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The Life Electric — A Little Disco, A Little ’80s, All Rock

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru Boston rockers The Life Electric released their second full-length album, The Real You, on March 25 to a very exited audience. The Life Electric grew from a 2011 meeting between two of the five members, and has been sky rocketing in terms of popularity and talent. The Real You consists of […]

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Bootblacks’ “Veins” Looks Back to the Future

By Liza Jill Meyers of Indie Band Guru If you were craving a classic cross-genre ‘80s revival, which I can personally say I have been hungering for, then Bootblacks will bring you back with their newest album Veins. And I am psyched! From first song till last, Bootblacks invents a parallel world, a contemporary past, […]

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The Black Watch: Masters in Musical Relevancy

Each decade has its musical geniuses. These musicians are separated from the other musicians of their time, however, because their style is truly timeless. This ironic criterion is easily recognizable in bands like The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and The Cure. Any musician who draws from these groups, though they perform in a different era, takes the […]