PREMIERES

SONG PREMIERE: Reuben Bidez’s “Something to Say” is a Rabble-rousing Americana Rocker

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Something to Say, the second EP (due out June 22) from forward-thinking folk rocker Reuben Bidez, is an analog album for the digital age. Raw and reflective, it holds a mirror to the machines that ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Bob Schneider Explores Poppier Musical Terrain With “Sing About Love”

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One of Austin’s most celebrated musicians, Bob Schneider, is set to release his new  album, Blood and Bones – his 7th studio album since his 2001 solo debut Lonelyland – on June  8th via his ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Rising Star Emily Donohue Awes With Explosive “Mistakes” From ‘Melancholia’ (Out 6/1)

On Melancholia (out 6/1), Emily Donohue’s luminous, honeyed voice soars above a bed of ringing, spaciously music that blurs the lines between unabashed pop and electro-tinged indie rock. Donohue, a rising star in the Pacific Northwest, ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Hungry March Band Capture Wild Amalgamation of Sounds With “Running Through with the Sadness”

The Hungry March Band has been performing for over twenty years and is a potpourri of genuine musical talent. In that time the downtown NYC institution has gained a cult following and garnered critical accolades, ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Curse of Lono Combat Murderous Jealousy With Anthemic Rocker “Valentine”

Formed in London in 2015, Curse Of Lono have been making waves in recent years with their deeply cinematic blend of harmony-laden Americana and driving, gothic alt-rock. It’s a sound that owes as much to ...

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SONG PREMIERE: INNER TONGUE Goes For Chilled Out Synth Pop Sound on “2 Seconds”

To say it’s all about the voice would be to underestimate the many strengths of INNER TONGUE’s debut album. It might, however, be understandable, and that’s not just because – gentle, tremulous, expressive and expansive ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: Ike Reilly Mixes Blues, Rock and Much-needed Honesty on ‘Crooked Love’

Since his major label debut, the groundbreaking Salesmen and Racists, Ike Reilly has been making punk/folk/blues influenced rock ’n’ roll records that lean heavily on stories of outsiders with keen details and broad strokes that insinuate a ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Strawberry Mountain Dazzle the Senses With Colorful Psychedelia on “Set Back the Clock”

Strawberry Mountain has had some unusual jam spaces. College dorms. Basements. A studio where they would rehearse between a fencing team’s practice sessions. They’re a DIY band through-and-through, but now they’re getting ready to step ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Cha Wa Keep the Mardi Gras Spirit Alive With Brassy Party Tune “Chapters”

The Crescent City’s explosive ensemble Cha Wa just released their sophomore studio album Spyboy a couple of weeks ago, and it captures them at the top of their game. The album finds the band impeccably blending traditional New ...

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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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