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Playing With Fire

Playing With Fire Band – Review

“Potential” is a funny word. For me, it was my grade school teachers’ way of telling my parents that I was a semi-intelligent slacker. Obviously, that is not what I’m saying about the Playing With Fire band. They’re already beginning to show signs of their realized potential. However, they’re just not there quite yet. I […]

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Freudz Couch – Martha – Review

When I took a look at their Facebook page it said they were founded in 1993. That’s pretty much all the information I could find at the time. So, I was like, hmm…ok. Maybe someone is reviving a band they formed years back. I liked the band so much that we played the Freudz Couch song […]

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Odds Lane – Featured Artist

Odds Lane is one of those rock groups that lives under the radar. The band is a duo from St. Louis, MO, that have been playing music together for around 30 years, and they’re really good at what they do. Odds Lane When I was playing with them in a half original/half cover band called […]

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Traverse Town – Featured Artist

Traverse Town is a band from the Boston, MA, area that is helping bring back the ’80s lush synth sound like a BOSS! We’ve had this band’s music on our show before and they happen to be a finalist in our Virtual Reality competition. Traverse Town Music At age 16, Seth is the mixing engineer […]

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knightlife

Knightlife – Field Day

Knightlife seems like a band that gets it. They sound like they’ve all been around studios and venues long enough to know what works and what to avoid. It seems like they all know what sounds they want from their instruments & know how to get them. The same goes for their approach to songwriting & recording. The […]

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The Oil Barons

The Oil Barons – Review

While listening to The Oil Barons, so many influences & genre comparisons came to mind that I was left with only one overshadowing characteristic. This band is simply unique, which fills a void in rock music that has been oversaturated by so many Nu-post-sub-core genres. The Oil Barons – Genre Averse, In A Good Way! […]

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New Aristocrats

The New Aristocrats – Review

I have learned a lot from The New Aristocrats. Mainly, I did not know 80’s freestyle dance-pop was a thing. After a few google searches, however, I discovered that it really is a thing. Where have I been since the 80’s? I guess in the 90’s. And then the 2000’s. But anyway, apparently there is […]

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