William Close: Giant Proportions

For the past few years, William Close and his collective have been touring behind the world’s largest stringed instrument ever created, the Earth Harp. Designed by Close himself, the Earth Harp’s strings jet out from the body of the instrument, which rests onstage, out over the audience—thus implementing the architecture …

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Oh Wonder: Oh Success!

The London indie pop duo, Oh Wonder, have proved themselves to be masters of viral marketing, having released a new song every month on their SoundCloud account in the year leading up the release of their self-titled debut album. Lead single “Without You” is the perfect showcase for chief …

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The Trews: Rising In The States

Canadian hard rockers, The Trews, may not be a familiar name to many on this side of the border, but in their homeland they’ve experienced great success with their five studio albums and 16 Top 10 singles. Additionally, their latest self-titled record came out in April of last year …

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Art Exhibition: 150 Years After The Civil War

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The ideas reflected in Groya’s paintings express a conversation about struggle for equal rights in our culture, in our time. The origin of this struggle can be traced to The Civil War in our country, which ended 150 years ago. The outcome of that war preserved the union. …

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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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Cass McCombs: A Real Folk Vet

            Cass McCombs is one of those artists that perpetually sounds so fresh, it’s easy forget how long they’ve been making music. Since 2002, McCombs has been crafting quality psychedelic power-pop in the vein of everyone from The Eagles to Devendra Banhart. In addition to releasing eight full-length albums in that …

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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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Cauldron: Returning But Not In Ruin

Toronto’s Cauldron sounds as if they never got the memo that the golden age of heavy metal ended over 20 years ago. “No Return/In Ruin,” the lead single and first track off their upcoming album, In Ruin, shares the same DNA as all those classic Iron Maiden, Metallica, and …

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