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Not For Lease

Not For Lease – Review

Not For Lease is a hard rock band hailing from close to my original neck of the woods Grand Rapids, MI. The band’s music is all original and quite creative. To put a label on it right away (no Joe, don’t!) I would have to say it’s sort of a mix of early Silverchair meets […]

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Loser Company

Loser Company – Featured Artist

Loser Company is a duo of excellent dudes from California making some pretty cool tunes. They’ve been in bands together before going back nearly 20 years, but recently teamed up again for this most recent venture…and we noticed. So, we had them on our show Indie Music LIVE! and they are the featured artist this […]

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Love Stallion

Love Stallion – Big Rock Radio – Review

What began as a musical experiment between vocalist Aaron Hart and guitarist Crayton Huntly in 2013 turned into a glam rock sensation by 2015. Based out of Denver, CO, Love Stallion is known for its lively performances, flashy costumes, and chiseled man thighs. Inspired by stadium rock legends such as Kiss, Def Leppard, and Van […]

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Dash band

Dash Band – Super – Review

Super is the debut album from rock/soul band Dash. Despite the fact that the band is less than a year old, the record is overflowing with groovy tunes and party vibes. Based out of Bozeman, MT, the group covers a large variety of sound, incorporating elements such as funk, soul, reggae, R&B, and rock. Beginning […]

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Cayla Brooke

Cayla Brooke – Plush Red Chair – Album Review

Cayla Brooke is a rip-roaring solo artist who has defied societal standards with her body-positive sonic revolution since 2013. Based out of Vancouver, Brooke’s music reflects jazzy sophistication with a rock-and-roll attitude. Having celebrated a Christmas album and a critically acclaimed theatrical homage to the late Eva Cassidy, Cayla Brooke is now touring behind her […]

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Freudz Couch - Freedom

Freudz Couch – Freedom

Freudz Couch have returned with some more rockin’ sounds. The Canadian quartet, originally active from ’93-’03, reformed two years ago in 2016. The band has released a single entitled “Freedom”, a follow-up to their 2017 EP Ego. Freudz Couch – Freedom The vocals then make a powerful entrance, searing themselves onto the listeners brain. “Blue […]

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