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Federico Balducci – The World Forgetting, by the World Forgot

Occasionally patched together as best as melodic white noise can be, yet consistently some of the more progressive-minded songcraft I’ve come across in any genre of music lately, the ambient works of one Federico Balducci in the new album The World Forgetting, by the World Forgot… are...

OG Cuicide’s “Keep it G” (feat. AD)

Muscling up to us with a harshness that is only softened by the occasional appearance of a melodic vocal harmony, OG Cuicide’s “Keep it G” sports a beat that is immediately recognizable as a centerpiece of the song’s intensity. There’s a lot of energy in...

The Nylon Admirals release LP

Whether it be the profound melodic swell of “I Have to Go Now,” the surreal churn of “The Blind Watchmaker” and its boldly colorful piano parts, the vacant haze of the adrenaline in “Superluminal” or the blushing rap revelry in “Oyster,” there’s something to satisfy...

“Death or Liberty” Single/Video by Ocean Hills

They’re only two singles into their official campaign together, but if you ask me, Ocean Hills is already sounding as boss as some of their hotshot peers do in the new track “Death or Liberty,” currently out everywhere quality rock n’ roll is sold and...

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SAVE OUR STAGES ACT WILL ASSIST INDEPENDENT VENUES DURING THE PANDEMIC

The National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) applauds the introduction of the bi-partisan Save Our Stages Act introduced by Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) and Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN). The Save Our Stages Act directly impacts independent venues across the country such as Churchill's, Gramps and many...

Rivers Garcia releases “Santa Cruz” Album

Canadian born Rivers Garcia spent ten years intermittently travelling through the American Southwest and California keeping a journal of poetry and observations throughout his journey. Those jottings form a substantial basis of his album Santa Cruz, a very personal twelve song meditation on human experience and...

Nuke the Soup release intriguing Single-Video

An irreplaceable piece of the harmony that gives Nuke the Soup’s “Oceans and Mountains” its trademark tonality, Mark Davison’s vocal is perhaps the greatest reason to give this all-new single and its life-celebrating video a listen this summer. Davison offers one of his warmest performances...

Shiadanni releases new Single/Video

Inside a decadent palace of surreal indulgences and sinful possibilities, Shiadanni dispenses the lyrics to her new single “Kitty Mama” as though they’re seamlessly coming to her out of thin air. One-part Eyes Wide Shut, another part theatrical ode to the excess of pop music in...

Round Eye delivers some Culture Shock Treatment

Grinding out riffs like they’re going out of style while sporting a heavy-as-bricks vocal volley up front isn’t easy for any band to do these days, but in songs like Culture Shock Treatment’s “Armadillo Man,” punk rockers Round Eye make it sound pretty simple. Guttural...

Dizzy Box Nine is back with new Single/LP

With a band name like Dizzy Box Nine, one imagines a shake-it-up sort of sound. One that keeps you on your toes and throws you for a loop. That might be the case and taking a cue from The Cars’ “Shake It Up”, Los Angeles’...