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On the Road with RJ Reynolds (Stolas)- Chapter 2

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a band on tour? RJ Reynolds of Stolas gives us his experience and perspective; an honest and personal look at life on the road. In case you missed it, here’s Chapter 1. Here’s the next installment of

On the Road with RJ Reynolds (Stolas)- Chapter 1

This is the first installment of a series that will follow the day to day happenings of a band on tour. Anyone who follows RJ on social media knows he has an unparalleled way with words. He was kind enough to chronicle the tour in

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

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Joey Rubenstein (Icarus the Owl)

*Main Image Provided by: @brownmetal (Michael-Rex Carbonell) Joey Rubenstein plays guitar and is the lead vocalist of the band Icarus the Owl. They will be going on tour with Hotel Books relatively soon, check out the dates HERE. They’ve been working on another album and while we

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Tim Brown (Icarus the Owl)

Tim Brown plays guitar does some singing in the Progressive Rock/Pop Punk/Indie band Icarus the Owl, one of our favorites from Blue Swan Records (although really every band on that label are our favorites). He was also a member of Vox Vocis and released a

Tour Announcement: Hotel Books and Icarus the Owl

*Image provided by Shannon Photography* This five date tour was just announced a few minutes ago and features Porterville, CA natives Hotel Books and Portland, OR natives Icarus the Owl. The tour will hit California, Arizona, and New Mexico in mid October. Check out the dates below

Icarus The Owl- “Pilot Waves” Album Review

This album is very obviously strong from the first few seconds. Although this is the band’s fourth album, they treated this record like a debut in that it’s obvious these guys put everything they had into it. If they still had anything left to prove they