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Comprised of Daniel Rice (vocals, guitar), David Kent (guitar), Hayden Doyel (bass), and Cody Tarbell (drums) , Visalia, CA-based quartet Slow Season has developed a reputation for a sound that nods towards the classic rock sound of the 60s and 70s — and for a relentless and exhausting touring schedule; in fact, last year, the Central California-based quartet went on an extensive summer tour with RidingEasy Records labelmates Mondo Drag and Electric Citizen and managed to find the time to record their forthcoming effort… 489 more words

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Over the past 18 months or so, the Athens, GA-based quartet formerly known as Pinecones have become a JOVM mainstay act with the release of  345 more words

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Eric Krasno is a Grammy-winning guitarist, songwriter and producer, who’s written for and produced an impressive array of artists including Norah Jones, Tedeschi Trucks Band, 50 Cent, Talib Kweli, Aaron Neville, The London Souls, and Allen Stone but he’s probably best known as a co-founder of cult-favored, genre-mashing/genre-defying acts Soulive and Lettuce.   312 more words

Comprised of Trewin Howard (vocals, synths, production), who has synaesthesia, a condition in which the sufferer experiences two different senses simultaneously and an a still undiagnosed illness that has left his senses frayed and mind on edge; along with Howard’s two childhood friends Jeb Hardwick (guitar) and Ed Sanderson (piano/synths), the Brighton, UK-based founding trio behind Phoria recruited Tim Douglas (bass, synth) and Seryn Burden (drums) to flesh out the band’s sound. 289 more words

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If you’ve been frequenting this site over the past few years, you’d be familiar with JOVM mainstay, the Berlin, Germany-based producer, electronic music artist, DJ and  242 more words

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The Energy Releases New Single, "Free"

Rock band The Energy have released their new single, “Free,” from their upcoming album When We Were Young, to be released April 3. The song is reminiscent of the rock songs of the 90’s, and according to vocalist Adam Wolfsdorf, is “a story about finding personal liberation from the shackles of conformity and tradition.” 43 more words

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