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Tidelines: a fresh sound from the Sound

Here’s a little tip: If you want me to cover your band, a great way to secure that is to compliment my band merch at a show. Especially my Circa joggers. Definitely compliment my Circa joggers and casually mention that your band is like Circa

Bandcamp Adventures 11: #Emo

The Emo tag is definitely something that has been prevalent throughout most of my previous bandcamp adventures. Something that can encompass a wide spectrum of sounds (not emo as a genre), the emo bandcamp tag should be a gold mind. So check out some bands

“Patience is a Virtue That Should be Exercised Liberally”- Interview with Tom Weaver of Casey

This alternative band from South Wales, UK is taking the music scene by storm. Having just released their debut full length, Love Is Not Enough, Casey is eager for the reactions on this very personal album. With the attention to detail and love of the

Bandcamp Adventures 10: #IndieRock

After a long break (again) Bandcamp Adventures are back! This week, we’ll be looking a the Indie Rock tag. Something that I’m recently getting into after finally listening to bands like From Indian Lakes and Lydia. Expect a lot of music in this list resembling

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: The Fame Riot

It’s hard to pinpoint the type of music The Fame Riot make. It’s part pop, electronic, alternative…the genre lines are blurry with this duo and it’s for the better. They’re on the come up with a new single, “Heart Stray”, which was released at the end of

Shadowplay – Almost Lifelike [Review]

 Featured image by Reji B. Photography This review has been a long time coming. Ever since I featured this release on my Post Hardcore Bandcamp Adventures this has been in the works. Life has happened and pushed it back quite a few times, but here it

Talking Forever Premiere New Single, “Shirt Waist”

Houston has always been one of those places where great rock bands are born. Talking Forever is no exception. This alternative rock group is equal parts emotional and aggressive. The sound somehow manages to be accessible to anyone who likes music in general. After releasing

Interview With Mark de Lang (H.E.M.I.S.P.H.E.R.E. Music)

Most of the time Facebook groups or event invites are something we see so often that we disregard them. I’d say in most cases we’re justified in doing so. Things tend to get repetitive and opinions overshadow real conversation. Imagine if someone created a Facebook

North Carolina Alternative Trio FS Shares Solid New Single, “Almost There”

You could spend every second of every day seeking out new music and still have more artists and bands to check out tomorrow, yet people complain all the time that there’s no good, new music out there. Remember in Bruce Almighty when Bruce created “Yahweeeh” to