VIDEO PREMIERE: Jesse Kinch Delivers High-Octane Rock and Roll From the Rooftop With “Preaching Like The Pope”

Since he was 8 years old, singer-songwriter and guitarist Jesse Kinch has held down a regular presence within the NYC and Long Island club scene. Now at the age of 23 he has managed to ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Don Gallardo Goes For Classic Country Sound With Twangy Ballad “The Losing Kind”

From the foot of Mount Tamalpais, just north of San Francisco and east of the Pacific shore, to East Nashville’s stubbornly independent community of young artists and musicians, singer-songwriter Don Gallardo’s path has always steered ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Book Club Conjures Formidable Indie Folk On “It Takes a Thief” off Upcoming LP ‘Dust of Morning’

While Book Club’s lineup has changed and expanded over the years, founding frontman, guitarist, singer and songwriter Robbie Horlick’s vision has remained the driving force. His laidback voice, emotive and winsome, alternately evokes a shimmery pastoral beauty ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Peelander-Z Put the Pedal to the Rock and Roll With “Bike Bike Bike”

Peelander-Z, the Japanese Action Comic Punk Band based in NYC, was originally formed in 1998 by Peelander-Yellow, Peelander-Red, and Peelander-Blue, after meeting in New York City (although they’ll tell you they’re all from the Z ...

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FULL EP PREMIERE: Col. Bruce Hampton Pupil AJ Ghent Rages On All Six Strings With ‘The Neo Blues Project’

AJ Ghent’s newest creation, The Neo Bues Project is a 6-song EP set for release on March 16, 2018, on Ropedope Records. AJ aims to create an unforgettable experience for music lovers, with the hopes ...

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SONG PREMIERE: The Bonnevilles Go For Haunting Blues-Folk Sound With “The Rebels Shrug”

Northern Ireland rockers The Bonnevilles are renowned for both their incendiary live shows and soulful song-writing skills. Their music is full of heart, smart, and always fun. On Dirty Photographs their second studio album for Alive ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Birch Pereira & The Gin Joints Tackle “St. James Infirmary” With Jazzy Rockabilly Fervor

For being such a notoriously dark and dreary city, Seattle puts out some remarkably upbeat music. Mid-century Seattle was responsible for Ray Charles’ first recording, Loretta Lynn’s rise to fame, and even—for reasons completely unknown—the ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: The Incredible Vickers Brothers Return With Power Pop ‘Torch Songs for Swingers’

When you’ve played in as many bands and performed as many different styles of music as California native Robert Vickers has, there’s bound to be some confusion along the way. Somewhere down the line he ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Ian Moore Lampoons Entitled Kids With Psyched Out, Punk-Infused Rocker “You Gotta Know”

Seattle-based, Austin, TX-born guitar player, singer and songwriter Ian Moore makes the proverbial renaissance man look lazy. His new album Toronto, out May 25 on Last Chance Records in the US and on Rough Trade in ...

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SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: Carry Illinois Pen Note Perfect Confessional Anthem “Runaway”

There’s no way to know what’s next when you lose a loved one. The most important, but also most challenging, thing you can do is keep on living. For Austin by way of Illinois singer/songwriter ...

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