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Album Review: Dishwalla – Juniper Road

Hailing from Santa Barbara, platinum selling artists Dishwalla came out with their new album, Juniper Road, just a few days ago. This is the band's first album release in over 10 years. If time is necessary for perfection, then we welcome it. Juniper Road is the perfect mix of both classic

Getting to Know: SETH GLIER

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara   From his roots in small town New England, pop singer-songwriter Seth Glier may be one of the most underrated artists in the music industry today. But with two Independent Music Awards and a GRAMMY nomination under his belt, he certainly isn’t your average joe with

Album Review: The Feelies – In Between

Article By: Matt Guevara   Much to the surprise of fans, mellow Jersey indie rock band, The Feelies, are back after a 17 year hiatus. And, although they have been mostly inactive since their famous performance opening for Sonic Youth at Battery Park back in 2008, they recently announced the release of

MONA // Live @ The Doug Fir // 1.23.17

Article and Photos by: Kristina Dawn   Portland, OR -- As I was being escorted to a private table with vocalist Nick Brown of Mona to conduct our interview, I couldn’t help but notice how cool he was. Maybe it was the severe jetlag (as the band had just returned from an

Anti Flag and Reel Big Fish // Live @ The NorVa // 1.21.17

Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photos by: Glenn Woodell and Wendy Podmenik Darugar   Possibly prescient in the titling of their latest album “American Spring”, given the current political climate, the political punk rockers Anti Flag gave theme to the evening in Norfolk following the historic nationwide Women's March of 2016. The timing could

Alejandro Escovedo // Live @ Shaka’s // 1.17.17

Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photos by: Glenn Woodell and Wendy Podmenik Darugar   VA Beach, VA- Boasting an impeccable musical resume, Alejandro Escovedo and his group of longtime friends and collaborators showed us how to “Burn Something Beautiful” on Tuesday night. Escovedo's rich and varied history initiated with San Fransisco punk rockers The

Review – The Griswolds “High Times for Low Lives”

Article by: Kristina Dawn   Australian quartet The Griswolds have dropped a new full length album…. And it’s good. REALLY good. Debuting at a top 10 spot on the iTunes chart, and quickly ascending the Alt. 18 chart, ‘High Times for Low Lives’ is blowing musical minds around the world. Granted I am

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