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The Black Lemons – Interview With Indie Rockers From Nashville

We recently had the chance to sit down with a group of rising stars from the southern capital of music in Nashville.  The band The Black Lemons play a classic indie rock style that brings back great memories of a simpler time of FM radio.  They let us get inside their heads a little and […]

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Robert Pollard Delivers Pure Emotion on 24th Album

So many music artists today seem to aim at creating a sound that can be played on popular radio stations. Although these tunes are catchy and we often catch ourselves singing the lyrics in our heads, there seems to just be a consistency, a derivative sameness, in what we are delivered. Robert Pollard Keeps Classic Rock […]

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Factory Brains Seeks to Seduce with Classic-Influenced LP

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru Hailing from across the pond (and then some, from Sweden), Factory Brains’ new album Hard Labor is as classically rock as it is sexy. The hints of jazz combined with the deep vocals and harsh tones make the entire album alluring to the senses. This isn’t the group’s first […]

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Sean Mullaney – Rock Vocalist Shows Off Some Classic Pipes

There is no better way to become a better musician and performer than by just getting out there and performing.  Some shows, especially, the early ones, will not be the best but if you are able to take a lesson out of each performance you will naturally get better at it.  Our latest find Sean […]

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Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons: Making it New

A good artist takes styles and themes from older art and adopts it as their own. Originality does not rely on thinking of something nobody else has thought of, but on putting your own spin on something. Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons follow this concept in their own work, and the result is music […]