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Linden Hollow Original: True Solace

I wrote this song back in December, and since then we have added viola (which sounds so beautiful that it makes me want to die.) 24 more words


PAPERBACK WRITERS: The Novelists 'Break The Script' for new single "Soul Sucker"

With cliffhanger storytelling, multiple lead singers and signature four-part harmonies, there’s a lot that lines up between local Indianapolis act Against The Clocks and Reno’s own up-and-comers The Novelists. 136 more words

Artists To Watch

The Dresden Dolls to reunite this summer

The Dresden Dolls have announced a pair of reunion shows to take place this summer. The cabaret two-piece — comprised of Amanda Palmer and Brian Viglione — will play Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on August 26th, followed the next day by a show at the Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn. 364 more words


Stream: Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes’ Bemidji EP

When we last checked in with indie rockers Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes, they were busy tearing up the local scene in Nashville — not the easiest city in which to stand out from the musically talented crowd. 323 more words

New Music

Billy Joel - She's Always A Woman

Billy had an unusual chart history in the UK. This song was a US top 20 hit in ’77, but it didn’t make the UK chart until this double A side hit (with ‘Just The Way You Are’), at its peak of #53 on this day in the 80s (16th February 1986). 26 more words

Album Review: Elton John – Wonderful Crazy Night

If used correctly, positivity can allow a song to get by solely on vibe. Nothing off Andrew W.K.’s I Get Wet is lyrically profound or even lyrically that good, but because the guitars are so metallic, because the drums are so committed to their boneheaded momentum, and because the gang vocals have so much conviction, you actually root for Andrew Wilkes-Krier when he repeats something as stupid as “Party hard” or “She is beautiful” over and over. 712 more words

Album Reviews

What's New & Hot in Music?... A Silent Film

Genre: Indie / Alternative / Piano rock
Origin: Oxford > England > UK
Website: asilentfilm.com 9 more words