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The Mother Hips Release Sixth Album, The Crystal Flake

We all love the typical history of a successful band, even if it appears to be a mere fairy tale to the legions of other struggling musicians. You know the gist of it — start in a garage with a few friends, play at a few ...
 
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Dappled Cities Fly Tweak Their Name and Sound

The five members of Dappled Cities comfortably define themselves as a band who creates “oddball pop”. Oddball pop? Well, the particular specification seems to be getting more common by the day with bands like Daniel...

 
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Chris Berkner Marks the Beginning of Springtime

An album that recently caught my eye has been Chris Berkner‘s debut, Breathe Underwater. Not much is known about this multi-instrumentalist from Santa Cruz, California, though it appears that he prefers to let his music d...
 
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Pela: The Latest From Brooklyn

Pela defines themselves as the definitive “American rock ‘n roll band”. Placed in an era where fortune often originates from superficial aspects, Pela can wholeheartedly attribute their rising success to occup...

 
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The Voyces

Sometimes we all need a break from the riff slashing and rhythmic thumping attack of rock music. Even if it’s just a few minutes a week, the widespread definition of “relaxing music” can be enjoyable for even ...
 
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The Attachments and Their Bizarre Love Triangles!

Woman sure know how to break, create, and occupy the minds of young men everywhere. The four members of The Attachments have all been through their share of messy relationships, but fortunately, all four are obsessed musicians....

 
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The Parish

Over the past few years, it has been exemplified that marriage and music go quite well together. Just like the varied process of marriages, we’ve seen some come out successful and others come out flawed. From the fun catc...
 
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Minmae: An Album a Year Keeps the Fans From Tears

I’m not sure whether it’s the technology, the fast food, or just the lazy perspective in general. Whatever it is, there is no doubt that today’s musical artists produce less on a yearly basis than their forefa...

 
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Halou above your head, in your ears, and under your bed

Would it be considered cliché to meet your true love in an indie record store? Maybe in the movies, but to Rebecca and Ryan Coseboom it’s a reality. After meeting in Ryan’s father’s record store in 1992 in Sa...
 
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The Lisps are luckily coherent; Vaughn Trapp is no fan of George

As they themselves put it, The Lisps are a “cute” foursome out of the Bronx, NY. They are filled with confidence, wit, and exuberance as they present “loud and fun” music with their “extremely attr...