Mat Kearney: Plenty Of Heart And Beats

With the single release of “Heartbeat,” Mat Kearney has showcased some pretty refreshing dance moves in his new video. What can you then expect out of a live performance? You can find out on March 24 at Best Buy Theater as part of his Just Kids tour. With his album …

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Elliot Moss: Highspeeds For NY Native

At only 21 years old, Elliot Moss is already doing big things. This singer, songwriter and producer from New York will be releasing his debut album, Highspeeds, on April 21. His single “I Can’t Swim” is upbeat and electronic despite the dark and hopeless lyrics. He’s built quite a …

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Trophy Scars: Vacancy

For more than a decade, Morristown, New Jersey’s Trophy Scars have played in our renowned venues that make the music scene so colossal. And with the return of one of the most beloved, Maxwell’s Tavern, in Hoboken, rock is very well alive. They will be returning to the venue …

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Gary Hoey: Rock ‘N’ Blues

With over two decades of experience, Gary Hoey refuses to stop doing what he loves. From a young age this now world-famous rocker would skip classes to practice his guitar playing skills. Already holding an extensive discography under his belt, his latest release, Deja Blues, blends the sound of …

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The Fab Faux: Better Than The Beatles

The Fab Faux knows every single song The Beatles ever recorded, almost 300 of ‘em. To experience these songs performed live with the musicianship of these particular gentlemen, is to experience them anew. It’s not a clone band. They don’t don wigs and affect Brit accents. It’s akin to a …

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Beach Slang: To Be Young

Recently signed to Polyvinyl Records, Philadelphia’s Beach Slang are quickly gaining momentum in popularity. Having previously released two EPs in 2014, Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street and Who Would Ever Want Something So Broken, fans are eagerly awaiting the band’s full-length album to debut later this year. …

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Ben Ottewell: Heading To The Shoreline Once Again

Singer and guitarist of the British band Gomez, Ben Ottewell has released his second solo album, Rattlebag, this past fall. With Ottewell’s distinct voice and soothing guitar melodies, Rattlebag is an album of hopeful and uplifting songs sure to make anybody close their eyes and sway along. The song …

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Camane and Dead Combo: Portuguese Groundbreakers Coming To U.S.

Camané and Dead Combo, two passionate fado musicians from Portugal, will be making their first and only U.S. appearance together this month. Camané, who has sold over six million CDs and previously won the Grande Noite do Fado (Great Fado Night) honor at only 12 years old, will …

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Daddy Tapes Benefit: Heart To Heart

Music is the power with which we create something beautiful. What happens when musicians take music a step further for use of the greater good? I think Bill Popp can tell you a thing or two about music philanthropy. For almost 30 years, Bill Popp has hosted an annual benefit …

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ohnomoon: Trust Your Eyes And Ears

Releasing their first EP on March 10, New York City’s shoegazing indie rock group ohnomoon make their debut with VVV. Vocals from Kat Lee are entrancing and haunting yet upbeat with lyrics like, “Run if you can/But if you leave they’ll follow you,” from their track “Silver Sea.” Each …

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