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Album Review: Cautioners – Conditional Identity EP
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Cautioners are today’s version of the Wizard of Oz; however, instead of fulfilling fantasies with trifle items, this bands fulfills music-lovers cravings for emotional and well thought out songs. The UK band consists of Alan Tansley, Henry Montague Lambourne and Josh Duddridge. With very little information available on its respective sites, Cautioners seem to be hiding behind the curtain of the music and allowing its first EP…

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Interview: Friend Slash Lover
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I was given the pleasure to interview Friend Slash Lover ahead of their forthcoming exhibition entitled ‘It Was My Idea To Steal That Idea’. The band discuss their latest single ‘HELLTHY’, and chat to me about the new directions they have taken; everything from their quirky summer single to Josh Mintz’ equally vibrant and socially relevant artwork. Mintz discusses what it was like working with former art school friend…

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Album Review: Nemes – Five Minutes EP
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There’s no question that in the landscape of the modern music industry that social media has created, there are hundreds of ways for artists to get their music into the hands of their fans. Worcester, MA quintet Nemes have taken this to heart and are releasing the 5-song 5 Minutes EP exclusively on their Kickstarter “I Carry Your Heart” project, which is running until April 21, 2013. “99 Cars” takes you on a journey…

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Album Review: Sarah D – Over You EP
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Born and raised in the South Australian capital city of Adelaide, pop/rock artist Sarah D knew music would be her future after buying her first Britney Spears album. It was because of Spears that D begged her mother for singing and dancing lessons, and by the young age of 12, Sarah shed all hesitation and found herself ultimately performing in front of crowds of hundreds at various events. A few years ago, a trip to the US…

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Album Review: Run For It – Better Days EP
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The Northeastern US has a knack for delivering only the best from the pop-punk world, and rockers Run For It are no exception to that trend. Seemingly determined to single-handedly prove that the genre isn’t dead, the five-piece is comprised of former members of bands Man Overboard and Bangarang. Better Days was recorded at Warminster, PA’s Overlook Studios by Bruce Wiegner in September 2012 and was released the…

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Show Review: Allstar Weekend – (February 20, 2013 – Boston)
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As I ventured from the Green Line to Lansdowne Street the cold night started to make me shiver. My first glimpse of the long line outside the House Of Blues – Boston gave me some warmth, exiting me with high hopes for the night ahead. With a photo pass from Call Me Anything, I was ready to photograph the energetic performances of Allstar Weekend, Cute Is What We Aim For, Beneath The…

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Album Review: Forget Me In Vegas – Coulda Shoulda EP
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Since their first release of Get Gone, Stay Gone, Forget Me In Vegas have made several changes as a band, including line-up changes and differentiating aspects of musical genre. Through the new Coulda Shoulda EP release, Forget Me In Vegas explores a more electronically-fueled method of musical creation. With Chris Wurzburg on vocals, Jamie Okrzynski playing guitar and Joe Raymond taking care of the…

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Album Review: Sink Swim – Heights EP
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Heights is the second effort by LA pop-punk trio Sink Swim, and the follow up to their previously released Elements EP. The five-track EP was recorded by Bob Curtin in The Gravity Room studios and was released on January 8, 2013. Pop-punk as a genre has the tendency of focusing on the more intangible desires of life – dreaming of adventure, of struggling against an unseen enemy, of prioritizing dreams over all else….

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Album Review: Sovereign Soldiers – Born Again EP
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“With every ending comes a new beginning,” is Florida band Sovereign Soldiers’ self-proclaimed message, and the message that their debut EP, Born Again, is intended to convey. This first effort was released on October 31, 2012, and is five tracks of unsigned rock’n’roll. Opening track “Born Again” hits provides an ethereal sounding opening that soon gives way to electronic-sounding bass and heavy guitars. Cue….

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Exclusive Song Premiere: Mike Fisher – Streets Of Gold
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Minneapolis-based solo artist Mike Fisher‘s new single “Streets of Gold” hits digital retailers tomorrow, but we are thrilled to exclusively premiere the Jordan Schmidt (All Time Low, Motion City Soundtrack) produced track a day early! Click the post title for an exclusive stream and be sure to let Mike Fisher know what you think of “Streets of Gold” on his Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Album Review: Punk Goes Pop Volume 5
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Upon hearing that Fearless Records was releasing another Punk Goes Pop album, I was anxious, yet skeptical. While the concept of merging all things pop into the world of punk is an interesting concept within itself, past releases in the series have also left me craving a little extra “gritty flair” that makes an album truly stand out. Punk Goes Pop 5, however, has taken a different approach to covering popular radio hits…

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Interview: Horizons
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Horizons is the dream-child of three really close friends who shared a passion for performing, playing instruments and writing music. Pretty soon after formation, two new members were added. After a short time together, the guys produced their debut EP and have effortlessly spend that past couple of years extensively touring. Growing a fan-base with their catchy choruses and talented work with…

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Album Review: AJ Edwards – Where the Rain Ricochets EP
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Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, AJ Edwards first picked up a guitar at age 16 and never put it down again. Years and many songs later, Where The Rain Ricochets is the end result. Produced by Aaron Johnson (tracks 1-3) and David Lefkowitz (tracks 4-5) and released May 11, 2012, the album consists of themes familiar to those who are fans of the singer-songwriter genre – songs of love, of loss, of life and the way all three…

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