Broken Water: Wrought

Going on their seventh year together, Broken Water, a band from Olympia, Washington, have pulled together a new album. This trio knows how to take turns; they all take on the role of vocalist at one point or another. The members are guitarist Jon, drummer Kanako, and bassist Abigail. Jon …

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New Music Seminar @ Wyndham New Yorker Hotel

MANHATTAN, NY—Every June a range of professionals, consisting of everyone from fresh new artists budding with demos in hand to CEOs, trek their way to NYC for the annual New Music Seminar exuberant to share their wealth of knowledge. With their love of music uniting them under one roof, the …

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Hayden: Hey Love

Sometimes it can fall into the cliché territory, but can you think of something that has been so withstanding in music as love? It can be considered a common denominator in the music world; it has stood the test of time and can be heard throughout the most varying genres. …

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The Aquarian Weekly’s 2015 Summer Concert Guide

Summer has the unique ability to be dubbed “concert season.” When longer days, warmer temperatures, and summer vacations from school happen all at the same time, it makes for a great opportunity for musical acts to hit the road and for festivals to pop up all over. Summer 2015 will …

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Ohio Sky: The Big Distraction

Cleveland-based band Ohio Sky has a new record titled The Big Distraction. The quartet’s sophomore album promises to be a new direction for the group. Their history includes a debut album release, plenty of live performances and a few EPs, including This House Is Old And Full Of Ghosts

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Strung Out: Black Maps To Nowherseville

Long-running punk band Strung Out are finally ready to release new work. Their new record, Transmission.Alpha.Delta, is the result of the past five years and features 12 new tracks. Songs like “Nowheresville” and “The Animal And The Machine” solidify their continuous mastery of the punk rock aesthetic. The West …

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Deaf Rhino: If They Could, They Would

Rockers from North Jersey, Deaf Rhino will make their official debut with their LP, Dirt Rust Chaos. In order to celebrate they will perform with The Battery Electric and Deal Casino at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ on May 15. As a result of self-proclaimed do-it-yourself booking and distribution, the …

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Sean Rowe: Looking For The Madman

Singer-songwriter Sean Rowe continues to produce music with a new album, Madman, which continues his tradition of nature-inspired music. His debut album, The Salesman And The Shark, was the result of an unconventional writing process of a 24-day excursion in nature. On the new record, the energetic and intense …

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Tom Keifer: The Way Solo Life Goes

Best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist for blues rock band Cinderella, Tom Keifer will be making his solo debut this April with the release of his album, The Way Life Goes. Keifer certainly keeps the influence of his former experience in his new work, as heard in …

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The Skints: They’ve Come To You

The Skints, a breakout reggae group from the U.K., are making their way to the U.S. to promote their new record, FM. This is the quartet’s third full-length release, and they also delivered an EP between their second and third albums. Led by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Marcia Richards, …

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