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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Old Nobodaddy “Bury the Hatchet” I like my folk music tall, brooding, and murderous which, thankfully, is waaay different from how I like my men. Well, all except the tall part, I guess.  Old Nobodaddy sounds like his roots run deep, down into the sludgyRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Holy hotcakes, Mr. Mudd & Mr. Gold have (finally) released their debut album and it was certainly worth the wait. It’s good. Damn good. Given that they joined forces in 2012, five years may certainly seem like a longer-than-normal time frame for a band toRead More →

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Em & The Fates “Beautiful Life” NYC’s Em & The Fates go for an old school soul sound on their new single “Beautiful Life”. Grrrl group vocal harmonies lock down that vintage vibe with a nod to Motown. Add to that the radiantly positive message and you have the makingRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Ann Seletos is fuckin’ cool. And not cool in like a “cool” way. You know, that too cool for school, disaffected by everything and everyone around them, smoking cigarettes with reckless abandon kind of way. No, she’s cool in a completely other, cooler way. If youRead More →

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By Joe Golfen Contributing Writer Joel Marquard makes a lot of music. Whether playing with his acclaimed indie-rock band Gospel Claws, or as part of the vintage R&B group Samuel L Cool J, Marquard tackles a wide range of musical styles, always leaving his distinctive mark on everything he does.Read More →