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To try to deduce Nana’s style, think Laura Marling-esque vocals guided by the impassioned soul of Jeff Buckley, or better yet, listen for yourself. With a sense of maturity that reaches far beyond her 19 years of age, Nana’s songwriting feels all the more profound when wrapped in the subtleties of her vocals – delicate undertones that expand into soaring falsetto with seamless ease. 104 more words


Local Should Mean More than Shopping

Burgheoisie is a big supporter of local fashion. I believe Pittsburgh may have future opportunities to produce non-organic textiles which would be amazing!  Whether for utility or fashion, raw textile materials produced in an area should ideally be fabricated there by skilled labors. 190 more words


Women's Christmas join Out On A Limb Records

Irish independent label Out On A Limb have announced the addition of alternative-rock act Women’s Christmas to their roster of artists.

The band’s recent E.P.Tremendous provided an infectiously manic affirmation of their sound. 146 more words



Bob Lefsetz, a music writer who I follow, wrote this today. (I get this updates via email) This is just a snippet of a longer blog I got today. 499 more words

On Music

HeviSike Interviews: Jan from PINK TANK RECORDS

German psychedelic label Pink Tank Records has released vinyl for European acts such as Libido Fuzz and Bone Man. Both bands will release new full-lengths in 2014 on the label alongside recent signings SautruS, Camel Driver and ‘10.000 km² gegen die Zeit’ . 958 more words

Stoner Rock

Island of The Gods Delivers Handcrafted Album Packaging

Island of The Gods is a brand new record label from Dan Mitchell, the co-founder of an eclectic shopping experience in London known as LN-CC (Late Night Chameleon Cafe). 44 more words

Graphic Design

Death Records, A Brand New Label in SF Announces First Show

Death Records is a brand new label recently began by Melted Toys‘ Brian Wakefield to represent the “misfits of this city.”

They’re so new, in fact, that they’ve just rolled out… 70 more words