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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: Luke Seymoup

Following the momentum of their debut single “Mosquitoes” in December, Luke Seymoup and his band have delivered their next offering in the form of “Doing Dishes”. This is a Springsteen-influenced punk song that won’t disappoint. This track has been a live staple for the band since it’s inception

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

“No One is Going to Work Harder For Your Band Than You”- Interview with Mariel Loveland of Candy Hearts

Candy Hearts can be described as an indie/pop-punk band comprised of three New York, New Jersey natives. This east coast band includes singer/guitarist Mariel Loveland, drummer Mathew Ferraro, and bassist John Clifford. Throughout the years, the band has put out three albums and four EP’s.

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Kenneth Holder (Nowhere Is Home)

Nowhere Is Home is one of the best indie rock band’s in the scene right now. Get to know the band a little better with a look into the albums that have inspired the band’s guitar player/lead vocalist. In case you missed it, click here to

Sowing Songs: Youtuber GARDNSOUND is Crafting a Track Each Day for A Year

Commitment is intimidating. Whether it be a relationship, an art project, a musical endeavor, what have you, committing to it is key. If you half-ass it, it will be reflected in how it’s received. You get back what you put in. That’s what makes it

7 Emo Holiday Songs

For those of us who are tired of hearing the same 2 versions of the same handful of songs on the radio, while we’re shopping, on T.V., and pretty much everywhere else. Luckily for us some of our favorite bands have given us a new

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Simon Illa

I discovered Simon Illa through his non-stop production work with one of my favorite hip hop acts, Kyle Lucas. Once I did some research I began to find that Simon’s resume seems to be endless. The work he does transcends the traditional music scene with

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Josh Elton (Nowhere Is Home)

This is a band from Houston who I’ve been paying attention to for a while now. The Texas music scene is so massive but they are managing to stand out and grow quickly in the post hardcore/alternative area of music. But their sound has so