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Leftover Cuties: Read All About

The Prohibition era was a remarkable time period, but from a logistics standpoint, it doesn’t seem like one worth visiting. However, if a trip to the world of Gatsby is what you desire, and a flux capacitor is ...
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The Aristocrats: A Family Act

The Aristocrats are, quite simply, an instrumental group made up of guitarist Guthrie Govan (who recorded and toured with Asia), bassist Bryan Beller (of the Dethklok touring band), and drummer Marco Minnemann....
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Aidan Knight: Coming To America

British Columbian folk songwriter Aidan Knight, backed by the other four members of his self-titled string and horn quintet, made his U.S. debut with the release of his second full-length, Small Reveal, on July...
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Star & Dagger: Desert Approved

Released on July 23, Tomorrowland Blues is the name of the debut album by Star & Dagger, a four-piece heavy metal band featuring Sean Yseult of White Zombie on bass and Donna She Wolf of Cycle Sluts From He...
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Crash Kings: Almost Royalty

Pianist/vocalist Antonio and bassist Mike Beliveau are brothers from Boston who formed Crash Kings in Los Angeles in 2006. Their deconstructed and guitar-free approach to music is as much punkish garage rock as...
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Bonerama: You Forgot The ‘Trom’

New Orleans has spawned plenty of brass-based groups, but Bonerama take the music of their home to a new level, and have reached the status of a full-fledged rock band rather than just a bunch of guys with horn...
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Heaven: Going Their Own Way

Telepathic Love, the first LP by Brooklyn-based outfit Heaven, drops July 30. The four-member dream-pop group was born in 2010 from a collaboration between Matt Sumrow and Mikey Jones, who solidified their part...