George Hadfield released his new album Brenda on June 8th: a futuristic throwback of mid-tempo meditations. Taking Hadfield’s groove-based synth-pop sound into funkier landscapes, the songs explore love, addiction, ...

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