Andrew W.K.: We Want Holiday Fun

Lively rock musician Andrew W.K. is embarking on his annual end of the year tour. The musician maintains a great level of intensity and this typically translates into his performance delivery. Although he is known for a high-energy show, this holiday tour will be an intimate solo act. Catch one …

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Robin Bacior: Water Dreams

Some people find drowning to be one of the most horrific deaths imaginable. Some can interpret it as an artistic interpretation. One might be a bit morbid compared to the other, but both are profound analyses. Robin Bacior has a new album, Water Dreams, which depicts just how beautifully …

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Mackenzie Shivers: Neverland

Mackenzie Shivers has lived with music practically all of her life; she began playing piano when she was four and was a singer-songwriter by the age of five. Moving from her hometown of Tampa, Florida, to NYC, where she lends her musical skills and voice to a variety of venues …

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Meg Myers: Make A Shadow

Tennessee native Meg Myers has returned with a sophomore album that tailors to the taste of her fans from her debut. In other words, Myers has delivered a performance true to the grunge sounds we’ve come to expect from her. Make A Shadow was released earlier this year, and it …

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Cariad Harmon: Cariad Harmon

Do you have to be an American born and raised to be able to put your heart into an Americana-inspired album? Some might argue yes, but Cariad Harmon, who grew up in London, has not let that stop her from producing an album of her aesthetic of choice. Originally from …

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Gwyneth Moreland: Ceilings, Floors And Open Doors

Gwyneth Moreland has two releases under her belt and is ready to introduce the world to her third. Ceilings, Floors, And Open Doors was written in her hometown of Mendocino, California. A rural town, Mendocino is sure to have served as inspiration for the album. With the help of bassist …

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The Black Atlas: An Introductory Step

Emerging artist The Black Atlas will be releasing a series of EPs collectively titled The Equinox. He recently released the first EP of the series, The Other. His debut single, “The First Step,” gives us a glimpse of what to expect from the Brooklyn-based musician, which seems to …

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The Motet: More Music For Life

The release of a self-titled album always calls for a celebration. Earlier this year, The Motet released their seventh album, The Motet. Choosing their seventh to be their self-titled is fitting for this seven-member band. Their delivery of funk and soul keeps their legendary live performances electric. The Colorado-based band …

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Maggie Bjorklund: Shaken

Maggie Bjorklund is a steel guitarist, singer, and composer from Denmark. She has gotten her name out there as a musician by working with many. Her experience includes having toured and recorded with Jack White, performed with Howe Gelb, X’s John Doe, and Exene Cervenka, and released her debut album …

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The Dismemberment Plan: Change In The Uncanney Valley

It’s an exciting time for indie rock group The Dismemberment Plan after their reunion; they recently released their first album in 12 years, Uncanney Valley, during the 20th anniversary of their start. The DC-based band is also rereleasing their hit album Change on vinyl this November. They will …

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