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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, ...
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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 curren...
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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...
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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...
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Thank You Scientist: Scientific Sounds

Hailing from Montclair, NJ, Thank You Scientist boasts a unique sound that combines the punk-prog-metal vibe of bands like Coheed And Cambria with elegant string and horn arrangements that, at times, sound like...
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Everything Ever: Reaching Solid Ground

New York punks, Everything Ever, in many ways, truly embody the whole 21st century pop-punk ethos. They’ve got their lyrics about apathy, boredom, and attempts at self-improvement. Musically, their songs altern...
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Lettuce: Doin’ It Like They Do

For over two decades, Lettuce of Boston have been combining funk, soul, and hip-hop to create their own sound that many people have grown to love. Their fourth studio album, Crush, released on Nov. 6, shows a l...
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A Sunny Day In Glasgow: A Sunny Dream

            A Sunny Day In Glasgow took a radically different approach to recording their latest double EP, Planning Weed Like It’s Acid/Life Is Loss. While their previous release, Sea When Absent, was the culm...
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