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Peter Walker: The Long Road To Wisdom

Celebrating a lifetime of accomplishment to the tune of the Nov. 26 release of the lost studio session from 1970, Peter Walker—who recently released his first solo guitar record with vocals, Has Anybody Seen Ou...
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Street Dogs: Lots Of Bark, Tons Of Bite

Boston bombshell Street Dogs are coming to light up the Tri-State Area this holiday season as part of their annual Wreck The Halls tour with stops at Union Transfer on Dec. 19 in Philadelphia, Highline Ballroom...

A Lily: Lupa

It’s especially difficult to be critical of music that, at its core, is largely made up of the heart and soul of the artist who wrote it, as even the most rough-cut productions can be far more meaningful th...

Leagues: You Belong Here

The city of Nashville has produced a host of world-famous acts in its history, but it’s not the first place you’d expect to find a dance-pop indie band. In a sea of popular music, Leagues stand as a wildcar...
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Zoé: Language Barriers

Award-winning Mexican alternative rockers Zoé are coming to the U.S. for a one-month tour in support of their fifth studio album, and first release since 2007, Prográmaton, ending with a performance at the Best...
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Les Jupes: No Longer Just A Myth

The post-punk/pop quartet from Winnipeg known as Les Jupes finally made their U.S. debut with their EP, Negative Space, and are here to spread the word. As part of their current North American tour, they’ll pla...
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Hotei: Tokyo’s Hotei

Revered multimillion selling Japanese rock star dubbed “The Electric Samurai,” Tomoyasu Hotei will be making his American debut at the Highline Ballroom on Nov. 14 for the 10-year anniversary of the Quentin Tar...