Papa Roach: Face Everything And Rock On

Papa Roach are set to release their eighth studio album in late January. In order to support the new record, the band will be touring along with Seether. The group’s eighth album, F.E.A.R (Face Everything And Rise), features 12 new songs from the quartet and guest appearances from …

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Neneh Cherry: Performing Across The Water

Swedish singer Neneh Cherry is starting off the year right, as she’ll be making her New York City debut later this week. A music industry veteran, she has delivered music since the late ‘80s. Taking a break from group efforts, her first solo album since the ‘90s, Blank Project, …

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The Devil Makes Three: No Strangers Of The Road

Americana rock trio The Devil Makes Three are embarking on their largest tour yet. Their blend of mountain folk, blues, and punk can be explained by their similar origin. All three members—Pete Bernhard, Lucia Turino, and Cooper McBean—are originally from Brattleboro, Vermont. Along with their live dates, they are set …

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Bryan Ferry: Avonmore

Bryan Ferry is no stranger to music whatsoever, considering he’s been active since the early ‘70s. He rose to fame through his role as the lead singer and songwriter for Roxy Music, a popular band in the UK. Along with his work in the band, he has developed his solo …

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Hollands: Restless Youth

John-Paul and Jannina Norpoth make up musical group Hollands. Record titles can be a strong clue as to what to expect from an album; their third and newest release—aptly titled Restless Youth—features a range of sounds and instruments that truly coincide with its name.

Hollands have taken rock instruments, …

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Young Tongue: Death Rattle

After six years releasing music as The Baker Family, this indie rock group has renamed themselves Young Tongue, and following the release of their EP earlier this year, have now produced their debut full-length album. The band consists of five members including wife and husband duo Liz and Stu Baker, …

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Shivery Shakes: Three Waves & A Shake

Austin-based trio the Shivery Shakes have their new release ready to share. Despite their roots in Texas, the musicians have an overextending ambiance on the record that will make you feel like you’re on a beach in California in the ‘50s. Complete with album artwork of a milkshake and waves …

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The Detroit Cobras: Cities Aren’t Too Small

Authentically from the Motor City, The Detroit Cobras have been putting out music since 1995. Two women, lead vocalist Rachel Nagy and guitarist Mary Ramirez, front the band with a dynamic delivery. About 20 years since their inception, they have distinguished a mix of unapologetic sassy character, retro soul, and …

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The Machine: Echoes Of Floyd

The Machine have contributed a substantial amount to keeping the music of Pink Floyd alive. The group not only keeps true by performing the music, but they also keep their interpretation and theatrics authentic to the way Pink Floyd did. The Machine’s dedication to authenticity is so their fans can …

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Wretched: A Preservation Of Live Music

Heavy metal band Wretched released a new album this June and are going on tour to support it. The Charlotte-based group has been together since 2005 and has released four studio albums, the latest being Cannibal. The Winter Warriors tour with War Of Ages will stop at Dingbatz in …

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