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Album Review: When My Heart Felt Volcanic by The Aces

The Aces’ debut is exceptionally strong for a first effort. The band is well produced, nearly all the songs are very catchy, and the band proves why they deserved a shot at the big time.

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Album Review: Wildflower by The National Parks

This record strikes a perfect balance between expressing the discomfort of uncertainty and inspiring hope that we are strong enough to thrive regardless.

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News

EXCLUSIVE: Sky Olson Has A Lot To Say On “Oxygen”

For fans of John Mayer, Joey Landreth, Tyrone Wells

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EXCLUSIVE: Cherish DeGraaf Debuts New Music Video for “Garden of Eden”

Filmed, directed, and edited by Juan Palamino and Dustin Landon, it features lush greenery evocative of the eponymous garden.

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News

Soundhouse Big Noise Festival Begins Tomorrow

With over 5,000 students and alumni, this is a local talent incubator of massive scale.

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Interviews

Angels, Demons, and Electronica: An Interview With Arcangelo il Demoni

“I wrote this first story to act as an allegorical way to kind of establish new ground where I can really develop my true self. A way that I could really own my own story and become triumphant.”

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Album Review: Unlucky by The Solarists

In six songs The Solarists are able to capture the essence of their sound: catchy guitar riffs, memorable lyrics, and some good old fashioned instrumental solos.

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Album Review: Harpers – Self Titled LP

Harpers’ debut self-titled album is very deliberate – like a tapestry that weaves together contrasting “colors” to create a greater, more diverse picture.

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Album Review: Baby Days by Kambree

For fans of: Antarctigo Vespucci, twenty øne piløts, Diet Cig

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Album Review: To Love Someone by Cardinal Bloom

These songs exhibit a broad range of sound that shows you exactly what this band is capable of.