Ratatat @ Terminal 5

NEW YORK, NY—As I meandered through the streets of New York pre-show, my eyes were sent in many directions in order to taking in the gorgeous city lights. The city however, was surpassed by the lightshow I insi...
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Johnny Flynn: British Envision

We must be thankful for artists like Johnny Flynn, who keep folk music alive and fresh. Simple melodies paired with intricate percussion comprise his enjoyable sound. It’s like the guy has instrument ADD, tossi...
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The Ready-Set: Go Getter

Officially, there is only one member of The Ready Set, and his name is Jordan Witzigreuter. Having released his first full-length studio album this past summer, this young and ambitious musician is climbing the...

Trapt: No Apologies

Like it or not, nü-metal has made it clear that it’s here to stay. Trapt, a four-piece based out of California, are an unmistakable representation of this settled genre. The sound of their new album, No Apologi...

Ronnie Wood: I Feel Like Playing

It’s usually a gamble to hear the solo work from an artist involved in a legendary band like the Rolling Stones. On the other hand, Ronnie Wood has been building his solo discography for decades now. His indivi...
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G. Love: Good For The Soul

G. Love is a pleasant blend of classic blues, funk, and hip-hop. His raspy vocals and acoustic guitar/harmonica combo are the signature of his style. G. Love is lending his talents to charity by performing for ...
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Kim Richey: Underrated Charm

Although, Kim Richey has been Grammy nominated and even appeared on American country and pop charts, this singer/songwriter is not easily recognized. Three years after her last album release, Richey is back wit...