Gold Motel: California Sunshine

Former The Hush Sound singer Greta Morgan began working on a solo project in 2009 after the band took a hiatus. She later joined forces with fellow musicians Dan Duzsynski, Matt Minx, Adam Coldhouse and Eric Hehr to form Gold Motel. Their sunny pop California sound is upbeat and …

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Lower Dens: No Longer Solo

The folk indie band Lower Dens are embarking on their first headlining tour this month. The group recently released a new album, Nootropics, on Ribbon Music. The combination of dark, eerie music and dreary, haunting vocals create a diverse indie sound. Singer Jana Hunter has such a diverse voice, …

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The Allman Brothers Band: Eat A Peach

Southern blues rockers The Allman Brothers Band are co-headlining six shows with the legendary guitarist, Carlos Santana, starting July 22. You can catch them in New York at Jones Beach on July 24 and at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on July 25. In addition, the group will …

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Niyaz: Mediterranean Influence

The Iranian trio Niyaz are coming to the States this month. Their sound is very Mediterranean and cultural, with influences from all over the world. The band’s goal is to showcase the struggle to maintain identity in religious atmospheres throughout Middle Eastern territories. Niyaz means “yearning” in Persian and Urdu. …

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Kyler England: Electric Hum

Singer-songwriter Kyler England was on a mission to write another album, and with the help of her fans, Electric Hum was born. Her Pledge Music Campaign offered fans free goodies such as ringtones, a free CD, Polaroid collages from making the album and more. In return, her fans willingly funded …

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Owl City: It’s Always A Good Time

Electronic pop artist Adam Young, known as Owl City, has created a massive fanbase for himself. His steady incline of popularity began in 2009 with the single “Fireflies.” He’s even graced The Aquarian Weekly cover in the past. Now in 2012, Owl City is touring all over the world. …

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Beat Connection: Connect With The Funk

Psychedelic pop group Beat Connection are playing in Brooklyn at the Knitting Factory on July 5. This Seattle-based group began when Jordan Koplowitz and Reed Juenger met in college during their freshman year at the University Of Washington. It started off as a mutual appreciation for music, and continued …

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The Chariot: Long Live The Chariot

If you need a large dose of heavy metal and hardcore bands, The Chariot are playing the Scream It Like You Mean It Tour with Oceano, Volumes, The Acacia Strain and more on July 5 at Irving Plaza and July 8 at the Trocadero Theatre. The festival travels from …

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Novalima: ¡Viva La Peru!

Novalima, a Latin alternative, Afro-Peruvian group is coming to the U.S. with intentions of making a name for themselves in the States. They are playing in New York on July 8 at Sounds Of Brazil. Their reggae, jazz, Latin and salsa beats make them a diverse group of …

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Bottle Cap Rockets: Blasting Off

New Jersey indie rock band Bottle Cap Rockets are playing three shows in New York this summer. Before their formation in 2009, singer-songwriter Al Gross sold his works to Universal Music, who used his songs on shows such as Monk and Cold Case. Bass player Chris Wolfe and drummer …

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