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Listen to Iris Gold’s “All I Really Know”

November 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

I’m a fan of fusions, whether it’s fusion cuisine or when music genres are fused with another. Enter Iris Gold and her welcoming world of “hippie-hop.” It’s the perfect amalgamation of the soul-baring and earthiness of a bohemian spirit and the fierce confidence of how [Read More...]

The Vaccines are Coming Back With a New Album

November 22, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Vaccines have announced their new album and a UK tour. The band’s fourth record, and follow-up to 2015’s English Graffiti, is called Combat Sports and will be released on 30th March. Combat Sports is the band’s first record with their new line-up, after the departure of drummer Pete [Read More...]

Bunbury Festival Tickets On Sale Now!

November 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

Cincinnati’s three-day Bunbury Festival is back! The dates for 2018 are June 1-3 and you can get your 2018 tickets now. We love this nice little festival and can’t wait to see the lineup. Get your early bird tickets now for $169 [Read More...]

Song Of The Day: The Academic ” Why Can’t We Be Friends “

November 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

Currently, on tour with The Kooks all over Europe, The Academic has just released a new single, Why Can’t We Be Friends, which is taken from their upcoming debut album, Tales From The Backseat, out in January. Listen below:   We were able to catch up with The Academic while they were on [Read More...]

Watch St. Vincent’s Video for “Pills”

November 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

St. Vincent has released New York and Los Ageless from her new album, Masseduction. Annie Clark’s latest release comes in the form of the Philippa Price-directorial of Pills which showcases half-human, half-robot humanoids that dance around in ’50s era clothing with futuristic garb. It [Read More...]

Listen to L.A. Salami’s “Terrorism (The Isis Crisis)”

November 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

London-based troubadour L.A.Salami is reminiscent of a mashup of Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix, chronicling personal struggles with politically and socially charged lyricism over blustering guitar riffs with a bluesy infusion but also have a garage rock sound that is enchanting. L.A. Salami marks his [Read More...]

Listen to Cherryade’s “My Town”

November 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

It’s always a good day when Cherryade are involved and to have a new track from them to blow up your speakers with their new single My Town is what Ice Cube was talking about in a Good Day. Cherryade has perfected their aura of musical gumption with fun and frivolity that make for the best [Read More...]
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