Ryan Hobler: New York Minute

Pop folk singer Ryan Hobler will be taking the stage at Rockwood Music Hall on Feb. 20 in support of his new single, “See What You’re Doing To Me.” The track will appear on his upcoming record that was produced by Andy Baldwin, who has worked with artists such as …

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Radkey: Brother Act

Missouri-based punk act Radkey have a busy year ahead of them. The trio will be stopping at Brooklyn’s Death By Audio on Feb. 19 and Manhattan’s Mercury Lounge on Feb. 20 before they head to the United Kingdom for the first time, returning to the States for SXSW. The band, …

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Dawn Landes: Free As A Bird

Singer-songwriter Dawn Landes‘ latest album, Bluebird, came out this month, marking her first album in four years. The Kentucky-born musician joined forces with co-producer Thomas Bartlett on the disc, and it features other artists such as Norah Jones, Tony Scherr and Rob Moose. Though she had taken a …

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Lord Dying: Ye Of Little Faith

Since their formation in 2010, Portland-based doom metal outfit Lord Dying have accomplished quite a bit. Made up of veterans of the heavy metal scene, the band self-produced their own EP before signing to Relapse Records, who released their debut full-length, Summon The Faithless, last year. The group has …

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1-800-BAND: Who You Gonna Call?

Describing themselves as “toll-free rock,” Brooklyn-based 1-800-BAND take inspiration from classic New Wave and power-pop anthems of the late ’70s, giving it a new spin. The group joined forces with producer producer Kevin McMahon (Titus Andronicus, The Walkmen) and sound engineer Carl Saff (Unsane, Guided By Voices) to create their …

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Behemoth: The Satanist

The past five years have been trying for Behemoth. The Polish four-piece have faced a slew of medical issues between its members, forcing them to take a step away from the music industry to focus on personal matters. The Satanist, the group’s 10th studio album and first release since …

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Kaiser Chiefs: Hail To The Chiefs

Sitting on top of the alternative rock totem pole with bands like The Arctic Monkeys and Franz Ferdinand, Leeds-based quintet Kaiser Chiefs are praised as one of the most successful rock bands of the last decade. During their month-long European and North American tour, the group will be playing a …

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Jim Norton: Pure New Jersey Humor

Since the beginning of his career, comedian Jim Norton has become a triple threat in entertainment. The New Jersey native is a New York Times best-selling author for his two books as well as a columnist for Esquire, a co-host of the Sirius/XM morning show Opie & Anthony, …

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Moonspell/Atrocity/Leaves’ Eyes: A Variety Of Metal

Portuguese metal veterans Moonspell will be returning to North America this month when they embark on a headlining tour alongside Napalm Records labelmates Atrocity and Leaves’ Eyes. The gloom metal five-piece formed in 1992, releasing their debut record, Wolfheart, in 1995, which propelled the group to the top …

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An Interview with From The Depths: Rising Out Of The Ashes

From The Depths are resilient, as their name might suggest. While the past year has brought many changes to the Bergen County-based metal band, including parting ways with longtime vocalist Jordan Green and original guitarist Zack Spadaccini taking over the role as frontman, they continue to persevere and show no …

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