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Only You’s ‘Let Me Burn’ – Song of the Day

Song Of The Day

We’ve had the chance to talk about Only You in the past, impatiently waiting for something more to come from Rachel Fannan’s too-good-to-pass-by LA project. Finally, a few months ago, a couple of…


My Morning Jacket’s ‘The Waterfall’ – Album Review

Album Reviews

My Morning Jacket has been putting out records since 1998 with this year’s The Waterfall marking their seventh studio album. Despite their limited commercial success My Morning Jacket has built a diehard following…

The Staves If I Was Review

The Staves’ ‘If I Was’ – Album Review

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The trio of sisters known as The Staves first made a splash stateside with their stunning harmonies and tender acoustic-folk tunes. Their first couple EP’s were stunning, both in lyrics and melody, but…


Finding Joy in Misery – Seth Avett & Jessica Lea ...

Concerts Featured

Cover Bands. It seems every musician and music fan has an opinion upon them. Either they’re a fun way of experiencing live music from musicians / acts that would be hard or impossible…

modest mouse strangers to ourselves

Modest Mouse’s Intriguing Way of Promoting their New Album

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Modest Mouse recently performed quite the interesting experiment on us all, leading up to the March 17th release of their new album Stranger to Ourselves. They decided to see if a new way…

Talent-Night-at-the-Ashram review

Sonny and the Sunsets’ Talent Night at the Ashram R...

Album Reviews

Amidst the exodus of the San Francisco’s once-vibrant garage rock scene, Sonny and the Sunsets have stayed behind to brave the fog (and rising rent prices). For the past half-decade, the group has…

Red Bull Bull Sound Select Presents: New York City - Concert Review

Red Bull’s Sound Select Series @ Brooklyn – Concert Review


One Writer’s Experience at the Red Bull Sound Select Presents Concert in Brooklyn that Featured Aye Nako, Riley Walker, Beach Slang, and Hop Along. I have a good friend who sends out emails…

Ben Howard Philadelphia Concert

Ben Howard @ The Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC – Concert Review


The Hammerstein Ballroom is venue of contradictions, with a high ceiling boasting hand painted cherubs above the multi-level balcony seating and then a minimalist aesthetic of exposed lighting fixtures above the stage. When…

The Decemberists What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World review

The Decemberists’ ‘What a Terrible World, What a...


After a long four-year wait, folk indie rockers The Decemberists, impress with their new album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World. After this substantial recording hiatus lead singer Colin Meloy sounds…

Dr Dog Live At Flamingo Hotel Album Review

Dr. Dog’s ‘Live at the Flamingo Hotel’ – Album Review

Album Reviews

In this 19-song live adventure of an album, Dr. Dog deftly weaves in and out of various albums, from Toothbrush to B-Room, featuring an assortment of their hits, such as “Broken Heart”, “Shadow…

Manchester Orchestra at cumberland caverns

Manchester Orchestra at Cumberland Caverns – Concert Review


The particulars of this show might seem off-putting at first, if you didn’t know one little detail. It began at 3pm, on a Saturday. The venue was 90 min away from the nearest…

The Rural Alberta Advantage

The Rural Alberta Advantage & their Recent NYC Concert


The Rural Alberta Advantage formed back in 2005 from a collection of open mic attendees at Toronto’s now closed Winchester, since then the band has released three full length albums and an EP….