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Femme-Driven Resilient Teaches Us “How to Peach”

Over the summer, Philly-based band Resilient released their powerful and high-impact sophomore album, How to Peach. Following their DIY Imagining Things EP of 2016, this is their first full length record. The band’s 2016 debut was well-received and set a high bar for what was to come. Imagining Things indicated that Resilient had much more to offer, and How to Peach pushed past these
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World Record Holders The Pocket Gods release new single

Bands usually aren’t usually competing for Guiness World Records, but The Pocket Gods have oddly scooped one up. The Pocket Gods released the most tracks on a digital album (100×30), that had 100 tracks on it. While their latest release “Searching for the Divine” isn’t a world record holder, it’s four sure something for the
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Jehangir Aziz Hayat Keeps 90’s Grunge Alive

The influence of American music has reached all corners of the globe. From the early rock n roll of the 1950’s to the modern electronic pop music of today, musicians from many countries have taken pieces and refined it into their own sound. Our latest discovery Jehangir Aziz Hayat seems unlikely to have found the
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