Springtime Carnivore & The Dodos: Upbeat Low Key Titans

Springtime Carnivore can easily described as a six-piece happy man’s Lana Del Rey, playing chipper dream tunes with loads of sonic texture. The Dodos are a folk-influenced indie duo, incorporating a wide array of unique sounds into their music. The two powerhouses have been touring the U.S. all throughout the …

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The British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour: 50 Years In The Making

In an ode to the start of a new musical era, several famous musicians, from Denny Laine to Terry Sylvester, are touring around America in The British Invasion 50th Anniversary Tour. Supported by a four-piece backing band and complete with videos and clips of rare performances, this tour will …

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Museum Of Love: Weird Science, Weird Music

Composed of former LCD Soundsystem drummer Pat Mahoney and Denis McNany, Museum Of Love are coming to New York City on Feb. 27, playing at Bowery Ballroom. This duo is part dancey, part ambient, and all eclectic, mixing minimalism with 8-bit synths to create a sonic landscape that …

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Beth Hart: From Struggles To Success

Blues singer-songwriter Beth Hart is currently on a world tour in support of her new album, Better Than Home, which is being released April 14, 2015. Hart, much like other accomplished blues musicians, draws from the suffering she’s experienced all throughout her life, creating haunting melodies that are solemn, …

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Midge Ure: Some Sagely Advice

Band Aid co-organizer and singer-songwriter Midge Ure is doing an American tour in support of Fragile, his newest album. He’ll be hitting World Cafe Live in Philadelphia on Feb. 24 and Iridium in New York City on Feb. 26 and Feb. 27. Ure has been involved in the …

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This Will Destroy You: Music With A Life Of Its Own

This Will Destroy You is playing at Brooklyn’s very own Saint Vitus on both Feb. 26 and Feb. 27. They’re known for their highly dynamic and atmospheric music, blending the light melodic qualities of shoegaze and the heavy churning traits of doom metal, thus labeling themselves as “doomgaze.” While …

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Billy Talent: Hits

Billy Talent have been a band for a little over 20 years now, however, the first 10 years were under a different name. Pezz, as they were originally known, were a punk outfit playing small shows around Toronto and Mississauga, Canada. After legal issues in 1999, they changed their name …

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Battle Beast: Unholy Savior

In today’s industry, a band’s image is just as important as their music, but Battle Beast have nothing to worry about. They have their image, and that’s one of a lion-like humanoid warrior fighting through a Hellish world of fire and robots. Unholy Savior, their most recent album, continues …

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Blue & Gold: In My Head

There’s something about a band with multiple vocalists that’s just entrancing; two singers whose voices complement and contrast the others. One such band is Blue & Gold, a Brooklyn-based foursome looking to make waves in the music scene. Fronting the band are guitarist/vocalists Chloe Raynes and Alex Kapelman, who play …

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’68: Regret Not

Josh Scogin is a legend in the hardcore scene, fronting both Norma Jean and The Chariot, two bands known for their raw passion and destructive performances. His new project, ’68, an avant-punk duo featuring himself and drummer Michael McClellan, has hit the ground running, already releasing an EP and …

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