Arum Rae: Warranted Queen Transcends Scene

New York songstress Arum Rae has shared the stage with Willie Nelson, B.B. King, and The Civil Wars, and she’s back on the road through October in support of her new EP, Warranted Queen. She effortlessly blends blues, folk, and even electronica, all while her haunting vocals cut through …

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THE ARCHITECTS: Crossing Borders

Don’t let anyone tell you that rock ‘n’ roll is dead, especially with Kansas City locals THE ARCHITECTS out on the prowl. Rising from the ashes that once was The Gadjits, this four-piece is coming your way in support of their graphic-novel-album-hybrid, Border Wars. They’ll be playing four shows …

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VanLadyLove: Better Than A Pin Up

Indie rock four-piece VanLadyLove is coming our way for a headlining show at Fat Baby in New York City on Friday, Oct. 3. They come all the way from pop music hotspot Provo, Utah (home of Imagine Dragons and Neon Trees) to stake their claim and make a name …

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Holy Ghost Tent Revival: Right State Of Mind

Hailing from Greensboro, North Carolina, soul rock sextet Holy Ghost Tent Revival have recently come out with their third full-length studio album, Right State Of Mind, recorded in Philadelphia with Bill Moriarty (of Man Man and The Sheepdogs fame). The title-track is rich with bluesy riffs, vocal harmonies akin …

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ODESZA: In Return

Just last month, Seattle-based electronic duo ODESZA released their first album, In Return, on CD, vinyl, and through digital download. Taking what some may call a DIY-approach, ODESZA have been touring extensively, all while releasing their music online for free. Opening for artists such as Pretty Lights, ODESZA have …

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Meridian: The Same Old Kids

Meridian are taking the industry by storm, proving that age is just a number. With all members younger than 21 years old, screams akin to George Pettit of Alexisonfire, an album recorded by Mike Kalajian, and a number-one spot on Sirius XM’s Faction, this Poughkeepsie-based hardcore band is a musical …

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