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Ewert and the Two Dragons, photo credit Mart Vares
Ewert and the Two Dragons, photo credit Mart Vares
Ewert and the Two Dragons, photo credit Mart Vares

"We try to be as honest as possible," says Ewert and the Two Red Dragons singer Ewert Sundja about making music. "We don’t set out to make quiet music with intensity. It has to be a natural process of getting to the end. "

 
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Daniel Silbert
Daniel Silbert
Daniel Silbert

While on the road with his band, Fun., guitarist Jack Antonoff began writing some songs for a solo project that he called Bleachers. He didn’t tell anyone about the songs until he released the first single, “I Wanna Get B...

 
 
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Gaslight Anthem by Pamela Littky
Gaslight Anthem by Pamela Littky
Gaslight Anthem by Pamela Littky

The Gaslight Anthem quickly became critics’ darlings as it delivered albums such as 2008’s The ’59 Sound and 2010’s American Slang. On 2014’s Get Hurt, which was produced by Brit Mike Crossey (Foals, Arc...

 
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Taking Back Sunday credit: Ryan Russell
Taking Back Sunday credit: Ryan Russell
Taking Back Sunday credit: Ryan Russell

The Long Island-based rock band Taking Back Sunday recently reissued Happiness Is: The Complete Recordings. The boxset features the band’s original 2014 record along with rare and unreleased tracks. The songs are all spread out...

 
 
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JD McPherson
JD McPherson
JD McPherson

JD McPherson just released his new album, Let The Good Times Roll, in February. It’s gotten great reviews. Paste Magazine, for example, says the singer-songwriter “strikes a balance between power and agility.” The album veers f...

 
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PRhyme
PRhyme
PRhyme

For PRhyme’s self-titled debut, DJ Premier only utilized samples from psychedelic producer Adrian Younge. The album, which features guests like ScHoolBoy Q, Mac Miller, Jay Electronica and Killer Mike, has a cool, old school vi...

 
 
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Long Way to the Top
Long Way to the Top
Long Way to the Top

Rob Montague has played in several bands over the years, and now he’s decided to take a look at music from a different angle. His new film, Long Way to the Top, takes a look at the business side of music and what life on ...