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Let Your Eyes Be Enchanted & Your Mind Be Transformed By Vast Range Of Abstract Works Of Eli Marc Mueller

Eli Marc Mueller is a seamlessly exquisite visual and conceptual artist when it comes to creating his various abstract and surrealist forms through painting, illustration, installation, and mixed media. His range is vast; working with a wide range of media, photography, illustration, graphic design, video, and painting. The same themes and subjects matter appear consistently throughout this work, whether or not he is collaging images, using ink on paper, acrylic on canvas, video, or installation just to name a few.

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Stoplight Observations, Rare Creatures, SondorBlue Sold-Out Concert at Charleston Music Hall

This past Saturday, Charleston Indie-rock band Stoplight Observations performed a headlining, sold-out concert at Charleston Music Hall. The lineup for the night also included two other local bands: Rare Creatures and SondorBlue. The venue quickly filled up and there was a large crowd front and center standing against the stage shortly after doors opened. Having three local bands headline a show at this beautiful venue, everyone knew it would be fantastic, but we were all blown away by the performances of these talented musicians.

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Less Than Jake Bring Florida Heat To New Jersey

Gainesville Florida Ska-Punk Rockers Less Than Jake (LTJ) played before a near capacity crowd at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey on Feb 18th. Also, on the nights roster, Four Year Strong, Direct Hit! and Bearings. 

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Female Musical Empowerment with Cherry Glazerr, Vagabon, and Shannon Lay at The Fonda

With New Year’s Eve on the horizon, it’s easy for great shows to slip through your fingers. If you were lucky, you made it to Hollywood for Cherry Glazerr at The Fonda. Anyone who found themselves at this Goldenvoice event was treated to an evening of *great* artists with female leads illuminating the stage. What better way to end a year full of Weinsteins than with some strong women rising in music!

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Dave Hause's Ten-Month "Bury Me in Philly" Tour Concludes in New Jersey

Having spent much of the early 2000s fronting Philadelphia-area punk bands, Dave Hause struck out on his own in 2009, searching for a different sound. Armed with little more than an acoustic guitar, he joined Chuck Ragan’s star-studded Revival tour, a folk music gathering of artists from all genres and backgrounds, building a new following on the strength of his heartfelt songwriting.

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Gary Numan's Savage Tour Comes to Pennsylvania

The night saw him highlight tracks that spanned all four decades of his career, but as each song bled seamlessly into the next with only the briefest pause in between, it felt as if they were meant to be played in that precise order. Combining the pulsing, electronic beats with stark, frenetic lighting, the atmosphere began to feel like a rave, an intoxicating, irresistible opportunity to become completely absorbed by the music, a feeling from which the band wasn't exempt.

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The Drums' The Abysmal Thoughts Album Review

The Drums seem to have perfectly crafted the balance between the pure and sinister forces of sound that emerge to surface full force with their record, Abysmal Thoughts.

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Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls close out two-year tour in Pittsburgh

The black backdrop that has hung from the stage during most of Frank Turner’s performances this year simply and perfectly encapsulated the artist and his backing band. Emblazoned with what has become a trademark symbol for the rock and roll singer-songwriter, taken from his days as a hardcore punk, is the letter X, each section punctuated with an initial: FTHC.

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JD McPherson "Undivided Heart and Soul" album review

Roots rocker JD McPherson has always sought inspiration in the music of the past. He first turned heads in 2010 with his debut albumSigns and Signifiers, where he created a unique, new brand of rock and roll using sounds pulled from the early 1950s and given a twist so that they were fresh for modern ears.

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