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Unearth: Rising From The Dirt

With their indelibly crunchy guitars and powerful vocals, it’s safe to say that Boston’s Unearth is an intense metal act. Their influences include Slayer, Pantera, and Metallica, and it really comes through in ...
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TW Walsh: Fruitful Music

Pedro The Lion was a classic indie rock band that split up 10 years ago, but multi-instrumentalist TW Walsh has kept himself plenty busy since then. He has released music as The Soft Drugs and has done producti...
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Junior Boys: Big Hits

Canadian electro-pop duo Junior Boys have been crafting synth–heavy pop tunes since 1999. Since releasing their debut album, Last Exit, in 2004, the duo, which consists of Jeremy Greenspan and Johnny Dark, have...
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Nap Eyes: Slacker Champs

Halifax’s Nap Eyes’ second album, Thought Rock Fish Scale, comes only a few months after the stateside release of their debut, Whine Of The Mystic. The band proudly wears its slack-rock influences on its sleeve...
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Mike Edel: India Seattle To NYC

Perhaps you haven’t heard of singer-songwriter Mike Edel, but that is likely soon to change, as Edel is currently a rising star in the indie folk world. Fans of David Gray and Wilco will fall in love with Edel’...
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Tal Wilkenfeld: Taking Her Place

Until recently, bassist Tal Wilkenfeld was most likely best known as a background performer, having played with a wide array of famous musicians including Brian Wilson, Ringo Starr, Sting, Eric Clapton, Ryan Ad...
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SWMRS & The Frights: Punk Rock Princes

Oakland, California’s SWMRS’ third album, Drive North, is their first album not under their previous name, Emily’s Army, and it’s also their first album not produced by Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, father ...