Mix of breaking news from the indie music world.

[INSIDE SCOOP] Stone Cold Fox releases debut LP Memory Palace on May 6th


Hailing from Brooklyn, NY , Stone Cold Fox, a blend of genres ranging from american roots to  futuristic indie rock, aspire to bring a new sound to the music industry. Memory Palace will be released on May 6th and good news, there are two singles are already out from this new LP. Take a listen to

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[Review] Apache Relay Self-Titled Album, Available 4/22


It has been three years since The Apache Relay released their last album, American Nomad.  Fans, like myself, have been waiting patiently for the sophomore effort and the wait is finally over with the self-titled record, due out on April 22nd. Backtracking to the origin of The Apache Relay; Michael Ford Jr. (vocals, bass) teamed

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#TBTReview – The Strokes – Is This It? (2010)


The initial roster of The Strokes consisted of Nikolai Fraiture on bass, Fabrizio Moretti on drums, Nick Valensi on guitar, and Julian Casablancas as the lead vocalist. In their formative stages, they pried on the ability to create lo-fi sounds with an emphasis on simple song writing structure, and poetic introspective of the life and

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The Holmes Brothers Show Love at Ardmore Music Hall

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Photography and story by Steven Philips.  StSteven.com #StSteven I am a lover of blues, especially if there are soul, gospel, and/or funk influences. The thing about old bluesmen is that they have generally spent so many thousands of hours playing their music, whether sitting on the front porch, performing in juke joints, bars, and clubs,

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ARTIST LINEUP ANNOUNCED FOR THE 2014 XPONENTIAL MUSIC FESTIVAL Tickets go on sale May 1st to general public for 3-day festival on the Camden waterfront Friday, July 25 through Sunday, July 27 Now in its 10th year at Wiggins Park and its third year at the adjacent Susquehanna Bank Center, the 2014 XPoNential Music Festival

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Northside Festival Announces – Beirut, The War on Drugs, and More

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Northside Festival Announces Outdoor Shows Featuring Beirut and The War on Drugs, Film Premieres, New Speakers and More April 16 – Brooklyn, NY – Northside Festival is proud to announce that on June 13 and 14, it will kick off a summer-long Northside Summer Concert Series at 50 Kent with two special shows in the

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Hit The Lights Sign to Pure Noise Records

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Pure Noise Records is a label that everyone should be aware of. There’s not a single band on their roster that isn’t impeccable. I mean seriously how can a label be so perfect? Now they’re adding another great band to their musical family. Hit the Lights have officially signed to Pure Noise and will release

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[LOOK BACK] So So Glos @ SXSW – TSI Lounge Session

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Rolling Stone & Consequence of Sound’s Best of 2013 Indie Punk band So So Glos stormed through SXSW back in March.  We were able to catch a couple shows and catch up with them to get the inside scoop on the past and why they’ve cut the fat and gone back to the basics. Check

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[INSIDE SCOOP] Launch Music Conference 2014 – Promoter Jeremy Weiss Speaks


This week marks the sixth year that the Launch Music Conference will take over downtown Lancaster. Launch, which features showcases by fledgling acts, national headliners, and panels with music business professionals is the brainchild and pet project of CI Records JeremyWeiss. I spoke to him to find out what attendees and participants might expect this

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PAWS Books Back to Back Shows at Boot & Saddle + Youth Culture Forever Album [Review]

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The Glasgow-based pop-punks of PAWS are back with their sophomore release, Youth Culture Forever via FatCat Records. The album is a slight departure from their rambunctious debut Cokefloat! (2012,) which worked the teen angst angle so well, while paying homage to mothers everywhere. “Bloodlines” and “Sore Tummy” became famed staples in SXSW lore–their career strangely

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