Laila Biali & The Radiance Project: Radiance Comes To New York

Laila Biali & The Radiance Project could easily be described as Colbie Caillat meets The Sgt. Pepper-era Beatles; she couples adult contemporary and indie roots with large-scale orchestral arrangements, creating something beautiful in the process. Biali has been nominated for and won several awards in Canada, and has toured …

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Geoff Rickly: Legend Returns To Landmark

Former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly has been keeping himself busy all these years, playing with United Nations and No Devotion, as well as maintaining a solo career. Rickly’s music takes on a much darker, more folk-influenced sound than his other projects, highlighting another side to his musical tastes and talents. …

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Rey Pila: Up For Seconds

Out of Mexico City and into Julian Casablanca’s Cult Records, Rey Pila has released their second installment, The Future Sugar. And although it took the band a year to fully adopt band members and become a quartet, they have created a buzz among indie rock fans. Members Diego Solórzano, …

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Ivan & Alyosha: Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Seattle folk-pop band Ivan & Alyosha have just released their sophomore album titled It’s All Just Pretend. The 11-track album (13-track deluxe edition) features the single “All This Wandering Around” highlighting the group’s catchy verses, feel-good instrumentation, and enriching harmonies. Other notable songs “Bury Me Deep” and “Something Is …

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Haste The Day: Rock And Rejoice

For more than a decade, fans of Haste The Day, have been genuinely supportive of the band. Despite their hiatus in 2011, they received donations which highly surpassed the goal for their new album, Coward. This awaiting installment is set to come out May 19. It may have …

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Peru: Peru Needs You

What do you get when you fuse genres like classic Motown, jazz, blues, and soul into a modern-day indie group? The answer is the Long Island, NY-based trio, Peru. The band consists of singer and guitarist Michael Desmond, bassist Thomas Costa, and drummer Jay Scalchunes. The group has just …

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METZ: Swallow You Whole

METZ have quite the overwhelming agenda. They just released METZ II, are on a complete North American tour (including their home turf and our northern neighbors), while constantly adding more live show dates. Alex Edkins, Hayden Menzies, and Chris Slorach make up the noisy rock group, all together with …

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William Fitzsimmons: Passion For Pittsburgh

Singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons is currently based out of Jacksonville, Illinois, but his heart remains in his hometown where he grew up of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. You may know him by his best-known works “Passion Play” and “Please Don’t Go.” Fitzsimmons will be releasing a seven-song mini-album titled Pittsburgh reminiscing on his …

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Folding The Pages: Here To Stay

Mike Carroll leads alternative band, Folding The Pages, from Bergen County. Alongside Mike Ford and Dylan Gadino, the trio is set to play a show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken. It’s been almost a year since the EP release of Lisa May, and it looks like they might also …

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Matt Pond PA: Several Years Later

True fans will never forget the most cherished albums of their favorite artists, even if it’s a decade later. Matt Pond PA is in the middle of the 10-year anniversary tour, in memory of the release of Several Arrows Later. Formed in the Tri-State Area, these shows are sure …

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