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Love in October — Summer Ready Pop Rock

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru Upbeat and exciting, the new EP from musical duo Love in October, Love in October III is as happy as it is a great example of pop culture. Coming from Sweden, Love in October is comprised of two members; brothers Erik and Kent Widman. This new release is the group’s first in four years, making it long awaited and, […]

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Night Argent — Pop Rock with Punk Edge

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru Night Argent, a five piece from Washington state, just released their first self-titled EP. Though a young group, Night Argent has already been garnering both a fan base and media attention — and for good reason. Night Argent Unafraid of Mixing it Up Mixing heavy punk-minded backtracks and […]

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Typhoid Rosie’s No-B.S. Attitude is Candy Coated

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru Blooming like a flower in spring, the new album Hearts Bleed Goodbye by Typhoid Rosie is a breath of fresh air. The 11-track piece, released on March 25, exhibits all the key criteria of a pop song with a definite alternative sound. This isn’t Typhoid Rosie’s first orchestra […]

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Saints Of Bliss – Softer Single Ready For The World

The first stepping stone in any band’s career should be to make themselves well known locally.  Here is where you can build up your image and set up the brand you will be exposing to your potential fans.  When the locals love you then you can bring your band and music to a wider audience. […]

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Chapell Nails It In Latest LP, “The Redhead’s Allegations”

Quirky, catchy, smooth — Alan Chapell’s journey to the birth of The Redhead’s Allegations is what makes the March release so very good. His diversity comes through in his lyrics, while his initial quirky sound stays true to his successful days on the East Coast playing in his college band, All the Voices. The album addresses […]

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Who What Where – New Pop Rock Perfection

The process of building a band can take some time but when the right lineup is assembled things start to move very fast.  Just start making music with those around you and keep at it.  Things will fall into place and develop just like they seem to be doing for our recent find Who What […]

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Matt Hewitt’s Street-Savvy Pop Is Smooth and Inspired

By Nicole Garman of Indie Band Guru Everyone loves a good femme fatale, and Matt Hewitt is no exception. In his smooth new debut track, Criminal, Matt celebrates the heartbreaker with silky vocals and a radio-ready beat. Bringing a Maroon 5 pop sound with a little extra street savvy, the song’s “side chick” sneaks up […]