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Interview with Shim Moore on upcoming solo album: “If you like Sick Puppies, you’ll like this album. I guarantee it.”

Shim Moore initially made his bones fronting post-grunge trio Sick Puppies in the late 90s. The band would achieve international success in the following decades with their second and third albums: 2007’s Dressed Up as Life and 2010’s Tri-Polar. By late 2014, however, the band’s unexpected dissolution forced him to …

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Lifehouse & Switchfoot live in Asbury Park, NJ August 10: Interview with Lifehouse’s Bryce Soderberg and Jason Wade

Lifehouse have held a strong footing amidst the variable success of current mainstream rock. The band is best known for their accessible blend of post-grunge and pop, which defines such classics as “Hanging by A Moment,” “Spin,” and “You And Me,” along with modern gems “All In” and “Hurricane.” 17 …

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EP Review: Northernmost – Pinedale (Out September 18)

Cambridge, Massachusetts newcomers Northernmost successfully demonstrated an unbound tenacity in their local scene. After the release of Culprit, the quintet kept expanding to show for their quick success. They’ve branded themselves as “Reverb Rock,” a style that combines the textural depth of dreampop with a post-grunge accessibility. It finds definite …

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