An Interview with Bullet For My Valentine: All Hell Breaks Loose On ‘Venom’

Metal evokes spiritual healing through encapsulating the essence behind musical aggression. It conjures up the buried emotions that we normally keep shackled within the deepest parts of ourselves, only to be brought back to the surface once provoked by another force. It’s like inhaling your first breath of fresh air …

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Dawn Landes: Songspiration At Sea

Imagine making the decision to set sail across the Atlantic Ocean alone; not for the sake of satisfying the public, but more simply to satisfy personal ambition. The moral here, according to songwriter and performer Dawn Landes, is that there shouldn’t be set limitations for what one can accomplish, …

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Vinyette: A Soundscape From Reality

We’ve all been there at one point or another, when musical expression is the best remedy for the lowest of times. The greatest satisfaction comes from those who bring you beyond the depths of your imagination, feeding into that escape route that takes you from reality into your own fantastical …

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The Bird And The Bee: The B’s Are Back

L.A.-based indie pop duo Greg Kurstin and Inara George have recently been tending to their ongoing project, The Bird And The Bee, and are returning with their long-awaited follow-up to their acclaimed 2010 release, Interpreting The Masters, Vol. 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates. While …

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Little River Band: Way Too Good

Although there are countless reasons to love Australia, we of course have to admire the noteworthy musical talent that stems from the beloved continent of koalas and kangaroos. Straight out of Melbourne, internationally acclaimed rock group, Little River Band, will be touring the States with some of their old …

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Circuit Des Yeux: It’s All About Progression

Music from the Windy City is making its way to the Big Apple this summer, with an eye-opening variety of musicians and genres. Accompanied by fellow musicians Ryley Walker and Cooper Crain of Bitchin’ Bajas, baritone-singer and instrumentalist, Haley Fohr, the founder of the progressive sound project, Circuit Des Yeux

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Rock, Ribs & Ridges: A Rocky Weekend

Brace yourselves; summer is coming. The Rock, Ribs & Ridges’ sixth annual summer festival is just around the corner, and what better way to enjoy it than by kicking back, munching on some junk food, and listening to a little rock and blues to shake up the fun? On …

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Kate Copeland: The Singing Songsmith

Kate Copeland is an entire musical ensemble wrapped into one artist. Known for her use of heart-fluttering string instrumentals and honeyed vocals, the indie pop folk songstress was happy to release her new album, Recollection Room, on June 8. Copeland also recently released a video for one of her …

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Marion Walker: Giving Brand New Meaning To Artistry

Reno/Seattle-based tune trio, Marion Walker, will be making their way down on June 13 for a show at Fat Baby, in New York City. The band consists of two songwriters, Jessie Marion Smith and Kyle Walker Akins, collaborating with drummer Donovan Jordan Williams. Together, they have created an innovative …

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