Bronze Radio Return Brings the Energy to Downtown Orlando

At the start of 2019, Bronze Radio Return kicked off their 4 month national tour with Sontalk. Before joining the lineup of bands on the Rock Boat Concert cruise, Bronze Radio Return stopped by the Soundbar in downtown Orlando, Fl. With music that’s one part dance party and another part roots-rock, Bronze Radio Return knew how to bring the energy. With more than 60 million streams on Spotify and a new album release in less than a month, it was clear that the band members were genuinely excited to perform.

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Meg Mac Talks New Music, Self-Empowerment, and Her Upcoming Tour

Reminiscent of Adele with her powerful vocals and soul meets dark-pop crossover sound, Australian up-and-comer, Meg Mac, is a woman on a mission.

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Nashville’s Rayland Baxter Returns Home To Play At Marathon Music Works

Rayland Baxter is one of the most notable artists in Nashville’s rising scene of indie music. Baxter ‘s music has strains of Americana and folk rock mixed with catchy hooks. His music stands out by its laidback vibe and simple yet appealing storytelling. He debuted his career as a songwriter with his album Feathers & Fishhooks in 2012 and has released two albums since then.

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Tell All Your Friends Okey Dokey Is Back

Okey Dokey is becoming one of Nashville’s favorite contemporary bands. With genre-bending songs featuring Motown, R&B, and psychedelia. The charismatic band consists of frontman Aaron Martin and guitarist Johny Fisher. The band’s formation is part of the aftermath of the breakup of Sol Cat, a band in which Fisher was part of. Searching to create something different, him and Martin decided to join forces and start a new project. The two of them went to Fisher’s cabin to write songs for several days and when they came back, they had written the whole album and proceeded to recruit members from local bands like The Weeks, Rayland Baxter, and Sol Cat for the recording process. The collaborative approach they had with their first album Love You, Mean It gave the record a unique sound.

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Panic! At The Disco Takes On Sold Out Charlotte Crowd

In 2006, Panic! At The Disco peaked at number seven on the Billboard Top 100 with their hit, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.” After not having a song this high on the charts for thirteen years, their song, “High Hopes” hit number six. This brought on a whole new generation of fans, and the sold out Charlotte crowd definitely proved it.

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Catfish and the Battlement announce first details of highly anticipated new album, "The Balance"

Catfish and the Bottlemen’s third album, The Balance, will be out Friday, April 26 via Capitol Records. In the breaks between electrifying outdoor and festival shows in 2018, Van McCann (vocals, guitars), Johnny Bond (guitars), Robert “Bob” Hall (drums), and Benji Blakeway (bass) retreated with Irish producer Jacknife Lee (U2, The Killers) to carefully craft The Balance over a 12-month period. Recorded in seclusion at two locations – Grouse Lodge in Moate, Republic of Ireland, and The Chapel in the countryside of East Lincolnshire – the band lived and breathed the album while residing together in rural isolation. The album was mixed by Craig Silvey (Florence + the Machine, Arcade Fire).

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Hometown Hero, Dorothy, Recieves a Warm Welcome at the San Diego House of Blues

For San Diego locals, hometown hero, Dorothy Martin, is a must see act. And based on the size of the crowd that poured into the San Diego House of Blues on a cold and rainy Wednesday evening, it was obvious that fans clearly felt the same.

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New Order celebrate their key to the city of Miami Beach at sold-out show

On January 12th, dance-rock pioneers New Order were warmly welcomed back to the iconic Jackie Gleason Theater also known as the Fillmore Miami Beach at a sold-out concert following their last show at the venue in 2016.

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Manu Beker’s Newest EP Tell It Like It Is Will Blow You Away

Manu Beker is an independent singer-songwriter from Mexico City and is currently living in Los Angeles where he attends CalArts’ music department. Beker started playing guitar in his early teens and looking to improve his musicianship he expanded to piano and vocals. For a 21-year-old Beker has accomplished quite a few milestones such as releasing three EPs (one of them with his project Sol-Setter), collaborating with Grammy-winning artists and producers, as well as composing scores for television and film.

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Vince Neil and his band show Las Vegas' Golden Nugget their 'Wild Side'

The Showroom at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas holds less than 700 people, and to to see Vince Neil and his band perform an intimate venue was incredible!  With Jeff Blando on guitar and Dana Strum on bass and add Zoltan Chaney on the drums, the band’s performance was up close and personal. The playlist included a collection of Motley Crew tracks.

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Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes U.S. Tour ends on a high note at the Orpheum Los Angeles

With the announcements of Radiohead’s induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Academy Award shortlist nomination of his song “Suspirium,” Thom Yorke ends his tour and the year on a high note.

