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Shadow of Whales Announces Live Stream Concert at Six Flags Over Texas Indie News Rock 

Shadow of Whales Announces Live Stream Concert at Six Flags Over Texas

It’s no secret we that love Austin pop-punk five piece, Shadow of Whales. With a sound akin to acts like The Killers, Franz Ferdinand, and Panic! At the Disco, their high energy sound and live show is not to be missed. Luckily, the band is putting on a one-of-a-kind series of sets this March 18th at Six Flags Over Texas, and will be live streaming the event, so you don’t have to miss your new favorite pop-punk band. Streams will be available on their YouTube channel on March 18th, airing shortly…

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Shadow Of Whales Will Be Taking Over Our Instagram At Warped Tour News Pop Pop Punk 

Shadow Of Whales Will Be Taking Over Our Instagram At Warped Tour

We are so excited to announce that Shadow Of Whales will be taking over our Instagram on Sunday, June 28th at Warped Tour in San Antonio, Texas!! The band was recently announced as one of the winners of the Battle Of The Bands powered by Ernie Ball to play the San Antonio date of Warped. Be sure to follow our Instagram page here for all the behind the scenes action! To see Shadow Of Whales live, or to attend any of the other Warped Tour 2015 dates, you can buy concert tickets…

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Buzzworthy Band Of The Week: Shadow Of Whales Alternative Features Indie Interviews News Pop Rock 

Buzzworthy Band Of The Week: Shadow Of Whales

This week, we are thrilled to introduce you to Shadow Of Whales, our newest Buzzworthy Band of the Week! They are an alternative indie-pop band from Austin, Texas, and need your help this summer! This quintet is competing in the Battle Of The Bands powered by Ernie Ball for the chance to play this year’s Warped Tour. After the jump, you can check out our exclusive interview with Shadow Of Whales, as well as how to vote for them to play Warped Tour!

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Shadow Of Whales “I Wish It Was Christmas Today” (SNL Cover) Indie News Rock 

VIDEO PREMIERE: Shadow Of Whales “I Wish It Was Christmas Today” (SNL Cover)

Remember back in August when we introduced you to Texas rockers, Shadow of Whales? You know the ones. They sound a bit like Franz Ferdinand with a twist of The Killers, and they’ve been all over the TV and internet from KTBC – FOX 7, Music Biz Weekly, AbsolutePunk, and played the Austin Convention Center? Yeah, those guys. Well today they’re doing a live broadcast on GrooveShark from 1pm-2pm EST  to celebrate their tracks being featured in Starbucks stores across the US and Canada, and to celebrate THAT, we’re premiering their…

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GrooveShark To Host Broadcast With Shadow Of Whales Indie News Rock 

GrooveShark To Host Broadcast With Shadow Of Whales

Do you know what the best part of working with so many amazing up and coming bands is? Getting to see them grow and expand their audience, taking on new and exciting ventures through various placements, bookings, and opportunities. Such is the case with Shadow Of Whales (for fans of: Franz Ferdinand, The Killers.) The Texas quintet has already seen coverage on KTBC – FOX 7, Music Biz Weekly, AbsolutePunk, and played the Austin Convention Center, and now they’re taking to the GrooveShark Broadcast system this Thursday 9/4 at 1pm EST for a…

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Shadow Of Whales “Forever” Features Indie News Pop Rock 

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Shadow Of Whales “Forever”

I’m not even going to try to be coy about this: there is just something so captivating about Austin, Texas based Shadow of Whales. With a sound reminiscent of The Killers and Franz Ferdinand, Shadow of Whales have just released their brand new track “Forever” exclusively with Infectious Magazine. The track comes off their upcoming, self-titled full length (due to be released this August) and having had a peek at the album myself, I can say with full confidence that it’s chock full of incredible tracks like this one. Check out the…

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YEAR IN REVIEW: Bands To Look Out For In 2016 Features Lists 

YEAR IN REVIEW: Bands To Look Out For In 2016

This past year has brought us some amazing bands to add to our playlist, and this makes us super optimistic about what’s in store for 2016. Take a peek at our picks for the bands you should definitely keep an eye out for next year after the jump! Let us know which band we should look out for in the coming months in comments! If you’ve missed out on any of our previous Year In Review recaps, you can check them all out here.

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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Week #74 Features Photos Photos of the Week 

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Week #74

“Everybody has that point in their life where you hit a crossroads and you’ve had a bunch of bad days and there’s different ways you can deal with it and the way I dealt with it was I just turned completely to music.” ― Taylor Swift The following photos were posted between April 12-23, 2015 and are shown with the original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each picture to the user’s account. Be sure to follow each of them so you don’t miss anything! If you missed…

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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Week #66 Alternative Features Indie Metal News Photos Photos of the Week Pop Pop Punk Rock 

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Week #66

“I love the way music inside a car makes you feel invisible; if you plan the stereo at max volume, it’s almost like the other people can’t see into your vehicle. It tints your windows, somehow.” ― Chuck Klosterman, Author, Killing Yourself to Live: 85% of a True Story The following photos were posted between January 17-26, 2015 and are shown with the original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each picture to the user’s account. Be sure to follow each of them so you don’t miss…

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LIVE REVIEW: Neon Trees, Smallpools, Nightmare And The Cat Detroit, MI Indie Live Reviews Pop Reviews Rock 

LIVE REVIEW: Neon Trees, Smallpools, Nightmare And The Cat Detroit, MI

The Fillmore with its elaborate décor, definitely lends itself to a theatrical show. The Pop Psychology Tour definitely lives up to this. Nightmare and the Cat, the first opening band, completely control the stage. Lead singer Django Stewart, comes out in heeled boots, eyeliner, mascara and glittery eye shadow, making me do a quick double take to make sure David Bowie hasn’t had a second coming. He moves fluidly through each song like a ballet dancer or aerial artist. Both Django and his brother, Samuel Stewart, (guitar) hail from London…

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