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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

The New Supergroup: Crystal Fairy

This is a project that brings together some of the most talented and eccentric musicians of our time. Teri Gender Bender (of the Mexican punk band Le Butcherettes), Omar Rodríguez-López (At the Drive-In/The Mars Volta) and Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover of the Melvins. What will probably

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

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Anthony Pacheco (Dwellings)

Anthony Pacheco holds down the low end for the Modesto, CA rock band Dwellings. They’ve exploded into the scene thanks to their catchy vocal hooks, tasteful guitar noodles, and absolutely amazing rhythm section. With the release of their EP “Lavender Town” on the horizon and having

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

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Lucas Worley (Artifex Pereo)

I discovered Artifex Pereo on a tour last year where they were opening for Stolas and Eidola. I remember watching their performance and being blown away at the pure energy. You can hear the full range of emotions as Lucas Worley bares his soul to

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Carlo Marquez (Stolas)

Stolas just finished tracking for their third full length album last month. This accomplishment didn’t come without it’s fair share of obstacles. Line up changes, van issues, and last minute changes that shifted the course of their journey from California to New York. Now that

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Andrew Cresto (Save Us From The Archon)

Save Us From The Archon is an experimental post hardcore/mathrock band that is absolutely blowing up. With a large discography with three full lengths and two EPs that are all technical masterpieces, they aren’t dropping off the map soon. With such technical music, I absolutely need

Nick’s April Playlist (2016)

I haven’t made a playlist for you guys in quite a while. It’s been a very busy time the last six months. Our team is growing, more opportunities are presenting themselves, things are changing for me both personally and professionally. Among all the things I