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Rise Against photo by LeAnn Mueller
Rise Against photo by LeAnn Mueller
Rise Against photo by LeAnn Mueller

After 15 years and seven albums, Rise Against has withstood punk trends to become a mainstay on the scene. The band’s new album, The Black Market, solidifies its reputation. Recorded between January and March at Blasting Room S...

 
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twenty one pilots
twenty one pilots
twenty one pilots

Nominated for four awards including Album of the Year, twenty one pilots certainly made an impression at this summer’s inaugural Alternative Press Music Awards when singer Tyler Joseph scaled tall scaffolding in a daredevil stu...

 
 
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Mineral photo b Courtney Chavanell
Mineral photo b Courtney Chavanell
Mineral photo b Courtney Chavanell

Next month, Austin’s Mineral will reissue their two seminal albums, 1996’s The Power Of Failing and 1998’s EndSerenading, each remastered and on Double 180 Gram DMM vinyl. The band is also putting out Mineral – 1994-1998, a dou...

 
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Meg Myers
Meg Myers
Meg Myers
 

Meg Myers: Leaving it on the stage

 
September 8, 2014
 



After spending the summer on the festival circuit, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Meg Myers has lined up a club tour this fall. Her latest EP, Make a Shadow, has yielded two singles: “Desire” and “Heart Heart Head,&#...

 
 
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John Wicks
John Wicks
John Wicks

As the story goes, Fitz and the Tantrums came together in 2008. Frontman Fitz had written the tune “Breakin’ the Chains of Love” on an old electronic organ and recruited college pal James King to help him fles...

 
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The Black Keys, photo by Danny Cinch
The Black Keys, photo by Danny Cinch
The Black Keys, photo by Danny Cinch

Recorded at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles during the summer of 2013, The Black Keys’ new album presents a kinder, gentler version of the garage blues they’ve played for the past decade. Danger Mouse is still at the helm, adding l...

 
 
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The Iguanas
The Iguanas
The Iguanas

A New Orleans band that doesn’t necessarily sound like a New Orleans band, The Iguanas have been kicking around since 1989. With their recent releases, 2012’s Sin to Sin and this year’s Juarez, the band has hit a new creative h...