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LIVE REVIEW: Bombay Bicycle Club, Portland, OR

I get to the Wonder Ballroom (really more of a small club than a ballroom) over half an hour early with my friend Bernadette. This is her first concert. We are in Portland so of course it is pouring rain. About fifteen minutes before the doors open, we learn that the opening act, Royal Canoe, canceled and that someone singing for Bombay will be the opening act instead. Please follow and like us:

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July Sign To TDR Records

July have officially signed to TDR Records. They have joined a label roster of bands such as Promise Hero, Punchline, and Barely Blind. Their debut studio album, What We Signed Up For, will be released worldwide on Nov. 12th. You can purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.  Check out the track listing and artwork after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Announce US Tour

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk have announced that they will be doing their “Truffle Shuffle Tour” in the US. They will be accompanied by  the Counterparts, State Champs, and Living With Lions. Their first show will be on Nov. 11 in Toronto, ON,  at the Hard Luck Bar.  View tour dates and buy concert tickets here. Pardon My French is available now and you can purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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Show Review: Conor Oberst Boston, MA

As I walk up to the front of The Orpheum, through the sea of people taking pictures of the old fashioned sign that read “Conor Oberst,” I notice the variety of people that I’m seeing shuffle in are quite the mixed bunch. It’s a reminder of how I love shows like this one. It’s as if all the melodies and meanings to the lyrics have created a cocoon around the auditorium, that holds the audience in close to the performer. It’s because Conor Oberst is not just a musician or…

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Split Review: Nightmare Of You & Nightmares For a Week: “Nightmares Split’

The new Nightmare Of You and Nightmares For a Week Split is interesting to say the least. Each track has its own energy and intrigue; the fact that the combination of bands is unusual only adds to how perfect the split is. It’s unexpected and fascinating, complete with little elements of surprise. While Nightmare Of You approaches the split with a more melodious, relaxed method, Nightmares For a Week attempts to push a more frayed, rock and roll vibe. Lyrically, each band showcases their way with words, balancing that out…

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