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Temper Trap Uses Iphone Camera To Capture Album Cover

Ten years ago, our gadgets had limited capabilities, but still got the job done! Our digital point-and-shoot cameras were not the greatest, while our cell phones...

The Millenium Is On The Road Again

Last updated on January 22nd, 2019 at 07:21 amWith a knack for capturing life lessons of “love, loss, and learning” through their music, The Millenium has...

Otherworldly Live Performance: In The Garden Of Clay

 Juniper Douglas // In The Garden of Clay A Review by The Happy Children Photos by Casey Carlson In The Garden of Clay was the debut theatrical...

Glass Animals Mesmerize The Myth

English Indie Rock band, Glass Animals have been touring around the world, promoting the release of their sophomore album, How to Be a Human Being....

Matt Hires: Pastor’s Son Finding God on His Own Terms

Last updated on January 22nd, 2019 at 04:53 am American Singer/Singwriter, Matt Hires has had some changes in his life. Hires went from becoming the first...

The Temper Trap Under Pressure To Create Hits Like “Sweet Disposition”

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From Indian Lakes Travel to Land of 10,000 Lakes

  California-based multi-instrumentalist Joey Vannucchi and friends are currently on tour promoting From Indian Lakes‘ album Everything Feels Better Now, released October 14th, 2016. Supporting...

NYC Instrumental Group, TAUK Wins Over Festival Goers

Irony runs thick in the name of New York City Instrumental, Rock, Fusion group, TAUK. Aside from the interview we hosted with the band at NCMF,...

My Chemical Romance Release Awful Demos

Last updated on January 22nd, 2019 at 11:26 pm My Chemical Romance’s 10-year anniversary re-issue of their album, The Black Parade is now available on Spotify! Along...

Communist Daughter “Roll A Stone” Featured in USA Today’s 10 Best Songs Of The Week

Last updated on January 22nd, 2019 at 04:50 am Saint Paul native, Johnny Solomon was once a fixture in the tightly knit Twin Cities music...