SONG PREMIERE: Mike Spine Charges Forward With Political Punk Tune “Meteorite”

Mike Spine is a critically acclaimed Seattle born musician known for his captivating live performances, intelligent songwriting and support of humanitarian issues.For twenty years, Spine bounced between the worlds of folk rock, underground rock and ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: Ellen Starski Lets Her Vocals Shine With Quiet Folk on Solo Debut ‘The Days When Peonies Prayed for the Ants’

During the years leading up to her solo debut, The Days When Peonies Prayed for the Ants, songwriter Ellen Starski explored both her homeland and herself, traveling from the coal country of rural Pennsylvania to ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Patrick Sweany Offers Funky, Swampy Critique on Social Accountability With “No Way No How”

Nashville’s powerhouse vocalist/guitarist Patrick Sweany doesn’t hold back for a split-second on his latest studio album, Ancient Noise, recorded with all-star Grammy Award-winning producer Matt Ross-Spang and out this Friday, May 11 on Nine Mile ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Jordan Galland’s ‘Dangerous Star” Makes For Haunting Grooves & Classic Video Paranoia

Jordan Galland’s latest album New Rebels (out May 18th) inhabits the soft-focus reality between late night and early morning. Squinting at inevitability through a neon haze, the record is languid and world-weary, suffused with a sublime melancholic beauty. ...

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Soccer Mommy Brings Catchy Indie Rock to Brooklyn’s Rough Trade (PHOTOS)

Rising indie rock outfit Soccer Mommy performed at Rough Trade NYC on May 4 in Brooklyn, New York.

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2018 New Orleans Jazz Fest Weekend One in Photos: Rod Stewart, Bonnie Raitt, Sturgill Simpson & More

Photos by Nancy Lasher from weekend one at the 2018 New Orleans Jazz Fest that took place April 27th thru April 29th.

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SONG PREMIERE: GospelbeacH Grasp Sunny Power Pop Sound With “Change of Heart”

The lineage of kaleidoscopic California folk-rock could hardly have meandered into better hands than those of GospelbeacH, the all-star quintet whose members boast resumés longer than a hippie’s hair. At the center of the spinning ...

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Erika Wennerstrom of Heartless Bastards Rocks Portland With Soulful Cosmic Folk (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

For fifteen years Erika Wennerstrom has been the powerful voice and leader of Austin, Texas-based rockers the Heartless Bastards. Recently, she decided to take things in a different direction with her debut solo album, Sweet ...

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The National Reserve Share Twangy Rocker “I’ll Go Blind”, Talk Debut Album ‘Motel La Grange’ (SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW)

For nearly half a decade, The National Reserve has spent its Friday nights lighting it up at a Brooklyn bar, winning over boozers and barflies with epic sets and a remarkable breadth of songcraft and ...

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The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Angels, Ministry and More Trip Out at Austin’s LEVITATION (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Following a last minute cancellation of the festival in 2016 due to weather, Levitation (formerly Austin Psych Fest) took a year off to consider the best way to carry on. This year Levitation returned to ...

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