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UK pop-rock duo Anavae recently released a new music video for their new single “Feel Alive”. Blending sharp electronic elements with massive rock sounds Anavae have solidified their place in the UK scene and are out to conquer the globe. After 2 albums: 2012’s Into the Aether, and 2013’s Dimensions as well as an EP Storm Chaser and a re-interpretation album Parallel Dimensions, these guys have been around the block   Read More ...

The Tide by Atrium Hailed as one of the next bands to watch out for, Atrium is a progressive rock group that’s proving it has something to say with a powerful sound to accompany. Formed in 2011, the Charlotte, North Carolina based trio have already made fans across the world with their driving guitars, soaring melodies, and memorable hooks. They’ve performed multiple stints on the road, through which they have   Read More ...

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Rating: 8/10   The Material, comprised of Colleen D’Agostino (Vocals), Jon Moreaux (Guitar), Roi Elam (Guitar), Kevin Pintado (Drums) and Jordan Meckley (Bass), has just released their second full-length album, Everything I Want To Say. The record was produced by Kyle Black (Paramore, Pierce The Veil, All Time Low) and created via funding from a successful Indiegogo campaign.   Chances are if you’ve ever played the video game Rock Band   Read More ...

Categories: Music News, Reviews

Fueled By Ramen electronic-pop-rock duo Vera Emerge have released a series of YouTube audio tracks from their upcoming album Another Atmosphere to be released early in 2013:          

Categories: Listen, News

Let me start the review of Halocene by saying I really like Halocene’s vocalist, Addie Nicole. Her voice is pure, but powerful. It’s perfectly suited for pop/punk.   Their “Can You Hear Us Now” album starts with “Fragile and the Frail.” After listening to this album through several times, I’m glad they chose this song to start the album off. The chorus is so catchy that it’s almost annoying, and   Read More ...

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