Stolen Babies: Up And Away

Stolen Babies are currently on tour with The World/Inferno Friendship Society. Later on this spring, the band will join Sevendust, Coal Chamber and Lacuna Coil on a North American tour cycle. Stolen Babies have recently put out an album, Naught, through No Comment. The group will perform at the …

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Interview with Jeremy DePoyster from The Devil Wears Prada: The Road Less Traveled

Originally hailing from Ohio, national touring metal quintet The Devil Wears Prada are about to take to the road in support of their 2011 release, Dead Throne. This album is the fourth full-length under the group’s belt, who have recently signed with Roadrunner. The band gained some recognition in …

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WALL: Making Your Mark

UK-native songwriter and producer, WALL, will be playing her debut New York performance at the Rockwood Music Hall. The London-based pop artist is currently on tour with Local Natives. WALL has two singles for sale on iTunes, “Magazine” and “Over My Head.” Her Shoestring EP will be released …

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Davey Suicide: Strange Times

Touring in support of his self-titled record, Davey Suicide will be making a New York tour stop at Webster Hall. Along with Orgy, Vampires Everywhere! and My Parasites, Suicide will take the stage for this 16+ Studio At Webster Hall performance on March 20. His most recognizable single …

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The Revival Tour: Sixth Time’s A Charm

The sixth annual Revival Tour starts up again this month with a loaded roster, featuring the likes of Chuck Ragan, Jenny Owen Youngs, and Jon Gaunt. This monster tour will make three stops in the Tri-State Area, and the musicians will use their acoustic sets for one-of-a-kind jam sessions. On …

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Sigur Rós: Everlasting Light

Sigur Rós are scheduled to perform at Madison Square Garden on Monday, March 25. The group is currently touring the world in support of their latest album, Valtari, and will be debuting new material such as their recent single, “Kveikur.” They will also incorporate an 11-piece live band …

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Viasava: One Year Down

Setting the stage for the remainder of Viasava’s debut album, One Year Down, is the instrumental intro, “Day One.” The track is a minute of sporadic keys that form an elongated melody with wandering vocal parts that build tension before the riff of the second number drops. “New Frontier” …

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Interview with Tim Kasher: Following Sound

The presently Chicago-based musician Tim Kasher is known for several things, but primarily, he’s celebrated for his work as a solo artist and his position as frontman of Cursive. Tim’s signature voice, witty lyrical parts and addictive guitar sounds have translated into his solo work that first debuted with 2011’s, …

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Javelin: Hi Beams

Northeastern alternative pair Javelin have a fresh 10-track record that was released March 5. These musicians fuse elements from many genres such as hip-hop and indie rock, melded with electronic moments.

Hi Beams begins with “Light Out,” an ‘80s pop-influenced catchy number laced with soprano vocals and a foundation of …

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Annandale: Moving Forward

Knoxville, TN-based hard rock duo Annandale are a feverish combination whose musical intensity has resulted in their current EP, Moving Forward. The five-track disc comes onto the listener strongly with “This Fight,” a song in which vocalist Ashley Grennor flaunts her range while guitarist Chad Grennor explores his chops. …

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