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Aura Davis Shows You “What You Love”

Aura Davis is back with a vengeance. After over a decade away from music to focus on herself, she’s back and she’s ready to make a name for herself. With guitar in hand, she’s been hard at work channeling her talents into new releases for fans. One of her latest singles, “What You Love” provides […]

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Timbre Project Have Been ‘Chasing A Sound’

We always try to look on the bright side here at Indie Band Guru. If anything has come out of this crazy last year and a half of lockdowns and social distance it has been great music. Musicians are a resourceful lot. The ones with real passion were able to turn their downtime into creating […]

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WNTR PPPR Is Quite A ‘Good Man’

We all are influenced by music in different ways as we grow up. We are also influenced by how we experience that music. Sitting in a room by yourself with a record on is much different than being at a concert absorbing the music in a live setting. Both situations have their benefits, but will […]

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Winchester 7 & The Runners Sing Their ‘Catacomb Songs’

What’s weirder than a one-man band marketed as a full band? Well, probably not much. But Winchester 7 & The Runners are here to bring that weird to you. Regardless of who is creating the music behind the band, we know they’re here to bring light-hearted, ukulele driven indie rock and that’s something we can […]

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Wake Up To ‘American Lullaby’ by Dean Friedman

We can all agree that the last couple of years have been quite the confusing time in America. As artists we all have our personal perspectives on these happenings. The ability to turn those thoughts into catchy songs is not an easy one. Fortunately Dean Friedman has this skill and recently released his American Lullaby […]

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My Autumn Amor Speaks Out With ‘Quiet Girl’

The early years of any artist will have a profound impact on their craft. The influences that are provided by both parents and society will lead to the development of your art. Life is a driver of art. Accept that and become the best unique you that you can. Our friends of My Autumn Amor […]

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Feel The Power of ‘The Day the Lady Cried’

The Day the Lady Cried is the latest release from The Nied’s Hotel Band, featuring John Vento. Anyone familiar with John Vento’s solo work will immediately know that this is likely to be a very personal, specific song, especially when you know that the eponymous ‘Lady’ of the title is the Statue of Liberty. Visiting […]

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Charlie Barrale Shares Life in “For Me”

For musical inspiration a songwriter must be willing to look within and share pieces of their own life. This has the ability of creating a real relatability to the listener as well. Our recent discovery Charlie Barrale took his time to share his intimate life on new single “For Me.” Based in St. Louis, Missouri, […]