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Album Review: The Voidz – Virtue

Article by Andrés Alvarado   It’s been said that variety is the spice of life. In judging Julian Casablancas’ career one can surely assume the man abides by this motto, at least artistically. From his early days fronting New York cool-cats The Strokes, to his solo act, and now as The Voidz'

The Contortionist // Live @ The Brass Monkey // 4.2.18

Photos and Article By: Adrienne Row – Smith   Ottawa, Ontario – The Contortionist descended upon Canada’s capital city once again, but this time in support of their new album Clairvoyant. The band was supported by Indian / American band Sky Harbor, and Silent Planet. Sky Harbor started the night off with a

BUSH // Live @ The Fillmore // 3.24.18

Article and Photos by: Michael Flores   Miami Beach, FL – During the most electronica filled weekend in Miami, British rock band BUSH packed The Fillmore Miami Beach (previously known as the Jackie Gleason Theater) on this eventful Saturday evening in support of their seventh studio album, Black and White Rainbows. As

Nightwish // Live @ The Madison Theater // 3.26.18

Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson   Covington, KY – Across the Ohio river from Cincinnati OH sits sleepy, charming Covington KY.  Nestled among the streets lined with Art Deco-trimmed businesses is the Madison Theater, a former movie theater-turned concert venue that on March 26, 2018 played host to Finnish symphonic metal

SXSW 2018 // Austin, Texas // 3.9.18 – 3.18.18

Article and Photos by: Joshua Guerra Austin, TX - There were no big surprise pop ups at SXSW this year; a lot of sponsors dropped or didn’t have a music showcase including 3 big past showcases Samsung, Youtube and the MTV Woodies. This left many people disappointed, but SXSW was never

The Contortionist // Live @ The Masquerade // 3.21.18

Article and Photos by: Andrea Chvatal   Atlanta, GA –  The Contortionist and friends made a pit-stop in the newly renovated Heaven at The Masquerade on their North American leg of the Clairvoyant tour. To begin the evening's festivities was the California-based, progressive instrumental rock band Strawberry Girls. This trio got the whole crowd grooving with

The Velcro Pygmies // Live @ The Mercury Ballroom // 3.24.18

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY— Being on the road is tough work for any band, no doubt about it. When you’ve been on the road for more than 20 years, the work has got to be something you love, something with rewards. The Velcro Pygmies are a

Artist Showcase: Tobias the Owl

Featured Image: Tony Hammons of Rain City Collective   "As much beauty as can be fit into the human sonic experience." - Ben Harper Tobias the Owl is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed musical collective based in the Pacific Northwest, helmed by songwriter Elijah Dhavvan. The songs are based on Dhavvan's recovery from leukemia, and focus

Album Review: Red Sun Rising – Thread

Article by: Bob Linneman   Red Sun Rising continues to break the mold. Their new release Thread is the complete package, and picks up right where their last album, Polyester Zeal, left off.  The band known for trail blazing their own style of music has already experienced tremendous radio success with previous back to back