Autumn In June: Autumn In June

Everything about Autumn In June is refreshing and genuine. Even the name holds value, acting as a symbol of his feelings of disconnect and uncompromising individualism. His debut, self-entitled album does the same. A far cry from the rap and hip-hop typical to his South Central home, Autumn In June …

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Jake Tavill: Indigo Child

Blues artists are known for their undeniable soulfulness, boasting of struggle and heartbreak. In modern times when pop music often dominates the masses, such artists are difficult to come by among the younger crowd. Yet Jake Tavill’s debut album, Indigo Child, is a refreshing blend of deep, moody blues …

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Within The Ruins: Phenomena

Out with the old and in with the new. The saying may be common, but metalcore band Within The Ruins have set out to prove that it doesn’t mean there isn’t room for compromise. Much like their sound, a dynamic blend of metal and electronic, Within The Ruins are able …

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Your Ultimate Guide To Record Store Day Black Friday

With the holidays just around the corner, the dreaded search to find the best gifts is on. Thankfully, this year you don’t need to search far. Record Store Day, widely known to be in April, also has a second day dedicated to those with a passion for records. This year’s …

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Fit For A King: A Kingdom Reclaimed

Only a year after dropping their debut album, Christian metal band Fit For A King are on a nationwide tour hot off the release of their latest record, Slave To Nothing. Featuring their signature metallic vibe, and deep, questioning themes, Slave To Nothing boasts heavy-hitting breakdowns comprised of aggressive …

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Better Than Ezra: All Together Now

Some bands may be intimidated by the need to consistently put out progressively fresh music that still manages to attract a dedicated fanbase. Better Than Ezra have proven they are not one of those bands with the release of All Together Now. Their eighth album gives their signature alternative …

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New Orleans Suspects: Ouroboros

Heavily impacted by the city that brought them together, the New Orleans Suspects have always drawn from their origins for the funky Southern rock style, and the direction of their music. And with the release of their third album, Ouroboros, you can feel the connection to their New Orleans …

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Dina Regine: Vintage-Fueled Ride

Already a known DJ and photographer, Dina Regine is now stepping up her musical aesthetic with her new album, Right On, Alright. In her latest record, Regine, who has previously performed for Keith Richards and The Dalai Lama, blends aspects of modern pop with R&B and flawlessly adds a …

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Aaron Behrens And The Midnight Stroll: Growing Through Time

Lead singer of Ghostland Observatory, Aaron Behrens has embarked on a new musical project with the formation of Aaron Behrens And The Midnight Stroll. They are currently on tour following the release of their self-titled debut EP. A far departure from Behrens’ electro-funk vibes, the EP illustrates a fusion …

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Jessie Kilguss: An Endless Sprawl

New York based singer-songwriter Jessie Kilguss is back with the release of her fourth album, Devastate Me. A former actress, Kilguss has redirected her passion into a fluid and poised record. Her flawless lyrical and melodic aesthetic relays uncompromising emotion in a light and flowing style. Kilguss will be …

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