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  • Feature Friday: Samm Henshaw

    Feature Friday: Samm Henshaw

    Making a splash across the pond, and sure to follow in Ed Sheeran’s and James Bay’s footsteps, is singer-songwriter Samm Henshaw. Read more

    The 06 May 2016 by   Music Creates Us
  • Suzerain


    London's Suzerain have just released their second album Identity after a two year gap, but it's been well worth the wait. As lead singer Tom Pether said - "it... Read more

    The 25 May 2016 by   Mike Lindley
  • Tour Diaries: The People Of The Midwest

    Tour Diaries: People Midwest

    So as I trek about the country on tour I’m learning a lot about the geography of this great country of ours. So as I delve deeper into this nation I want to... Read more

    The 19 May 2016 by   Indiemusicpromo
  • Jazz Morley’s ‘Bad Love’ is an Eloquent Confession [Stream]

    Jazz Morley’s ‘Bad Love’ Eloquent Confession [Stream]

    Jazz Morley’s “Bad Love” is an eloquent confession of a familiar feeling -- of finding new love and wanting to be the only one, but knowing that your lover has... Read more

    The 24 May 2016 by   Thewildhoneypie
  • Does Your Indie Band Need A Consultant?

    A lot of bands are in a place where they need advice. They’ve gotten their music recorded, they’ve got their band together, great achievements to be sure, but... Read more

    The 02 May 2016 by   Indiemusicpromo
  • Re-LIVE-ing The Past: My Favorite Live Album Reissues

    Re-LIVE-ing Past: Favorite Live Album Reissues

    I have a confession to make...I love live albums.It’s true, all the way back through the space time continuum to the time I was a tiny little Riffcaster larva,... Read more

    The 16 May 2016 by   Ripplemusic
  • So, I’ve Been On Tour For A Day…

    So, the open road is long and winding, and not going insane along the trail is a key part of survival in this semicharmed existence that we call tour life. Read more

    The 18 May 2016 by   Indiemusicpromo
  • Ten Years After – Watt

    Years After Watt

    I was very fortunate, growing up in a house filled with music. My dad was a fan of the music at the time, which meant Jimi Hendrix, Grand Funk Railroad, Free,... Read more

    The 12 May 2016 by   Ripplemusic
  • Coast Modern Offer up An Eclectic Mix of Jams for Your Summer Playlist

    Coast Modern Offer Eclectic Jams Your Summer Playlist

    What better band to have dictate your summer soundtrack than Coast Modern? The duo, comprised of Luke Atlas and Coleman Trapp, hails from Los Angeles, the land... Read more

    The 31 May 2016 by   Thewildhoneypie
  • How The Shrek Soundtrack Changed The Face Of Modern Music

    The Shrek soundtrack might seem like a weird thing to write a think piece about, but trust me, it makes sense. Here’s what a lot of folks don’t realize – that... Read more

    The 22 May 2016 by   Indiemusicpromo


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