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Northern Arms

What You've Got On
Sep - 09 - 14
Drawing influence from jazz to folk to the mystique of gothic Americana, Northern Arms delivers a hauntingly striking sound on their self-titled debut. Pulsing percussive beats along with group vocals and chants over horns and piercing organs show the diversity of Northern Arms while giving this alb ...

The Lovers Key

Saturday Night
Sep - 08 - 14
The Lovers Key brings new love to the early Motown and soul genres of the 1960’s. Their debut LP, Here Today Gone Tomorrow, mixes big band horn sections and bright organs while Maco Monthervil’s bluesy lyrics inspire love, lust, and heartache. One could imagine such raw sounds coming straight fr ...

Phantom Tails

Static Lions
Sep - 05 - 14
Local band Phantom Tails fuses rock with IDM with their track "Static Lions." The self-described foamcore group stopped by our studio a couple weeks ago and really tore it up! Check out the track below and if you like what you hear, head on over to our In-Studio page for more.

The Rosebuds

Esse Quam Videri
Sep - 04 - 14
North Carolina indie duo the Rosebuds' new album has plenty of good things that make it work, but it's hard not to assume one of the primary ones is the assistance of Bon Iver/Volcano Choir/Midwestern golden boy Justin Vernon. The jangle-pop of "Esse Quam Videri" strides forward with confidence, and ...


Fake Money
Sep - 03 - 14
Canadian group Arkells is a big deal in our upstairs neighbor country. Having won a Juno, this is a group that has more than proved themselves, and their third album only further confirms this fact. Filled with plenty of nods to 70s rock (the group recorded a bunch of Motown covers earlier this year ...

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