Geena Renee: Don’t Leave Me Here

As kids, we all have lists of things we want to be when we grow up: a doctor, a teacher, a singer. But as we age and interests change, few children end up following through on these childhood dreams. Yet since Geena Renee picked up a violin at the age …

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In Memoriam – To The Lives Lost In Las Vegas

I’ve been dreading writing these words since I woke up on October 2nd. Actually, I’ve dreaded writing these words for years now: since Paris, since Orlando, since Manchester.

There doesn’t seem to be a way to properly convey the heaviness, the true impact of all the lives lost in Las …

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Rise Against: Welcome To The Breakdown

Through their 18 years, Rise Against have been hailed for their outspoken advocacy just as much as their hard-hitting music. For the foursome–vocalist and rhythm guitarist Tim McIlrath, lead guitarist Zach Blair, bassist Joe Principe, and drummer Brandon Barnes–vigorous riffs paired with the constant of lyrically examining motivations behind actions, …

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Spotlights – Low Cut Connie And Mondo.NYC Hit NY

Spotlight – Low Cut Connie: Revolution Rock ‘n’ Roll

Since their conception in 2010, rock ’n’ roll band Low Cut Connie have been on ride that only goes up. Following the release of their fourth album – the sonic, dive bar rager that is Dirty Pictures (Part 1) ­– on …

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Spotlights: Mitski Takes White Eagle Hall, The Safes, And More!

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Since her last album, Puberty 2, was released in June 2016 to critical acclaim, Mitski has waded through a sea of shows. Offering performances shining a spotlight on her intricate lyrics and dynamic sound, the indie rocker will now be bringing her …

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The Hollow – The Time Will Be Soon

Since the official start of their project 14 years ago, local band The Hollow still aim to give their 100 percent when recording and performing. For Unsigned Band Week, they talk changing their band name, their favorite shows and looking towards the future.

Where are you all from?

All four …

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Leuca – Getting To The Soul

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As a young, active musician of around four years, New York-native Leuca has a variety of influences: from worship, to soul and hip hop. For September’s Unsigned Band Week, Leuca gives the details of his musical styling, what draws him to music, and his …

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The Fremonts – Going Out West

For Americana duo The Fremonts, the impact of one’s home and surroundings ring true on all fronts. From the mutual city name that sparked their own, moving across the country, and naming/developing their first full-length, the twosome divulge all for Unsigned Band Week.

Where are you all from?

Justin is …

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Scottish Widows – Can Ya Feel It?

Through lineup changes, full-time jobs, and even a heart attack, unsigned, New York talent Scottish Widows have forged ahead. Now, the band tells The Aquarian how they made that possible.

Where are you all from?

Scottish Widows hail from Staten Island, NY. We have a good fan base in both …

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Spotlights: Sleep On It

Chicago-based pop-punk rockers Sleep On It have been on an upward trajectory since their formation in 2012, and signing with Equal Vision Records in 2015. In addition to their highly anticipated debut LP, Overexposed, due out Nov. 3, the five-some are slated to play Chicago’s Riot Fest along with …

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