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The History Of Colour TV – Something Like Eternity

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The History Of Colour TV may sound like something you’ll see on a mildly interesting episode of “How It’s Made.” However, it’s not. In this instance, we’re talking about a much more ambiguous and non-linear subject. What we’re referencing in these lines is a band with that same name.

Wild Domestic – Singular

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An eight-track EP is a helluva way to kick down the door for your first major release in your career, and that’s exactly what alt-rocker Wild Domestic has done with his EP “Singular.”

Elasea – Breathe // Lesson Learnt

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Alt-rock band Elasea from the UK have come together to create tunes that are saturated with impressive riffs and satisfying vocals. The members of Elasea are basically a few guys and and a gal with rock and roll souls. This is clear in their music and their recent video for Breathe // Lesson Learnt – […]

PONCÉ – Moving To Los Angeles

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Twin brothers Carson and Michael Poncé from Nashville are super busy right now. Not only are they busy being an adorable twin-bro, indie-rock band, they’re also busy releasing tight singles and touring the U.S. to play them for fans.

Psychocide – Alcohol and Bad Decisions

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It’s spontaneous yet subdued. It’s thematic and filled with meaning. At the same time, it’s outwardly more humorous than literal. It’s artistically multi-faceted and in bulk is the end result of a lot of partying. It’s Psychocide’s music.

Vista – Henchmen

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Musical duos are few and far between these days, with the White Stripes being the torchbearers for years before calling it quits in 2011. Now the self described “Anthem Rock” duo Vista are here with a new single called “Henchmen” to show you can get a lot done with just two people.

Kehlani – SweetSexySavage

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Baring emotion in music is essentially the backbone of what makes the art so great. We can learn so much about the artist and ourselves from notes and expressions traveling through sound space to our ears for our listening pleasure. On her debut album, “SweetSexySavage,” R&B singer Kehlani shows what those three words mean for […]

F.O.D. – Harvest

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Listening to F.O.D.’s music is a bit of a double-edged sword when it comes to the attention span. Mine is rather short. I have a hard time sitting through an entire song if I don’t like the first 30 seconds. But, I feel like this quartet’s new album is playing tricks on my mind. Seeing […]

All Ears Avow – Edge Of This

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English rock band All Ears Avow have been making music together since 2013. They released their first album in December of 2013 and have basically been touring ever since. Now, with two EPs and plenty of gigs under their belt, they’re releasing their third album – Edge Of This. The band is made up of […]

Cold Summer – Fight to Survive

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It’s not always easy to dive into certain musical genres, especially if the type is loud, erratic, spacy or just plain odd. Some folks need a gateway artist for this sort of thing. For those looking to venture into the realm of Post Hardcore, Cold Summer is an ample act to start.