Young Rising Sons: High Hopes

Signed to Interscope Records, Young Rising Sons is an upcoming alternative rock band from Red Bank, New Jersey. Their self-titled EP includes their lead single “High,” which you may have already heard either on the NHL Awards, Fox’s Red Band Society, or ABC’s Selfie. While still relatively new, …

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Electric Wizard: The Heaviest Of Heavy Metal

Electric Wizard, the doom metal band hailing from England, have recently released their latest album, Time To Die. Forming in 1993, this band has more than enough experience and a dedicated following. Previous albums like Dopethrone and Witchcult Today are considered classics in the heavy metal genre. The …

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The Ting Tings: Disco Dynamos

Known for their songs “Shut Up And Let Me Go” and “That’s Not My Name,” British duo The Ting Tings are bringing electronic dance-punk back to the States. Their latest album, Super Critical, is a fun, modern disco-influenced album. Each track is catchy and infectious in its own unique …

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Suzy Bogguss: Somewhere Between Suzy And Lucky

From performing in a small Illinoisan church choir, to releasing over 30 singles, Suzy Bogguss has been loved for decades. She is synonymous with legendary female country singer, having started off playing in small cafes to becoming the first woman to play sets in Dollywood. Her latest album release, Lucky

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Joshua Bell: Fiddler Friend

A man that needs no introduction, Joshua Bell will be performing at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, NJ as part of the Benzel Busch Concert Series. Why stop at musician? He is a masterful violinist, conductor, and Grammy Award winner who also released a children’s book. While Bach …

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George Winston: Music For A Mission

Michiganian George Winston is widely known not only for his wonderful piano skills, and not even for the plethora of albums he’s released since Ballads And Blues. A solo pianist and kindhearted benefactor, his greatest accomplishments lie in his eagerness and consistency to give back to medical research and …

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The Lone Bellow: City Of Rustic

The Lone Bellow comes as a pleasant surprise for those who thought there wasn’t a country scene in New York City. With the triad already set for playing a packed show at The Bowery Ballroom on March 25, that scene is very well alive. This year has already proved …

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MOURN: Candy-Coated Haunts

Can you imagine the nervousness that MOURN must feel, releasing their self-titled debut album last month, as well as their upcoming premiere in the U.S.? Probably not as jarring as we may think, because vocalists Carla Pérez Fas and Jazz Rodríguez Bueno seem to carry the band with a punkish, …

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Kat Edmonson: Not Just A Rainy Day Woman

Kat Edmonson, the vintage pop artist from Brooklyn, is no stranger to success. You may have heard her throwback, upbeat sound in several different television shows, commercials and movie soundtracks such as the Tina Fey film Admission. Her new album, The Big Picture, not only showcases her …

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Katrina Leskanich: Solo Star

Remember the song “Walking On Sunshine” that swept the ‘80s and ‘90s pop charts? Can you also recall Katrina Leskanich’s fiery voice? After a 10-year hiatus and 30 years since the popular hit, she has returned to the U.S., with a new album and tour on her shoulders. Solo album …

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