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Lake Street Dive Opens Up About New LP Side Pony

Lake Street Dive (who we spotlighted back in 2013) has garnered attention both as a tenacious live act, playing over 300 dates in the last two years, as well as for their strong a cappella covers on YouTube of The Jackson Five’s “I Want You Back” and “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The quartet of Rachael Price (vocals), […]Read More »

Dan Hubbard Premieres New Track “Tired of Loving You”

Performer is proud to premiere the new track by Dan Hubbard entitled “Tired of Loving You.” Here’s what the artist has to say about the new song: “What sounds like a breakup song is actually about being frustrated with people in general. I was feeling taken advantage of.  We’re told to love one another, but […]Read More »

Catching up with G. Love and Special Sauce

G. Love and Special Sauce On Pursuing Musical Innovation Through Relentless Collaboration You can walk just about anywhere in Boston and stumble into a good Irish pub. If you’re lucky, it’s a good Irish pub that believes in a clean bar top, a dirty floor, and good tunes. The Tam O’Shanter used to be that […]Read More »

TWO FRIENDS: How to Successfully Engage a Passionate Fan Base

TWO FRIENDS How to Cultivate an Online Persona & Successfully Engage a Passionate Fan Base From the rise of PLUR culture to the genre’s integration into the mainstream musical consciousness, modern electronic dance music has made its name on friendliness and inclusion. So it only seems natural that LA-based production duo Two Friends is on […]Read More »

COVER STORY: Dressy Bessy Is Back With New Album "Kingsized"

DRESSY BESSY Using the Comfort of a Home Studio to Kickstart Creativity After a Recording Hiatus To get a band to connect personally and professionally takes time and balance. After a seven year hiatus, Dressy Bessy is back and making their Yep Rock Records label debut with the album KINGSIZED. “If you can get a […]Read More »

FIRST LISTEN: The Relevant Elephants "Rock n' Roll Band" Track Premiere

We’ve been told by The Relevant Elephants (read our interview with them from our July issue) that this is the single greatest song in the history of rock n roll. So it is with great pleasure that we premiere the Boston band’s new track, “Rock n’ Roll Band.” “We wanted to make a self-aware song weighing […]Read More »

First Listen: “Rabbit Hole” by Scary Little Friends

Performer is stoked to be premiering the new track “Rabbit Hole” by Scary Little Friends, a cool San Francisco band we’re really digging. The “Silent Revolution” EP by Scary Little Friends arrives on January 29th, 2016 from Randm Records. Enjoy, and sound off in the comments below! ABOUT THE TRACK: How we can cope in a world that is changing too fast for […]Read More »

A Soundtrack of Black Love by Shirlette Ammons

I’m a firm believer in the power of music to build and destroy, to inspire and incite, to chronicle and change. Technically, I’ve been making music for most of my life (since I was at least 5 years old) growing up in rural North Carolina surrounded by so much love and Blackness, that I was […]Read More »

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