Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams: One True Pairing

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams are a country couple who have finally come out with an 11-song self-titled debut album in June. They met in the ‘80s and have been playing together since. Their marriage took place shortly after they met and their true love has influenced the most meaningful …

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R5: Chasing For The Sun

Bands that are made up of family members always have a little extra to offer because of their special bond. R5 is one of those family bands that is made up of three brothers, a sister, and a very close friend that may as well be part of the family. …

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The Unsigned Bands Class Of 2016

Each year, the Aquarian gathers a list of unsigned bands from the Tri-State Area and beyond that we believe deserve recognition. These bands and solo artists’ music offers so much to the listener that just because a major label hasn’t noticed them yet, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t.

 

Darling Harbor

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The Gary Douglas Band: The Perfect Combo

The combination of classic rock and country blues is assembled in the best way throughout NY-based band, The Gary Douglas Band’s, music. Their sophomore studio album, Keepin’ Faith, released in October, and depicts this genre blend in each of the 12 songs it offers. The album’s producer, Anthony …

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Cardiknox: A Dynamic Duo

Los Angeles’ dance-pop couple, Cardiknox, have been around the world and back in their dancing shoes and are finally back in our area. Lonnie Angle and Thomas Dutton have teased their highly anticipated album, which is expected to release in 2016, with singles “Doors” and “On My Way,” along …

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Rubblebucket: Surviving The Break

We always get upset when our favorite bands take a big chunk of time off from touring to write new music because we end up missing them. Lucky for us, Rubblebucket will be taking a small break from their current writing process, which is taking place in Brooklyn where the …

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A Sunny Day In Glasgow: Planning A Musical Journey

Originating from Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and Sydney, Australia, A Sunny Day In Glasgow have been around for 10 years now. The six-piece, including the only original member Ben Daniels, released a double EP on Dec. 1. Planning Weed Like It’s Acid/Life Is Loss is a creatively trippy combination of nine songs …

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As Tall As Lions: Reunited And It Feels So Good

As Tall As Lions of Long Island played music for eight years before they announced their breakup in 2010. The high school friends gained a following with each of their releases, up until their last album, You Can’t Take It With You, which was released in August 2009. Their …

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Lettuce: Doin’ It Like They Do

For over two decades, Lettuce of Boston have been combining funk, soul, and hip-hop to create their own sound that many people have grown to love. Their fourth studio album, Crush, released on Nov. 6, shows a lot of growth in the band with an infectious, deeper and free-flowing …

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Marah: The History Of Where A Re-Master Has Been Released

Marah of Philadelphia and Brooklyn was formed in the ‘90s and haven’t stopped since. They have released 11 albums over the years they have been together up until 2014. Their latest release this year is a vinyl re-master of their album, Kids In Philly, which was originally released in …

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