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Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Blushing – Weak All in the Golden Afternoon – Magic Eyes Shanghai Beach – Youth 1709 The Sour Notes – Ride It Out Little Tornados & Caroline Says – I Disappear Flower Graves – Savage Sailor Poon – Marry Myself Dayshifters – White Table  
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Genuine Leather – Found a Face Processions – Solipsist Monk Parker – Gaudy Frame Leather Girls – Arabian Daze Ruby Fray – Honor Holiday Music – The Energy Frosty Palms – Blur Guest Rooms – With Me  
El Cosmico: Trans Pecos Festival Review

El Cosmico: Trans Pecos Festival Review

Photos and Words by Nathan Edge ( Instagram )   El Cosmico: Trans Pecos offers a truly unique festival experience, influenced by desert cowboy and Native American vibes, while showcasing a thoughtfully chosen lineup of soulful musicians, handmade artists, artisan food vendors and community workshops. 2016 marked the 11th year for the annual Festival of...
Maija Sofia's "Stains" is a Beautiful Reflection on Transitory States

Maija Sofia’s “Stains” is a Beautiful Reflection on Transitory States

  Maija Sofia isn’t one to let go of her artistic reins — her single “Stains” off her debut EP The Sugar Sea was self-written, recorded and produced and Sofia also took command in directing her music video. The Dublin-based indie folk songstress captured the track’s solemn mood on a foggy and dreary day by...
The Aurian Haller Band's House of Words Is Poetry and Music Perfectly Aligned

The Aurian Haller Band’s House of Words Is Poetry and Music Perfectly Aligned

  The Aurian Haller Band successfully sprawls across the genre-scape; from indie-folk to country-twang to experimental jazz, this quartet ignites aural sparks in their new album released earlier this month, House of Words. The band merges together poetic songwriting with instrumental coordination into a well crafted package, displaying their folk melodies which ring reminiscent of...
One For The Locals: Micky and The Motorcars

One For The Locals: Micky and The Motorcars

Tumblin’ down from the heights of the Sawtooth Mountains, Micky and The Motorcars hit the Stafford stage Thursday night to commence their Texas tour. Led by frontman Micky Braun and his guitarist brother Gary Braun, The Motorcars are coming to kick up some grade-A Americana dust. Music is just part of the brothers’ blood, as...
Not So Indie Radar: Jeff Rosenstock

Not So Indie Radar: Jeff Rosenstock

Raise your hand if you are familiar with Jeff Rosenstock. Wait, no… put your hands down, because I can’t see you, like, at all. Shit, this is awkward. Look, the point I’m trying to illustrate is that if I COULD see you, then it’s likely that many of you haven’t raised your hands, which is...
The Mowgli's - Love's Not Dead EP

The Mowgli’s – Love’s Not Dead EP

The Mowgli’s have been taking the folk-indie world by storm  since the release of their EP, “Love’s Not Dead,” back in October. They have especially been captivating the airwaves with their immensely catchy, musical smile of the song “San Francisco,” which has become insanely popular. There’s something about their sound that simply puts a smile...

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