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Album Review: Trip the Light Fantastic by Fonteyn

There’s a quality to the music that’s reminiscent of an impressionist painting – like if Van Gogh painted during a sunny day at the boardwalk.

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Interviews

Adam Hartshorn: Finding Peace Through Presence

“If this music helps one person to slow down, to exist with more gratitude, and live life more intentionally, then it is a success.”

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Interviews

Premiere: Poet Bones Explores the Death Cry of a Crow in New Documentary

“If you can make someone feel good with two chords? That’s cool.”

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Album Review: Overzealous EP by Foreign Figures

The band has cultivated their sound further in the years since this EP’s release. In retrospect, this has proven a solid jumping off point for the group.

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Album Review: Health Care Self Titled LP

For Fans of: Guns and Roses, AC/DC, Evanescence, Bon Jovi, Metallica

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Album Review: Strangest Congregations by Andrew Wiscombe

Andrew has seen the ugliness of some of life’s worst moments. It colors his songs of beauty with an appreciative radiance, and it colors his songs of pain with a brutal truthfulness.

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Interviews

From Gamer to Game Composer: An Interview With J. Scott Rakozy

His career so far has proved the old adage: success is when opportunity meets preparation.

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Album Review: Curse The Day I Act My Age by Suit Up, Soldier

A work 6 years in the making, this LP is centered around themes of youthful innocence and energy and chock-full of passionate guitar riffs and epic drum beats.

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Album Review: Nomad by Jumpmonk

This record is a ripe peach containing groovy, syncopated drum patterns and succulent, hypnotic synth and piano melodies.

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News

Velour Summer 2022 Battle of the Bands Recap – Night 4

See who won at the first sold-out show of the week!