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Instrumental Summertime- The New Texas Prog w/ Cliffside of the Pinkeyed Sky

This band got my attention just by having a name that comes from Mars Volta lyrics. I’ve been waiting on this release for a while, the debut EP from one of the best instrumental bands in the scene right now. It seems that Texas is

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Tony Garcia (The Vox Arcanum)

So much of the music today is elementary at best. However, L.A.’s The Vox Arcanum are an enormous exception. Their debut album, Of Time and Fate, just dropped less than a month ago and with every listen there’s something new to be found. No shortage

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

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Rogues Among Us

Rogues Among Us are a relatively new alternative/progressive rock band from Houston, TX. It seems like the Texas rock scene is growing stronger every year and this group in particular is one I see rising fast in 2017. With one release, The Watcher, under their

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

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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

Interview With Martin Bianchini (Secret Band/Dance Gavin Dance)

Martin Bianchini is the man behind the scenes. Possibly unbeknownst to the general public, he’s provided some of your favorite guitar parts on the last two DGD albums. He is also one half of the insane mastermind that goes into the guitar sequences of underground

The Next Big Name in Metal Music: Lucrecia (Interview)

This California progressive metal band has only been together as unit for a few months. They have one powerful track released and are going to be releasing an EP this year. Get to know Lucrecia: What this the first band you were in?  Frankie: “I was