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ANAX gives you a taste of “GHOST RIDIN”.

Here is a preview of ANAX newest track named “GHOST RIDIN”                                                                    

Interview with Nick Raya (Amarionette)

Amarionette’s distinct yet versatile sound has got so much to offer that it’s guaranteed to get every head in the room bobbing along.  Back in August, the band exclusively premiered their latest album Repeating History on Teal Cheese which you can find here. Whether your

Bandcamp Adventures 9: #MathPop

This week’s Bandcamp Adventures will be looking at music tagged with the Math Pop tag! Enjoy! – 1 – Alban B. Clay (2014) – The Slaughterhouse 5 Denmark tags: alternative, rock, art rock, alternative pop, alternative rock, death pop, math pop, math rock Tim Brown (Icarus

Bandcamp Adventures 8: #PostHardcore

In this week’s bandcamp adventures, we’ll be looking at music with the “Post Hardcore” tag! Enjoy! – 1 – LIGHTSOUT – Fighting Chance Dortmund, Germany tags: metalcore, metal, hardcore, punk, melodic hardcore, metallic hardcore, post hardcore Metalcore / Post Hardcore / Melodic hardcore more on the

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

Bandcamp Adventures #4 – “Indie Pop”

In this week’s Bandcamp Adventures, we’ll be taking a look at music with the “Indie Pop” tag! I wanted to do something out of my comfort zone this week. But I also didn’t want to go too far out there. Indie Pop crosses over a

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

Underground Band Feature: Meteor City

Have you ever just sat there wanting to listen to something new but not knowing what exactly you wanted out of a band? Usually, that itch is barely satisfied for me by scrolling through my iTunes libaray, bandcamp, and YouTube until I find something cool to listen