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MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Sierra Binondo (With Sails Ahead)

The world needs more female-fronted rock bands. With Sails Ahead are meeting that need and exceeding expectation, rapidly rising out of Brick Township in New Jersey. This band is hard at work and giving some of the staples of the genre a run for their

A Setting or Tone- Get to Know The Vox Arcanum

With no shortage of ideas or riffs, The Vox Arcanum come ripping out of L.A. with their debut album, Of Time and Fate. Being a relatively new band has it’s challenges but these guys overcame the odds and put out a really well thought out record.

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

Blasting Off with Lovely Orbiter’s Debut EP, ‘Gaia’

In a world that feels constantly divided, many of us seek ways to connect. Whether it be through spirituality, technology, or social interaction, we find ways to relate to one another. One way that’s become a very important means of connection is the way we

Eidola – “To Speak, To Listen” Full Album + Concept and Lyric Explanation

The guys in Eidola have a knack for writing incredible albums that leave us speechless. Their sophomore release, “Degeneraterra”, made its way into both mine and Nick’s album of the year lists and ever since we’ve been waiting for the day we could hear what

With an Effortless Smile, Circa Survive’s ‘On Letting Go’ Turns 10

When a band creates a near-perfect record, do you think they’re aware of it at the time? As they put the finishing touches on the tracks, do they get pins and needles at the thought that this music could end up being timeless? Do they

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

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Dante Robinson (Vague Advice)

Pennsylvania rock band Vague Advice is releasing their concept EP, Time Travelers’ Continent in a few days. This is one of those indie releases you don’t want to miss. Somehow this band is completely DIY and sounds like competition for any major act. I spoke with