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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

Bandcamp Adventures 6 – #FlashbackFriday

This post will be a little different. Instead of just looking at a specific tag/genre, I’ll be looking at all the music that I’ve found through my time using bandcamp. My personal favorites, albums and eps that I still listen to to this day. –

Dance Gavin Dance Fall North American Tour

Yesterday, Dance Gavin Dance announced their Fall 2016 US Tour! This run will be right before their 10 Year Anniversary UK/EU Tour with Good Tiger (and performances with Jonny Craig and Kurt Travis). Check out the dates for both tours below and be sure to grab tickets before

The Dear Hunter Act V and “The Final Act Tour”

Today (6/22/16) The Dear Hunter announced “The Final Act Tour” (Dates below), the release date for “Act V: Hymns With the Devil in Confessional” (Pre Order links below), and also released the first single off of Act V, “Gloria” (stream it on Equal Vision Records‘ Soundcloud below). In

Songbird. – Somber Review & Lyric Interpretation

Last year Sea in the Sky, a progressive metal band from Redwood City, CA, graced us with their EP “Visions”. The EP featured reworked Sea in the Sky songs with their new vocalist, Sam Kohl. In addition to providing amazing vocals to an already amazingly talented instrumental

Polyphia- “Nightmare” Music Video

Progressive instrumental heavyweights Polyphia  just released the third music video from their upcoming album, Renaissance, a dew days ago. This particular video features a ballerina doing interpretive dance to one of the band’s most powerful tracks. I have to say, I can’t get too deep

At The Drive-In Announce World Tour & New Album For 2016

For those of you who are too young to remember who At The Drive-In is, understand that before The Mars Volta and Antemasque was ATDI. The first real example I can remember of progressive/post-hardcore music that really was unique. Their last album “Relationship Of Command”