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Craig Wedren, “Get Your Body”

Jun 26, 2012 1:39 PM by Will Durkin
Craig Wedren, “Get Your Body”

As part of the classic DC band Shudder to Think, Craig Wedren helped define the mid-90’s alternative music scene. When the band broke in 1998, however, Wedren wasn’t finished. He decided to continue recording as a solo musician. 

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Sad Baby Wolf, “Everything Is (Neutral Milk Hotel Cover)”

Jun 15, 2012 5:49 PM by Will Durkin
Sad Baby Wolf, “Everything Is (Neutral Milk Hotel Cover)”

Rising out of the ashes of the old Shins band is Sad Baby Wolf. After Marty Crandall and Neal Langford parted ways with James Mercer and then Shins project they returned home to Albuquerque, and got back to basics by surrounding themselves with good friends and family. Eventually the musical instinct returned as they began jamming with friends and before long the Sad Baby Wolf project was underway.

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Jacob Jeffries Band, “Crazy Under the Moon”

Jun 13, 2012 4:45 PM by Will Durkin
Jacob Jeffries Band, “Crazy Under the Moon”

Miami, FL based quartet Jacob Jeffries Band crafts hooky piano driven power pop in the vein of Ben Folds. Energetic and fun, “Crazy Under the Moon” is a great intro to their sound.

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Colt Ford, “Answer To No One” (ft. JJ Lawhorn)

Jun 13, 2012 12:37 PM by Staff
Colt Ford, “Answer To No One” (ft. JJ Lawhorn)

Colt’s Ford‘s “Answer to No One” could easily be called “Colt’s Manifesto.” Colt’s back to remind us exactly who he is, and we’re not just talking about being the Georgia boy who raps country music– nope, Colt’s digging deeper to show us what makes him tick.

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Girlyman, “Empire of our State”

Jun 7, 2012 6:04 PM by Will Durkin
Girlyman, “Empire of our State”

Girlyman try not to take themselves too serious – after all, they named themselves Girlyman – but their fans take them very seriously. Travelling across states and countries to see a show, tattooing song lyrics on themselves – these are examples of their dedication.

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Orbo and the Longshots, “Highway Tears”

Jun 7, 2012 5:23 PM by Will Durkin
Orbo and the Longshots, “Highway Tears”

Norwegian Grammy-winning rock group Orbo and the Long Shots are set to make their U.S. debut with their album Prairie Sun. The may be Scandinavian, but their sound is all American.

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Brennan Dylan, “Burning”

Jun 6, 2012 3:43 PM by Will Durkin
Brennan Dylan, “Burning”

One night in 2007 while out at a Montreal club, guitar virtuoso Brennan Dylan had a revelation. He had come expecting to see Tommy Lee and DJ Aero but instead found himself at a Deadmau5 concert. As the progressive house DJ’s thunderous set reverberated throughout the club, Dylan felt a surge of inspiration.

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Jhayee, “Mop It Up”

Jun 5, 2012 6:24 PM by Will Durkin
Jhayee, “Mop It Up”

New York based dancehall artist Jhayee‘s goal is to keep the world dancing one step at a time. His brand new dancefloor anthem “Mop It Up” is sure to be the soundtrack to many club nights this summer. If you’re looking for a track to get your night heated up, look no further!

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Oceanics, “Jukebox”

Jun 5, 2012 1:12 PM by Will Durkin
Oceanics, “Jukebox”

Aussie quartet Oceanics are turning heads with their new EP Bright People. With their big, jangling guitar sound, they are are putting own spin on the Brit-Pop genre.

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George Kamel, “Mockingbird”

Jun 4, 2012 5:14 PM by Will Durkin
George Kamel, “Mockingbird”

Moving to a new place can teach you a lot about yourself. For singer/ songwriter George Kamel, moving from his hometown of Boston to Mobile, Alabama provided the inspiration for his upcoming album The Great Coward, set for release on June 12. Today we have a sneak peak of what Kamel has in store for us with the single “Mockingbird.”

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