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Interview: Phil of Wayland

Southern rock group Wayland are coming out from their shell in Wayland, Michigan to show the world they’ve got something to prove. Their debut album Rinse and Repeat under Mighty Loud/InGrooves released September 22nd. Guitarist Phillip Vilenski took time out of his day to discuss the new record and inspirations behind the …

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Interview: Danny Padilla

Two months ago Danny Padilla dropped latest single “Too Bad.” He may be a familiar face on YouTube with a variety of videos consisting of music covers, impersonation covers, improv skits, and everyday/personal videos. He’s taking a dive into the music scene with his original music, and his newest single …

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Album Review: Varials – Pain Again

Varials is up-and-coming metalcore’s divine quintet, proving to be one of Fearless Records’ heaviest bands with their brutal nature and cynical lyricism. Reigning from Philadelphia, vocalist Travis Tabron, guitarist Mitchell Rogers, guitarist James Hohenwarter, drummer Sean Rauchut, and bassist Mike Foley have joined forces on their Fearless debut album Pain …

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EP Review: Vault 51 – Kid

Vault 51 is slowly becoming Atlanta’s best kept secret. The unsigned alternative rock quintet released their debut EP Kid on July 20th. Landon Jones (vocals,) Tom Jepson (guitar/vocals,) Patrick Snyder (guitar,) Alex Garmon (bass,) and Joshua Landry (drums) have persevered many obstacles to get where they are today, but have …

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EP Review: Last Bullet – 80-69-64

Last Bullet is a Toronto based band that knows how to make southern rock magic. The self-made band has spent the last 8 years building something they’re proud of, and they have every reason to be. Previous works include 2012 release Love.Lust.Illusion EP and their self-titled album in 2010. Having …

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Album Review: Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7

One of the greatest things about music is that it’s universal. A personal favorite is when artists take songs not of their own, revise the recipe, and put their own twist on it. Punk Goes Pop offers Top 40 pop hits revamped by some of the most known punk-rock souls. …

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EP Review – Griffin Oskar

Earlier this month, Los Angeles-based Griffin Oskar released his debut EP, Hostage. A Portland transplant, Oskar was discovered and signed to his current label after a remix of one of his demos went viral—as in, it accumulated more than 6 million Soundcloud and 7.2 million Spotify plays. Fans of the …

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