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TYPHOON INVITES FANS TO LISTEN WITH THEM

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ASTRO TAN RELEASES “TO JOYCE, FROM JAPAN” TO KICK OFF SUMMER TOUR

[spb_text_block animation=”none” animation_delay=”0″ simplified_controls=”yes” custom_css_percentage=”no” padding_vertical=”0″ padding_horizontal=”0″ margin_vertical=”0″ custom_css=”margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;” border_size=”0″ border_styling_global=”default” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Just in time to kick off their summer tour, Portland’s self-proclaimed psychedelic R&B trio Astro Tan – comprised of Sam Wegman (vocals, guitars), Charles Tern (vocals, guitars), and Jed Overly (drums, percussion) – has released

ALBUM REVIEW: AARON LEE MARTIN, ‘LEARNED BEHAVIOR’

[spb_text_block animation=”none” animation_delay=”0″ simplified_controls=”yes” custom_css_percentage=”no” padding_vertical=”0″ padding_horizontal=”0″ margin_vertical=”0″ custom_css=”margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;” border_size=”0″ border_styling_global=”default” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Independent Aaron Lee Martin is a topic of discussion yet again. Following the Kickstarter that was the launch of his most recent and delayed album, Learned Behavior is a-go. Originally postponed due to the

WHAT WE ARE WATCHING: 11 MUSIC VIDEOS WE LOVED IN JUNE

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AARON LEE MARTIN IS MAKING A NEW ALBUM AND YOU CAN HELP

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REVIEW: DIET CIG, ‘SWEAR I’M GOOD AT THIS’

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SINPLE RELEASES ‘ORANGE PRESIDENT’ TO EXPRESS FEELINGS ON THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION

[spb_text_block animation=”none” animation_delay=”0″ simplified_controls=”yes” custom_css_percentage=”no” padding_vertical=”0″ padding_horizontal=”0″ margin_vertical=”0″ custom_css=”margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;” border_size=”0″ border_styling_global=”default” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Protests have wracked the country for months since the announcement of Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy. Outside the masses and discarded posters, Jesse Bartmess, creator of Sinple, found another way. The solo act’s newest release

SYLVAN ESSO RELEASES NEW SONG “DIE YOUNG” WITH ACCOMPANYING VIDEO

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EXON BANKS COVER 50 CENT’S ‘CANDY SHOP’ TO TRANSCEND GENDER EXPECTATIONS

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SONG PREMIERE: DANIEL FEINBERG, “ELEGY FOR MY BAND IN AN ANTIQUE STORE”

[spb_text_block animation=”none” animation_delay=”0″ simplified_controls=”yes” custom_css_percentage=”no” padding_vertical=”0″ padding_horizontal=”0″ margin_vertical=”0″ custom_css=”margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;” border_size=”0″ border_styling_global=”default” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Genres are hard to quantify and they are getting harder and harder as music becomes easier and easier to make. But that’s not a bad thing; it just means there’s an abundance of music