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Album review: LANY

For fans of Copeland or The 1975, one of Rolling Stone’s top 10 artists you need to know and a group that you definitely can’t avoid online is indie-pop outfit, LANY. LANY‘s music alone has built them publicity since 2015’s Make Out and I Loved You EP’s, but the band have since been teasing …

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Album Review: Common Tongues – Divisions

Common Tongues’ debut album Divisions brings a new progressive voice to the world of folk music mixing with alternative rock and synthetic pop instrumentations. Applying tangled harmonies, complex melodies, and compelling lyrical themes together to create an alluring sound that will catch a hold of listener’s ears. This 5-piece alternative/indie …

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Close Talker in New York, NY at Berlin on June 15

Canada’s Close Talker have amassed an underground following in a combinative force of gleaming hooks and a distinctly lo-fi foundation. Two weeks from now, the Saskatchewan-based outfit will have another stateside stop. They are to perform at Berlin alongside fellow indie rock trio, Del Water Gap, in support of their …

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Album Review: Shadow Brother – Delta of Time

In Memphis, Tennessee’s alternative scene, Jeff Schmidtke and brothers Toby and Jake Vest worked to magnify their artistic stature for well over a decade. This all comes into perspective, starting with the burgeoning success of their first band, Augustine, as far back as 2003. Progressing through a multitude of projects, …

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Interview: Sarah Solovay

It was a snowy Saturday afternoon when I found myself sitting across from Sarah Solovay—a singer-songwriter from Manhattan, New York. Nursing a hot water while the blizzard turned the city into slush, Solovay possessed a quiet confidence as we chatted about the weather, how she was living out of a …

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