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The Rubens Roll Into SF

The Rubens are in their Junior Year since debuting back in 2013 with their self-titled album. And like all Juniors, there is an air of confidence among them that helps lift their situation no matter where they roam. The Rubens, a band from Australia, are far from their hometown of Menangle, New South Wales, as they embark on their “Million Man” march across the US, Canada, and half of Europe! In all, the band will visit 20 cities in 7 countries and be back in Oz by mid-April. They’ll hit…

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Warped Tour Announces Lineup For Final Cross-Country Run

After much anticipation of who will be performing during the final full cross-country run of the Vans Warped Tour, we finally know. In a video posted on the tour’s Facebook page, you watch as a mural featuring the infamous inflatable schedule is created, while Movement‘s song “Daylily” plays in the background. As the song builds, the mural gets closer and closer to being finished. With a few swooping shots, we are finally shown who will be gracing the stages this summer! You can see the full lineup below, as well as…

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WATCH: Worn Spirit “Dissipate”

Michigan alt-rockers Worn Spirit released a brand new EP last week titled I Could Disappear, and today the band is presenting the video for the track “Dissipate.” Worn Spirit’s Michael Poshedly had this to say about the video: “Dissipate” was filmed around Lansing. Just places and things we normally pass and overlook in our day to day. “Dissipate” is about how at times you get wrapped up in your day to day that you take the little things for granted. Check out the music video below! To hear more from Worn Spirit, you…

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Today, Chicago heavy metal trio HEMI released their brand new record Avalon. After once again teaming up with producer AJ Kolar,  Avalon pushes the boundaries of what heavy metal is supposed to be. By incorporating elements of hardcore, punk, and melodic death metal, HEMI leads you through a series of songs that are stunning both lyrically and cinematically. You can stream Avalon below! To purchase a copy of the record, or any of HEMI’s previous releases, you can click here. Keep up with the band by following them on social media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter…

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Interview: Christina LaRocca

Christina LaRocca is a singer songwriter from New York that landed in Los Angeles with fire in her heart. She has shared the stage with big names such as Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day and Rachel Platten. Check out our interview below! The video for “Child of the Sun” was just released earlier this month! What was it like filming in the middle of desert? It was wild. It was at least 105 degrees that weekend in Joshua Tree, probably closer to 110 or higher on those wide shots we…

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MUSIC CITIES: Cincinnati

Cincinnati is known for flying pig effigies and an affinity for outrageous chili combos, but the Southern-Ohio city also harbors a rich art scene, especially in regards to live music.  Southern blues, Kentucky twang, urban beats, and post-rock experimentalism blend throughout the clubs and streets, creating a multi-genre environment in which any sound could find some belonging. For the musician, Cincinnati is a destination. The city is home to a host of live music venues, many of which are booked by veteran musicians. The result is that many venues are…

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Moose Blood Announces North American Tour

Moose Blood just announced on Twitter that they will be adding a North American leg of their tour featuring special guests Lydia, and McCafferty. The tour kicks off March 14 at The Royal in Boston, MA, and spans out across the US into Canada ending in Montreal, QC. Their upcoming album, I don’t think I can do This Anymore comes out March 9, but is available now for preorder on their website here! Please follow and like us:

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The Most Important Thing I’ve Learned: Staying True To Myself

The most important thing I’ve learned as both an artist and young woman is to stay true to myself. Growing up, I always wanted to sing and perform for people one day. I began my musical journey in theatre, begged my parents for guitar lessons, and wrote my first song when I was 12 years old. What I didn’t really know at that time was the amount of work artists put in other areas outside of the music. In this day in age, the artist’s identity is key for success…

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Los Angeles trio Mainland have been making quite a name for themselves over the last year. Accumulating over 6 million Spotify streams on their EPs, opening for acts like Catfish and the Bottlemen, Marianna’s Trench, and gaining the attention of Stereogum and more, the band shows no signs of slowing down. Check out our interview below. Please follow and like us:

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WATCH : The Hunna “Flickin’ Your Hair”

  With preparations for an upcoming second album after their popular 2016 debut 100, The Hunna have released a few tracks that will spark the interest of any indie-rock/alternative lover. The first track featured off of the new album entitled Dare was the track “Summer” , which gave fans enough…but many eagerly awaited more from the Hertfordshire foursome. The most recent track entitled “Flickin’ Your Hair” premiered through the music video below. The song definitely sets the sing-along vibe and feel good emotions telling the story of how love can be infatuating. Preorder Dare now…

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