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Gang of Youths Play Energetic Show At The Basement East

Gang of Youths is an Alternative Rock band from Sydney, Australia founded by vocalist and guitarist Dave Le’aupepe, lead guitarist Joji Malani, bassist Max Dunn, drummer Donnie Borzestowski, and Jung Kim on keyboards. The band has been active since 2012 but did not release a full-length album until 2015 when they debuted The Positions which took them two years to record. Le’aupepe is not afraid to get personal in his songwriting, in the first album he narrates his struggle with depression to the point of attempting suicide and his relationship with his ex-wife who suffered from melanoma. The Positions quickly got played on Australian radio and obtained international acclaimed. Favorite tracks of this record include “Magnolia” and “The Overpass.”

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Twenty One Pilots: The Bandito Tour

This duo, currently comprised of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, began their rise to stardom in 2012 upon signing to the label “Fueled by Ramen” and shortly thereafter releasing “Vessel” in 2013 – though Tyler Joseph self-released two earlier albums with alternate bandmates, who left the group in 2011.

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Underoath Set Personal Records with the Erase Me Tour

Hailing from Tampa, Florida, metalcore icons, Underoath, pulled out all the stops to make their visit to the Shrine LA one for the books. In addition to breathing new life into their music career through a rebirth process of refining, rebranding, and releasing a sixth studio album (Erase Me out April 6 via Fearless Records) Underoath blew away expectations with not only a new sound, but a new identity so to speak. Dropping their title as a Christian band and adding additional hints of pop influence to their latest tracks, the newly energized group set their sights on crafting what can only be described as a tour of massive proportions.

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Ben Rector: Indie Music’s Oklahoma Heartthrob

In 2010, Ben Rector captured the hearts of audiences young and old with his first album “Into the Morning.” Though not a big enough superstar to headline a tour right away, he combined his talents with other Nashville acts Steve Moakler and Andrew Ripp before diving into a co-headline tour with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors. In September of the following year, Rector released “Something Like This” to similar success, started to tour on his own, and started to work alongside the likes of Needtobreathe, supporting their tour early in 2012. Fast forward through the release of “The Walking in Between” and “Brand New” in 2013 and 2015, respectively, and you have an artist who has grown year after year both in sound and in audience size.

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Caamp: A Nostalgic Trio Worth Watching

There’s just something so refreshing about listening to indie-folk music in an intimate and packed venue on a cold Saturday evening. Most shows now are all about size, scale, production, fire, loudness, you name they gimmick, most concerts and festivals have it. Not Caamp. These three bring raw emotion, mastery of their instruments, and a crafty manipulation of quietness to command the attention of audiences, whether performing indoors or out, in a big space or small, at a festival or in a bar.

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St. Lucia: The Hyperion Tour

With the instant classic release of “When the Night” in 2013, followed by a three-year hiatus before the group’s follow-up album “Matter,” it is not surprise the band utilized another lengthy absence of two years to craft their latest project, “Hyperion.” These long stretches, however, do not come from a lack of inspiration or desire. Instead, they reflect the care and attention put into each track of an album before the ultimate culmination of the musical work. This time around, too, singer, synth-player and wife, Patti Beranek, added an interesting twist to the writing and creative process by bearing and giving birth to Indy, her and front man Jean-Philip Grobler’s child.

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Wild Rivers Showcase Folk-Pop at its Finest

Energetic and bursting with charisma, Toronto’s Wild Rivers radiate an unbeat sound that’s been quick to capture the hearts and ears of listeners around the world. And with an impressive tally of 30+ million Spotify streams stemming from the release of a single studio album and EP alone, Khalid Yassein (vocals/guitar), Devan Glover (vocals), Andrew Oliver (guitar/bass), and Julien Laferriere (drums) clearly demonstrate a strong knowledge of what makes a good track.

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Skating Polly to Kick Off Winter Tour This Friday

Whether you call it alt-rock, indie-pop, or DIY punk, viewers and fans alike agree that whatever the genre mashup title reads, Skating Polly will sound like none other than, well… Skating Polly. Raised on the wisdom of 70’s punk and 90’s alt-rock, step-sisters and original founding duo, Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse, were always surrounded by good sources of inspiration. Yet, they’ve also held onto a special pride stemming from fostering their own unique musical flair.

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Mac Demarco Croons his fans at Intimate Solo Show

Mac Demarco is a man who needs no introduction by now, he is unarguably one of the most charismatic artists in the scene and has earned the title as the “Prince of Indie”. Demarco made his big debut with Rock and Roll Nightclub in 2012 but many have been following him way before that with his project, Makeout Videotape. During a short span of 5 years, Demarco has released five albums in which he progressively manages to captivate his audience even further.

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Girlpool and Porches co-headline show in Nashville

Girlpool is a Los Angeles based duo fronted by Harmony Tividad who is the lead singer and bass player and Cleo Tucker who plays guitar. The band was founded in 2013 but did not release a full album until 2015 when they released Before The World Was Big, that album launched their careers in a way they never expected. Before the release of that album, Cleo was thinking about going to college in the west coast and leaving the band but the band began to pick quick success and she decided to stay with Harmony and invest more time in the band. The band caught the attention of English record label Wichita and proceeded to sign a deal and release their debut album with them.

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