The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die: No Harm In Harmlessness

The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die of CT released their sophomore full-length album, Harmlessness, on Sept. 25. The songs are full of intense, passionate lyrics and they continued their indie-emo sound from their first album, Whenever, If Ever. While remaining …

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The Yawpers: They Are Doing It Right

Denver’s own The Yawpers have released their latest album, American Man, on Oct. 30. This album shows that they have kept their folky, blues sound, but are branching out to having more pop and punk rock influences in their songs. The band has kept their rebellious and aggressive power, …

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Caustic Casanova: Nothing’s Stopping Them

Caustic Casanova from Washington, DC has released their sophomore LP, Break, on Sept. 25. The trio’s songs on this latest album have a spacey, psychedelic influence while they still remain a heavy punk rock band. They almost lost their drummer, Stefanie Zaenker, to a severe accident where her drumming …

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Corrosion Of Conformity: Metal Forever

From the ‘80s until today, Corrosion Of Conformity of Raleigh, NC continue to give us the heavy jams. Since their comeback from their second hiatus that lasted from 2006 to 2010, they have released two albums. Their latest release is their ninth album, IX, which came out in July …

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Lauren Marsh: A Promising Falsetto

New Jersey native Lauren Marsh has a fiery falsetto that attracted producer Chris Badami, who worked with her to create the EP, Veracity, which releases on Jan. 22, 2016. Her songs are driven by innocent-sounding vocals and lyrics, catchy hooks, and cheerful beats and instrumentals. The first single off …

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Marianas Trench: One Love For Fantasy And Adventure

Canadian pop rock band Marianas Trench released their new album, Astoria, in October. The songs are focused on the band’s love of 1980s fantasy and adventure films. Appropriately, the album is named after Astoria, Oregon, which is the hometown in the film The Goonies. Throughout these songs, Marianas …

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Against The Current/Vinyl Theatre: No Outsiders Here

Against The Current of Poughkeepsie is on the U.S. leg of their world tour with Vinyl Theatre of Milwaukee supporting. While Against The Current is working on a full-length album, the they are performing songs from their EP, Gravity, which released in February 2015, and their latest single “Outsiders.” …

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The Flamin’ Groovies: Gonna Rock Tonight And Forever

San Francisco’s legendary rock band, The Flamin’ Groovies, have been playing music for 50 years, and are not stopping anytime soon. Band founder Cyril Jordan has rejoined the group and is still creating energetic, fun, and witty music. Before putting out new material, they are touring in celebration of …

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Slow Magic: Run Away With Slow Magic

Anonymous indie electronic producer Slow Magic’s latest album, How To Run Away, has been out for one year now, but is still mesmerizing fans like it came out yesterday. The trippy and mysterious lyric-less songs give off a vibe that make you feel like you’re in a dream. …

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Guster: Not A Simple Machine

New England indie band Guster has released their seventh album, Evermotion, this past January. It was produced by The Shins’ keyboardist and The Black Keys’ touring bassist Richard Swift. With their matured ‘90s sound, the songs on Evermotion have influences of pop with passionate, soft lyrics. Coming a long way …

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