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Friday, 07 March 2014 12:00

Keller Williams 3/7/14

Keller Williams has characterized the life of the constant touring musician for more than two decades, persistently evolving and redefining his style, methods and accompaniment while reimagining his own work and others' each step of the way.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 07 March 2014 12:00

The Districts 3/7/14

The Districts may hail from the small town of Lititz, Pa., but their indie, folk-rock music has an alternative edge that creates a huge, sound, not unlike the Lumineers.

Published in Live Performances

Never underestimate the power of familial bonds, in music as in life. Brothers Aaron, Bryson, Ryan and Landon Baggaley, who perform together as the Los Angeles band Brown Shoe, channel those deep connections into the bold, thundering rock anthem "Lonely Beast," the title track of what will be an ambitious, three-part EP release this year.

Published in Music News
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 08:00

Song of the Day: 'Waiting' by Ought

The nervous, post-punk energy that powers "Waiting" by Montreal band Ought is only surpassed by the not-so-subtle social critique of its theme. "How long you been waiting?" isn't just directed at a lover. It's directed at all of us.

Published in Music News
Monday, 03 March 2014 09:45

Song of the Day: 'The Tower' by Wye Oak

Never content to repeat themselves, the duo of Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack, aka Wye Oak, venture into fully-synth (and cello and guitar) powered, fully-danceable dream pop on "The Tower," a track from their forthcoming album "Shriek."

Published in Music News

When you decide to take on a cover of Tears for Fears' best-known song, you'd better have a concept, and that concept best not be tongue in cheek. Vancouver band Bear Mountain somehow manages to put its own playful, experimental stamp on "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" while still paying homage to the sing-along catchiness that made the song such a pleasure to begin with.

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For his new album "Draws Blood," Cape Breton, Canada songwriter Carleton Stone enlisted Howie Beck (Feist) and Jason Collett (Broken Social Scene) to assist in producing, but the tense, prickly tone of "Climbing up the Walls" is still very much his own.

Published in Music News

The temperature outside was plummetting while Those Darlins kept everyone's body heat up at Off Broadway on Saturday night.

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Three days of music at South City's Heavy Anchor roared to a close on Saturday night, with the epic finale of GarageFest 2014.

Published in Music News
Friday, 21 February 2014 13:00

San Fermin 2/21/14

San Fermin is the name of an internationally-known Spanish festival in which brave, or insane, individuals run through the streets of Pamplona followed by stampeding bulls. San Fermin, however, is also an indie pop band that is stampeding its way to the top.

Published in Live Performances
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