The Milk Carton Kids: A Harmonizing Pair

Joey Ryan and Kenneth Pattengale of Los Angeles came together and joined their guitars with their voices to create what has become an incredibly talented, Grammy-nominated duo called The Milk Carton Kids. Their polished harmonies and acoustic brilliance are what define the indie folk pair. Monterey is their latest …

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Darlingside: Birds Say To Listen

Four musicians came together when they were just students at Williams College to write songs and sing together during their years of study. Now, 10 years later we have the Massachusetts-based band Darlingside. The quartet have taken ‘60s folk influences and combined them with their own harmonies and arrangements …

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Parachute: Can’t Help Loving Them

Parachute is a pop rock band that even if you don’t think you know their music, you probably do. Through the releases of many mesmerizing songs since their beginning about 10 years ago, the trio have put out passionate songs like “She Is Love” and “Kiss Me Slowly” that are …

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Iration: 867 Reasons To Listen

Reggae is not a genre that we often see influencing alternative rock bands today, which is what makes Iration extraordinary. Although all of the band members are originally from Hawaii, the band emerges from California. The five-piece have put out vibey surf jams that represent peace and love through not …

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The Raven Age: Dawn Of The Raven

The Raven Age is creating quite a buzz in the metal community.

After its self-titled 2014 EP performed well on the Amazon.com charts, the UK-based band has been touring hard in Europe, including opening slots for Mastodon and Gojira.

The group, which purveys a heavy, modern metal sound with melodic …

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Joe Satriani: Big Bad Guitarist

In the ‘80s, we were introduced to Joe Satriani and his guitar and little did we know that he would still be a huge name 30 years later. Known for his incredible electric guitar expertise, the past few decades have been nothing but productive for Joe Satriani. With over 15 …

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The Machine: Legends Tributing Legends

The Machine has been forging the works of Pink Floyd for 26 years and has become arguably America’s favorite tribute show to the legendary rock band. The quartet have dedicated their efforts to portraying an accurate performance of their best possible mix of songs from the 15 albums Pink Floyd …

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Cardiknox: They’re Back!

It was just about two months ago that I was updating you on Cardiknox’s whereabouts, but I’m back because they’re back! After the Los Angeles duo’s last run with The Kooks, Carly Rae Jepsen invited them to support her tour after enjoying their upbeat and colorful dance-pop music. The …

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Telegram (UK): Glam Punk Rockers

London is a place known for originating punk rock music, and though people are always saying that “real” punk rock is dead, Telegram comes straight from London and confirms that it’s not. They give off the classic punk glam in both their personas and through their music, but in the …

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Experiment 34: No Longer Strangers

It’s always refreshing to hear about new bands from New Jersey and Experiment 34 is one of them. Although they were previously known as The Strangers., their new name is allowing for a new beginning, but with the same punch they had before and more. Their psychedelic type of alternative …

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