Miss Pixie’s
Jul31

Miss Pixie’s

Miss Pixie’s By Serenat Kivilcim For those of you who tend to drift outside the norms of society and crave a bit of flavor, then you are most likely familiar with the rustic appeal of an antique shop. For those of you who have yet to treat yourselves to this special shade of retail, well, it’s ironic how something so old and exotic can be such a new and interesting experience. Either way, Miss Pixie’s is most...

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Interview with Charming Liars
Jul28

Interview with Charming Liars

Charming Liars By Coral Rowley Charming Liars is a band of believers. This four man band, originally from London, had such a belief in their music that they were willing to pack up their lives and move across the world. They released their first four track EP, New Disorder in October of 2013 and have been on an upward path since. Their sophomore EP, We Won’t Give Up, is filled with catchy, hopeful songs that are easy to become...

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OWL –  Show Review
Jul27

OWL – Show Review

  OWL-Show Review By Harriet Kaplan Owl plays heavy, melodic rock and they also mine the genres of alternative, classic rock and metal. They have been called neo grunge. That label isn’t far off the mark. The band also has dark, brooding sound reminiscent of Soundgarden. Speaking of grunge, the three-piece powerhouse trio fronted by bassist and singer/songwriter Chris Wyse, who known for playing with everyone from The Cult...

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Wyland
Jul26

Wyland

Wyland By Carolyn Vallejo The first thing you’ll hear about this band is that they are friends with Mumford & Sons. And the first thing you’ll notice about Wyland’s music is that such a friendship definitely doesn’t hide in its sound. But there is more to this band than a general folksy tone and the familiar lead acoustic guitar, and there was no better song than “Wait” for Wyland to choose for their coming-out first music video....

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Nina Yasmineh – Pirates
Jul25

Nina Yasmineh – Pirates

  Nina Yasmineh – Pirates By Carolyn Vallejo Singer-slash-songwriters have it hard today. The market seems to be flooded with them, and they introduce themselves to subtle eye rolls and expectations to be less than blown away, if not downright bored. Luckily, Nina Yasmineh champions the true art of singing and songwriting. She isn’t simply a pretty voice and a guitar and predictable lyrics. She produces her music, taking...

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