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LIVE REVIEW: Black Bottom Lighters Album Release Show Features Indie Live Reviews Reviews 

LIVE REVIEW: Black Bottom Lighters Album Release Show

Reggae concerts, in my opinion, are a very diverse event that will attract people of different backgrounds, genders and preferences. I think that is what makes it such a great environment. There is no judging, no mosh pits or fights (except for those few people that have had one too many). This album release show was the epitome of fans coming together to support a common love.

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mewithoutYou Announce Summer Tour With Foxing, Field Mouse, Lithuania Alternative News 

mewithoutYou Announce Summer Tour With Foxing, Field Mouse, Lithuania

mewithoutYou have announced a summer tour with support from Foxing. Lithuania will join the lineup for the first half of the tour and Field Mouse will be playing the second half. The band will be going on a full US tour in support of their forthcoming album, Pale Horses, which is set to release on June 16 via Run For Cover Records. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, April 17 at noon EST. The tour kicks of in Chicago, Illinois on June 11 and travels counterclockwise through the US before winding…

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PREMIERE: Frogbelly And Symphony “Before I Die” Music Video Alternative Features Indie News Pop 

PREMIERE: Frogbelly And Symphony “Before I Die” Music Video

Experimental music fans, have we got a treat for you today! Infectious Magazine is thrilled to team up with Brooklyn/Sheffield progressive rock quintet Frogbelly And Symphony to bring you their brand new music video for “Before I Die”, which will appear on their forthcoming full-length album Blue Bright Ow Sleep. Check it out below! Bassist/vocalist Tom Hanley says of the song and video: “The song was recorded simultaneously with the making of this video. So for example the drumming, the guitar solo and other instrument playing were filmed whilst being recorded!

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A Lot Like Birds Announce Spring Headlining Tour Metal News Rock 

A Lot Like Birds Announce Spring Headlining Tour

A Lot Like Birds have a fairly busy spring coming up. They will be headlining their own tour with Icarus the Owl. The tour is from March 22 in Las Vegas, NV at Eagle Hall till March 31 in Kent, OH at The Outpost. Immediately following this, they will be the supporting act with Stray From The Path for Enter Shikari. This tour starts on April 1 in Baltimore, MD at Ottobar and ends on April 28 in San Antonio, TX at Korova. See full list of tour dates after the jump. You can…

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A Skylit Drive Holding Open Auditions For Guitarist And Bassist Metal News Rock 

A Skylit Drive Holding Open Auditions For Guitarist And Bassist

A Skylit Drive is looking for a new bassist or guitarist and they might want you! InOctober they announced that their rhythm section bassist Brian White and drummer Corey La Quay were leaving. A new Instagram video of their drum kit seems to suggest that they found a drummer, however, they are holding open auditions to find a new guitarist or bassist. If you are interested, upload your video to Youtube  and e-mail the link to ASDauditions@gmail.com. Hope to hear YOU as the new member of A Skylit Drive. Read the audition…

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5 Montreal Bands You Should Listen To Now Features Indie Lists Metal News Playlists Pop Pop Punk Reviews Rock 

5 Montreal Bands You Should Listen To Now

This month marks an important date in the realm of music: the tenth anniversary of Arcade Fire’s Funeral—an album that would go on to define a new era of suburban dwelling and independent rock, while also shining the limelight onto one of the most overlooked and vibrant music scenes in North America. Here’s a list of five up-and-coming Montreal acts you should check out.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Callas ‘Am I Vertical?’ Album Reviews Indie News Reviews Rock 

ALBUM REVIEW: The Callas ‘Am I Vertical?’

It’s hard to guess what the artists that are The Callas were dreaming of when they produced Am I Vertical? — the band’s debut album produced by Jim Sclavunos of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds/Grinderman. With a beat that wakes you up as if the Gestapo is pounding at your door, the thirty seconds of “Lust Lands” accurately elicits the dark, artsy, sometimes moving, sometimes lusty and didactic sound of the album, and puts The Callas on the map as the freshest thing out of Brooklyn.

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John Frusciante (Ex RHCP) Announces New EP ‘Outsides’ News 

John Frusciante (Ex RHCP) Announces New EP ‘Outsides’

Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist and all-around virtuoso musician John Frusciante has announced a new EP called Outsides.  This will be the fifth solo EP Frusciante has introduced and the second since his departure for the Chili Peppers, as the guitarist explores much more experimental musical grounds.  The record will be available Aug. 27 and is currently on preorder. You can purchase a CD here.

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No Age Announce New Album ‘An Object’ News 

No Age Announce New Album ‘An Object’

LA experimental-punk duo No Age have announced that they will be releasing a new album titled, An Object. This will be the band’s fourth album and is set to be released by Sub Pop Records on August 19th. Read a press release by Sub Pop about An Object after the jump.

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Avey Tare (Animal Collective) Starts New Band Slasher Flicks News 

Avey Tare (Animal Collective) Starts New Band Slasher Flicks

Animal Collective’s Avey Tare, along with former members of Ponytail (Jeremy Hyman) and Dirty Projectors (Angel Deradoorian)  have teamed up to create an experimental indie collaboration by the name of Slasher Flicks. Check out their tour dates after the jump and buy concert tickets here.  

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