An Interview With Unsigned Band Of The Month, The Stolen: Euphoric Thoughts

For many years, The Stolen has been a band name that the Tri-State Area, and even further, has been very familiar with. The New Jersey quartet made up of Dom Cuce, brothers Mike and Rob Chiarappa, and Kevin Smart have been touring and constantly putting out new music while always …

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Shoreworld: Peter Prasa – Poets & Heroes

If you asked Peter Prasa about his place in the world, he’d probably say he wasn’t born for these times. But everyone he’s touched is grateful for his experienced life views and his musical works. Peter Prasa is a singer-songwriter that plays all the instruments in the studio. And while …

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Rant’n’Roll: Alternative Americana, The Return Of The Prodigal Son, Prog-Blues, Samba, Banjo Deluxe, The Hook & The Almighty Ju

Tolerance Ends Love Begins, the self-released third CD by North Carolina indie co-operative Pinkerton Raid, is a family affair. Eleven musicians—on synthesizers, Hammond B-3, trombone, trumpet, drums, banjo, acoustic/electric guitars and vocals—accent the songs of three talented siblings. Jesse and Katie Deconto are the twin lead vocalists while …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Coco Montoya, Sheryl Crow, Twin Forks, and More

Coco Montoya/B.B. King Blues Club & Grill/April 18, 2017

Coco Montoya, born Henry Montoya in Santa Monica, California, began playing drums at age 11 and guitar at age 13. As a young adult, he played drums in local bands until he was recruited into Albert Collins’ blues band in the …

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North Jersey Notes: The Cringe, Downshallow, Seas Of Wake, and More

THE CRINGE—New York City

Sometimes these sponsored posts on Facebook actually work. Otherwise, I may have never stumbled across the band The Cringe from New York City. These guys are cool as hell! I’ve heard their song “Anything You Say” on SiriusXM and didn’t realize it was them until just …

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Kam on Film: ‘A Quiet Passion,’ ‘Black Site Delta,’ and What’s New in Theaters

A Quiet Passion

Music Box Films / Hurricane Films

Rated PG-13 for mature themes, disturbing images and suggestive material

Cynthia Nixon Delivers Exquisite Depiction Of Poet Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) had less than a dozen of her 1,800 poems published, while she was still alive. Since she was only …

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An Interview With Mayday Parade: Dominating The Decades

Florida, a state that has a reputation as the land of transplants and alligators, has given us plenty of noteworthy bands—take Mayday Parade for example. 11 years ago, the band came to life in the Sunshine State and hasn’t stopped awing their fans since. Now, Jeremy Lenzo (bass), Brooks Betts …

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An Interview With Ludacris: The Fate Of The Furious Interview

The multi-talented Chris “Ludacris” Bridges has enjoyed a remarkable career. As a recording artist, Bridges has sold more than 15 million albums domestically, thanks to the blockbuster success of such singles as “Stand Up,” “Get Back,” “Southern Hospitality,” “Number One Spot,” “Money Maker” and “My Chick Bad.”

All of these …

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An Interview With Emarosa: On Cloud Nine

Emarosa has been through it: forming, crashing, rebuilding and now—dominating. Picking up the pieces that former members left behind, the band found new life in Bradley Walden, and what resulted was a perfect formula that highlights each member’s musical talents. Focused and more determined than ever, Emarosa’s 131 shattered any …

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An Interview With Lisa Bouchelle: Lipstick Tomboy Hittin’ The Scene

Lisa Bouchelle is living up to her reputation as one of the hardest working musicians in the New Jersey music scene. In between a gig schedule that often sees her doing four or five local shows a week, heading out to do tour dates opening for major acts, and constantly …

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