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by Jonathan Frahm

7 Sep 2017


Photo: Julia Robinson

Broken Bellows is a band that’s become known for fusing electronic production with a punk sentiment. Comprised of Cory Brent and Will Prinzi, the duo actually was a part of the pop punk band Reckless Serenade.

by Sarah Zupko

6 Sep 2017


Photo courtesy of Planet Mu

Tristan Douglas a.k.a. Antwood released one of last year’s most intriguing electronic albums, Virtuous.scr, which showed him to be a deep-thinking producer with immense compositional skill and imagination.

Now, Antwood is back with his second record for Planet Mu. Sponsored Content takes a slightly more melodic approach and Antwood heavily edited his work to reduce any extraneous elements. The music is focused and lean with aural white space giving the songs space to breathe. Like Venetian Snares, Antwood is creating his own musical vocabulary.

by Sarah Zupko

6 Sep 2017


Photo: Jen Bail

Los Angeles folk-pop group Arrica Rose & the ...‘s touch on everything from rock to pop to Americana within their sound. In fact, “the ...‘s” refers to Rose’s penchant for shaking things up and bringing all sorts of collaborators and genres into their creative work. On the band’s new album, Low As the Moon, Rose stretches her wings further with the addition of some gentle electronic elements that help keep the mood warm and welcoming. Meanwhile, Rose’s dreamy and occasionally sultry vocals take center stage and seduce the listener.

by Jonathan Frahm

6 Sep 2017


In his contribution to the Americana scene, Thorp Jenson rides the line between Bruce Springsteen’s heartland rock and the character-based songwriting sentiment of artists like Taylor Goldsmith.

by Jonathan Frahm

6 Sep 2017


Photo: Jonathan Boncek

“The tale of ‘Coyote’ is heavy,” says John Keith Culbreth (Cubby) of Stop Light Observations.

Over the past four years, the indie rock group from Charleston has amassed over 100,000 collective followers across social media. They’ve come a long way since Cubby and Will Blackburn began their band before their 2013 debut release, Radiation.

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Treasuring Memories of Paul McCartney on 'One on One' Tour

// Notes from the Road

"McCartney welcomed Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt out for a song at Madison Square Garden.

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