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Rihanna Readies Fall Release?

Rihanna Readies Fall Release?

Fans have been patiently waiting for some new Rihanna to release and now, thanks to a source leak, the Bajan beauty music may be set for a November debut. Following the pattern that Beyonce set into motion with the surprise release of her latest self-titled project, Rihanna fans’ may be expecting a surprise iTunes for […]

New Music: The Society Islands Brings a Diverse Sound to Indie [Review]

New Music: The Society Islands Brings a Diverse Sound to Indie [Review]

When fans of new music think of Germany, sounds of strange experimental or heavy techno might flood one’s brain. In fact there is plenty of great rock coming out of Germany’s new music scene, and Cologne’s The Society Islands is an excellent example. The Society Islands has just released a new album called The Big […]

Kasabian Ends U.S. Tour With a Bang [Review]

Kasabian Ends U.S. Tour With a Bang [Review]

British power band, Kasabian, closed the U.S. leg of their world tour in support of their latest album, 48:13 at the House of Blues in San Diego on October 9. 48:13 is the band’s fifth album, which is just as hard-rocking as their previous endeavors. Kasabian, though generally tagged as alternative rock, is of a […]

Halloween Gets Wild With Lights [Video]

Halloween Gets Wild With Lights [Video]

Halloween is a time for trick-or-treating and candy. It is also a time for light displays that range from neighborhood homes to the Empire State Building. Two neighborhoods are getting into the scary spirit with wild light displays. In Alabama, Bob Boyer gets into the Halloween mood for the first time with a light display […]

Lou Reed Remembered One Year Later

Lou Reed Remembered One Year Later

Today, Oct. 27, marks the one year anniversary of the death of Lou Reed, making the date a day to reflect and remember the icon one year later. Last year, Reed succumbed to a liver transplant procedure that his body did not accept, resulting in widespread grief in the music industry. It is important to […]

Cream Singer Jack Bruce Dead at 71 [Video]

Cream Singer Jack Bruce Dead at 71 [Video]

Cream singer and legendary bassist Jack Bruce has died at the age of 71. His death occurred in the morning of Saturday, October 25. News of his passing was broken by his family via his website, where his loved ones thanked all his fans and supporters for what they had given him over the years. […]

James Hodson ‘Colours That Glow in the Dark’ Independent Music Review

James Hodson ‘Colours That Glow in the Dark’ Independent Music Review

Release Date: August 14, 2014 Studio: Self-recorded and produced Genre: Trip hop/Glitch/Drum and Bass/Ambient For Fans of: Nujabes, Cocorosie, Bones, Burial, Yppah In general, it takes a rare strain of courage to persist beyond multiple frustrations and failures to continue after one’s passion. In the climate and breakneck culture of today’s world, however, where new industry trends […]

New Music: Down-Home Blues and Folk From Michael Leonard Witham [Review]

New Music: Down-Home Blues and Folk From Michael Leonard Witham [Review]

Michael Leonard Witham embodies junkyard blues in the most literal way. His foray into creating new music began with a dumpster dive in his hometown, Shreveport, Louisiana. Witham touts himself as a “junk collector,” and on this day in 2010, he found a Yamaha acoustic guitar. The unwitting new musician took the guitar home fixed […]

New Music: Pacanomad Could Be the Next Adele or Better [Review]

New Music: Pacanomad Could Be the Next Adele or Better [Review]

The new music of the rock/blues outfit known as Pacanomad released in their first EP in July of this year has a bold sound in a large part because of their talented vocalist, Chantele Rivard. Pacanomad is no one-trick pony, however, with guitarist Nick Cifaldi providing blues solos on par with Santana and Stevie Ray […]

Michael Leonard Witham ‘A Scandal in The Violets’ Independent Music Review

Michael Leonard Witham ‘A Scandal in The Violets’ Independent Music Review

Some of the biggest changes in one’s life happen unexpectedly. Michael Leonard Witham, self-proclaimed “picker” found one particular item that caught his eye in the dumpster of an Indiana Mall. The Yamaha acoustic guitar needed little repair before Witham began strumming and singing the nights away, the instrument seemed at home in his presence. Four years […]

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