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“Even the Worst Gig Has a Silver Lining” – Interview with Indie Rockers Honestly Probably

Indie math rockers Honestly Probably out of Jensen Beach, FL mix catchy riffs and heavy drums in their new E.P. Wave and Leave. With lyrics like “I’ve got an awful day in mind something to hide behind til I’m with you tonight” the male/female shadowy vocals

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Valeluna

Texas won’t stop producing great bands. Valeluna is a progressive rock outfit from Houston who are yet another reason I feel like I should be living in TX. Affinity is the group’s second full length LP and manages to stand out with variations on the “post

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

Interview with Ideas (New York)

Having to deal with a lineup change is hard for a band. Most of the time their sound will be altered in very noticeable ways. A new drummer adds new flair to the feels and grooves in the pockets of songs. A new guitarist would

Chain Fest: 20-Year Anniversary Celebration Festival a Huge Success

I’ve only been in Los Angeles for a short period of time and it’s not taken me long to realize that the promotors and venues in the area know how to throw an event. The latest event, Chain Fest, did not disappoint. Put on by

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Sam Kohl (Sea In The Sky & Songbird.)

Sam is a musician who is known for making emotional music. Every aspect from the lyrics to the overall tone emit such a relatability. His latest release was a solo project under the moniker Songbird. Listening to Somber all the way through it’s impossible not

Bandcamp Adventures #3 – “Math Rock”

In this week’s Bandcamp Adventures we’ll be taking a look at music with the “Math Rock” tag. Math rock is a genre that typically features guitars heavily and is fairly rhythmically complex (hence math rock). Some are more complex than others, but each math rock band

Just Released: Periphery – Flatline

Periphery just released their latest single “Flatline” off of their upcoming album, “Periphery III: Select Difficulty” (out July 22). This new song grooves hard, which is something to expect with Periphery, but this song is definitely one of their groovier ones. Spencer Sotelo’s vocals are like a fine wine, getting

Periphery Announce P3 Release Date and US Tour

Periphery, a progressive metal band from Washington D.C., just announced that their heavily anticipated fourth album “Periphery III: Select Difficulty” is set to be released on July 22nd. Many fans (myself included) have been anticipating this album since the release of “Juggernaut: Alpha and Omega”, their double concept