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Band of the Week: The Last Bison

Posted by Greg on Jul 27, 2018 in Music

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One of our favorite bands of the past decade is Virginia’s The Last Bison. Originally a roots-rock septet the band has thinned out over the years. Read more…

 
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Joe Iadanza Emerges After Six-Year Layoff

Posted by Greg on Jul 27, 2018 in Music

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Long Island-based singer-songwriter Joe Iadanza has returned after a six-year hiatus with his newest single “Thunder Road.” Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Danny Ross – “The Son”

Posted by Greg on Jul 23, 2018 in Music

As much of a quagmire as the Trump presidency has been, there have been surprisingly few protest songs released about said subject. Enter Brooklyn singer-songwriter Danny Ross. Read more…

 
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The Dollyrots Ready New Tour and New 7-Inch

Posted by Greg on Jul 18, 2018 in Music

We’re not ashamed to say that from 1999-2010, we were huge fans of emo and pop-punk. Whether it was old-school heavyweights Jets to Brazil or the more streamlined acts like Relient K, Mae and All Time Low, you name it, we probably have a CD of theirs. So every now and then a pop-punk group or a band from the aforementioned decade will get a few listens out of us. This week that band is California’s The Dollyrots. Read more…

 
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Lenny Kravitz Debuts New Video

Posted by Greg on Jul 18, 2018 in Music

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Nineties rocker Lenny Kravitz is back making waves again. Earlier this week he released the video for his new single “Low,” off his upcoming 11th album Raise Vibration (Roxie Records/BMG Records), his first in four years. The album, self-produced by Kravitz, is due Sept. 7 and is currently available for pre-order. Read more…

 
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Artist of the Week: Con Brio

Posted by Greg on Jul 18, 2018 in Music

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For those of us who like music with some pep, some swagger and some style, look no further than the fantastic new release from San Francisco collective Con Brio. Their sophomore album Explorer, which released earlier this month, is awash in crisp pop hooks, confidence and hordes of charisma. Read more…

 
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The Hold Steady Premiere Two New Singles

Posted by Greg on Jul 17, 2018 in Music

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America’s favorite bar band, Brooklyn rockers The Hold Steady, have released two new songs in anticipation of their next mini-tour dubbed Constructive Summer. Read more…

 
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The National Debuts New Beer

Posted by Greg on Jul 17, 2018 in Food/Drink, Music

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Brooklyn indie-rockers The National have taken their hipster status to a whole new level. The band has partnered with Danish microbrewery Mikkeller to launch Reality Based Pils, which will be available in all of Mikkeller’s locations and outlets within the next month. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Tauk – “Convoy”

Posted by Greg on Jul 13, 2018 in Music

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Arguably one of the best live bands on the planet is the Long Island quartet TAUK (as in Montauk) and their latest album, Shapeshifter II: Outbreak, hits retailers today. The lead single off the album is “Convoy,” a sun-kissed and joyous foray into loose jazz and free-form funk. The organs are airy, the guitars are noodling and the synths are smooth and cylindrical. Buttressed by a bass that is bright, bubbly and decidedly vernal, this just might be the best summer song you’ve never heard. Read more…

 
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Buddy Miller Launches Americana at the Ryman this Sunday

Posted by Greg on Jul 13, 2018 in Music

For those in and around Nashville, Sunday at the Ryman there’s an event that just might be the highlight of your concert summer. Buddy Miller kicks off the Americana at the Ryman series with special guests Elizabeth Cook, The McCrary Sisters, Parker Millsap, Tony Joe White and Lee Ann Womack. Read more…

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