A Shoreline Dream: The Silent Sunrise

With an unusually melodic blend of post-rock and shoegaze, Denver-based A Shoreline Dream delve into an ethereal wall of sound layered with a flowing stream of synthesizers with their latest release, A Silent Sunrise. Inspired by acts such as Slowdive and Smashing Pumpkins, it combines both musical complexity and …

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Slow Magic: A Marvelous Secret

Slow Magic’s electronic indie is as stunning and unique as it is mysterious and out there. Billed by its anonymous, masked mastermind as “music played by your imaginary friend,” the cloud shrouded behind this project has not stopped it from receiving wide acclaim by the underground community. Having recently …

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Amy Lynn & The Gunshow: Sass & Soul

Amy Lynn & The Gunshow have forged a formidable partnership. Combining the experience of a seasoned sextet (complete with a full horn section) with Lynn’s mind-blowing vocal power and range, they deliver an exciting and soulful mix of jazz and rock, infectiously energetic and with a joie de vivre vibe …

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Kasabian: Reaching Maximum Heights

Kasabian’s run as one of the biggest acts in the world of rock music shows no signs of slowing down. After releasing 48:13, their fourth consecutive number one album in the UK, they took to Glastonbury Festival earlier this summer as headliners, and are currently on an international …

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Radkey: Punks At The Dinner Table

An exciting new punk band that is bursting into the spotlight with one of its band members not yet in their 20s, Radkey is made up of three brothers from Missouri who have evolved from a family project into a major up-and-coming group. Having released two EPs last year, the …

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Prong: Brutally Pushing Forward

Thrash metal pioneers Prong formed in the mid-‘80s when CBGB’s soundman Tommy Victor joined forces with the club’s doorman and drummer Ted Parsons of Swans. Influenced by the hardcore punk and no wave movement that grew out of the iconic club, Prong crafted original, low, hard-hitting thrash metal that has …

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BRONCHO: Stuck-In-Head Alert

BRONCHO’s music is getting rave reviews everywhere as some of the catchiest alternative pop heard in ages. With a knack for finding the most infectious hooks and feel-good vibes, this Oklahoma band has recently burst into the spotlight with the release of their latest single, “Class Historian,” which is …

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Teen: Synthchic Grooves

Teen are an all-female quartet hailing from Nova Scotia and Brooklyn who are gaining fame as a unique and refreshing project. Playing synthpop filled with rich and smooth basslines, funky beats and tantalizing collaborative vocal work, the release of their second album, Way In Color, in April has helped …

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Sticky Fingers: Land Of Pleasure

If combining more genres than any psychiatrist would recommend may not necessarily equate success, it excludes unoriginality for this Australian band on their sophomore release. Never before was a band daring enough to attempt such a maniacal combining of genres, all somehow rooted in ‘90s pop. But despite making a …

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Hawthorne Heights: Stronger Than Ever

Post-hardcore icons Hawthorne Heights, busying themselves with the fifth release in three years, have announced a series of dates for the fall, and will be playing locally on Long Island at Amityville’s Revolution Bar & Music on Sept. 11, at the Stanhope House in Stanhope, NJ on Sept.

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