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Unsigned Spotlight: Romancer (Ambient Emo/Punk)

Here in Illinois, as I write this at the beginning of December, it’s been winter for over a month. We’ve endured multiple ice storms, a blizzard that dumped 12 inches of snow in some spots, and even a day when no fewer than 26 tornadoes touched down across the state. Even by Illinois standards, that’s unusual. There have been plenty of evenings where the most appealing thing to do is curl up by the fireplace, make a pot of swirling hot chocolate, and find the perfect music to help you…

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PHOTOS: Hovenweep

Arizona local band opened up for Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals and Child Bite on their Mesa, AZ tour stop. Take a look at the pictures below! Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals

Philip H. Anselmo hit the road with his band The Illegals this month for a 15 city tour alongside Child Bite. Playing a mix of new song and Pantera favorites, the mix of fans was one of the most diverse crowds I’ve ever seen. Take a look at pictures below from their stop in Mesa, AZ. Facebook, Website, Spotify Please follow and like us:

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Mental Health Matters: Why Don’t You Sing?

I’ve always been one of the more sensitive people in the room; I still think that people can relate to my experiences regardless of the intensity of my feelings. In an attempt to understand the confusion, mental health is often categorized into labels, as if “depression” means that one has to have a certain level of sadness to qualify. As if “anxiety” means that one has to have a certain number of panic attacks of a certain intensity to be considered anxious. As if one feels so misunderstood to the…

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Pot of Gold 2019 Lineup Announced

Pot of Gold Festival has just released its lineup to celebrate its fifth year. Post Malone, Lil Wayne and Cardi B will headline the show at Phoenix’s Steele Indian School Park on March 15-17. Other acts include Jhene Aiko, Young Thug, Lil Pump, Tinashe, Young M.A, Lil Baby, Ski Mask The Slump God, Gunna, Preme, Doja Cat, Tyla Yaweh, Young Dolph, Asian Doll, SAINT JHN and more to be announced. Keeping up with the technological advances that most festivals are adopting, Pot of Gold is also introducing a smartphone app, RFID wristbands, presale front-of-line…

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PHOTOS: MAX

Max Schneider, also known as MAX, hit the road at the beginning of October for a 30 city tour entitled “House of Divine World Tour Part 1”. This man has more energy in his pinky finger than most people have in their entire body and it was evident the moment he hoped on stage. There are still tickets available for his tour, and you can keep up with his on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Spotify.   Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: Nina Nesbitt

Joining MAX and EZI, Nina Nesbitt is a force to be reckoned with. She captivated the audience with her sultry voice and musical prowess, all while singing songs from her soul and interacting with fans who were clearly there for her. Nina recently announced the date for her next album, and is hoping on a UK/European tour with Lewis Capaldi. Preorder her new album, listen to her songs, and stay in touch on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.   Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: EZI

EZI, an emerging indie pop artist, joined MAX and Nina Nesbitt on their national tour. After a string of sold out dates in California, the tour landed in Arizona where the singer opened up the show at Crescent Ballroom. Take a look at some photos from her set, have a listen to her tunes, and stay in touch with EZI through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.       Please follow and like us:

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Live Review: EDEN

I’ve seen EDEN’s live set twice. Both times were an experience that is hard to put into words, similar to how its almost impossible to describe the genre of his music. This was the third leg of his Vertigo Tour, which coincided with his newest album of the same name. EDEN’s sets are pretty similar tour to tour, typically adding in any new songs he’s released. The most unique part of his performances to me is that its all about the music. You’re probably thinking, “duh its all about the…

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