VIDEO PREMIERE: Ryan Martin Uses Heartfelt Americana to Reflect on His Surroundings With “New England Song”

Originally from Los Gatos, California, singer-songwriter Ryan Martin started writing songs when he was 14 and was soon playing in bands and doing solo gigs up and down the West Coast. After a traumatic car ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: The Young Mothers Dish Out Innovative Hip-Hop Jazz Sound With ‘Morose’

What happens when a group of monstrously talented musicians get together and throw a bunch of seemingly random musical styles into one pot? In the case of The Young Mothers, a juggernaut of a collective ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Colin Macleod Sets His Travels to a Psych-folk Sound With”Dream”

A farmer from the Isle of Lewis makes a debut album with the intensity of Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness On The Edge Of Town. It may seem surprising, but Colin Macleod’s influences are the same as ...

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FULL ALBUM PREMIERE: The Mallett Brothers Band Score Big With Celebratory ‘Vive L’Acadie!’

Buried deep underneath blankets of wooly southern rock, gritty songwriting and soaring odes to lost love, The Mallett Brothers are entrenched in the dense forests, majestic mountains and icy beaches of their Maine homeland. Their ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Brownout Offer Inside Look At Public Enemy-inspired LP ‘Fear of a Brown Planet’

Twenty-eight years ago, pissed-off twelve-year-olds around the universe discovered a new planet, a Black Planet. Public Enemy’s aggressive, Benihana beats and incendiary lyrics instilled fear among parents and teachers everywhere, even in the border town ...

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SONG PREMIERE: I See Hawks in L.A. Return With Slow Burning Southern Rocker “White Cross”

I See Hawks in L.A.soared relatively trouble free for the first decade of their existence, but in 2018 they’re emerging from a string of confrontations with mortality, life choices, and the slow leakage of youthful ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Dangermaker’s Adam Brookes Embarks On Solo Effort With Electro-Dance Tune “All I Got Is You”

The new solo project Dangermaker’s prolific frontman, Adam Brookes, may come as a surprise to fans of his previous work. Born in Los Angeles, California, Brookes began seriously writing and recording music around 1999 in ...

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The March Divide Brings Burst of Pop Goodness With “I Don’t Care” (SONG PREMIERE/INTERVIEW)

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You think we’d know Jared Putnam by now. Over the course of three “impressively hooky” (American Songwriter) albums, five “completely clever” (Performer Magazine) EPs, numerous singles, and a batch of cover songs in a mere ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: The Cowboy Junkies Offer Blunt Commentary on Fear With “The Things We Do To Each Other”

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Sometimes revolutions begin quietly. In 1988, Cowboy Junkies proved that there was an audience waiting for something quiet, beautiful and reflective. The Trinity Session was like a whisper that cut through the noise – and ...

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ALBUM PREMIERE: Johnny Conqueroo Deliver Energetic Garage Rock on New EP ‘Haint Blue’

Formed when its members – Grant Curless, Wils Quinn, and Shawn Reynolds – were in their freshman year, Johnny Conqueroo’s early EP’s saw them writing long, grungy blues jams, spiraling in and out of swampy ...

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