Overkill: White Devil Armory

Longevity is something to be praised in the music industry. With trends and popular styles of music consistently changing it can be difficult to stay relevant, yet some artists are able to flourish within it. Continuing their long run of 30 years in the music business, well-known thrash metal band …

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Brian Lopez: Static Noise

After a two-year-long writing process to follow up his debut album, Ultra, singer-songwriter Brian Lopez is back with the release of his latest record, Static Noise. Lopez takes on a different approach this time around, resulting in a more focused and fluid album. Rather than recording with over-edited, …

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Virginia Wing: Measures Of Joy

With bands constantly emerging from the woodwork, it’s important to make a memorable entrance into the music scene. And with their inimitable debut album, Measures Of Joy, the trio that is Virginia Wing is redefining the music industry’s preconceived genres altogether. This South London threesome cites influences such as …

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Mike Hudson & The Pagans: Hollywood High

Even a more than two-decade hiatus can’t diminish pure talent and passion. Mike Hudson & The Pagans are proving just that with the release of their first new album in 24 years, Hollywood High. The background of the album is immediately apparent from the album cover itself, where The …

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2014 Holiday Charity Guide

The music plays, the lights and decorations appear, and as people race to and from every mall and store, it’s blaringly obvious the holidays are in full swing. Every year around this time, we show our love and gratitude as we give and receive gifts from all the special people …

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Black Dawn: Opening The Gates

Continuing their impressive 18-year run together, Black Dawn are playing in an upcoming concert where they will open for Soulfly’s lead guitarist, Marc Rizzo And The Corruptors. Since their formation in 1996, these Long Island natives have been a staple in the New York metal scene. A mix of metal …

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Loveskills: Pure

Already a known DJ and producer-songwriter out of Brooklyn, Richard Spitzer, the one-man talent behind Loveskills, continues to forge his path with his latest EP, Pure, released Nov. 4. His latest release since his last EP, Reskilled, dropped during the summer of 2013, Pure is a six-track EP …

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Autumn In June: Autumn In June

Everything about Autumn In June is refreshing and genuine. Even the name holds value, acting as a symbol of his feelings of disconnect and uncompromising individualism. His debut, self-entitled album does the same. A far cry from the rap and hip-hop typical to his South Central home, Autumn In June …

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Jake Tavill: Indigo Child

Blues artists are known for their undeniable soulfulness, boasting of struggle and heartbreak. In modern times when pop music often dominates the masses, such artists are difficult to come by among the younger crowd. Yet Jake Tavill’s debut album, Indigo Child, is a refreshing blend of deep, moody blues …

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Within The Ruins: Phenomena

Out with the old and in with the new. The saying may be common, but metalcore band Within The Ruins have set out to prove that it doesn’t mean there isn’t room for compromise. Much like their sound, a dynamic blend of metal and electronic, Within The Ruins are able …

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