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DJ Black Panther Unleases Hip Hop Opus With “Soul Eater”

DJ Black Panther Unleases Hip Hop Opus With “Soul Eater”

James Moore December 13, 2011 Comments Off on DJ Black Panther Unleases Hip Hop Opus With “Soul Eater”

Black Panther is an example of an indie artist who has gained a massive following through (he has almost 11,000 Twitter fans) hard work, viral marketing and music worthy of any loud stereo system.

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Interview With Pewee In The Garage

Interview With Pewee In The Garage

James Moore December 13, 2011 Comments Off on Interview With Pewee In The Garage

Today I spoke with the brilliant and innovative electronic solo artist Pewee In The Garage, who I reviewed recently. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions. Tell us about Pewee In The Garage and what you

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Pop Punk Band Amuse Are Up To No Good And Having Fun

Pop Punk Band Amuse Are Up To No Good And Having Fun

James Moore December 13, 2011 Comments Off on Pop Punk Band Amuse Are Up To No Good And Having Fun

Pop punkers Amuse aim to fill the hole that emerged when veterans Blink 182 left the music scene (They have, of course, since returned), and fans of the mainstream branches of punk rock should

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The Broken Palaces Reinvent Christmas Music

The Broken Palaces Reinvent Christmas Music

James Moore December 9, 2011 Comments Off on The Broken Palaces Reinvent Christmas Music

Like Christmas music? This is often a dividing question that will earn strong reactions from whoever you ask it to. Many of us get tired of hearing the same songs over and over again.

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Jon Prophet Preaches To The Rock N Roll Choir

Jon Prophet Preaches To The Rock N Roll Choir

James Moore December 8, 2011 Comments Off on Jon Prophet Preaches To The Rock N Roll Choir

Recently I had the chance to speak with a very driven artist who has crafted his own intelligent and unique brand of rock n’ roll. In fact, he seems to share some of the

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Pewee In The Garage Creates Angelic Soundscapes

Pewee In The Garage Creates Angelic Soundscapes

James Moore December 8, 2011 Comments Off on Pewee In The Garage Creates Angelic Soundscapes

Pewee In The Garage is a unique solo project from Jakarta, Indonesia – all the work of one woman who uses music as an escape from her daily life. The results are surprisingly good

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Common Swift Will Appeal To Radiohead Fans With “Passing Spirit” EP

Common Swift Will Appeal To Radiohead Fans With “Passing Spirit” EP

James Moore December 8, 2011 Comments Off on Common Swift Will Appeal To Radiohead Fans With “Passing Spirit” EP

Common Swift are a 3-piece indie rock band hailing from Madison, Wisconsin. Inspired by artists such as Radiohead and Deerhoof, the band sets out into ambitious, emotionally charged territory with their “Passing Spirit” EP.

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Fans of Underworld and Chemical Brothers Will Love Chrisson

Fans of Underworld and Chemical Brothers Will Love Chrisson

James Moore December 8, 2011 Comments Off on Fans of Underworld and Chemical Brothers Will Love Chrisson

“I wish to shape the Universe in my hands.” – Chrisson Ambitious lyrics from an ambitious artist. Electronic artist Chrisson’s brand new EP “Reach” successfully blends a range of modern electronic influences such as

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Joe Darwish – Cali, Here I Come

Joe Darwish – Cali, Here I Come

James Moore December 8, 2011 Comments Off on Joe Darwish – Cali, Here I Come

Australian indie artist Joe Darwish sets his sights on California with the catchy “Cali, Here I Come”, the lead track off his current album “Rock And Load”, which is now available on iTunes. Inspired

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Morning Fame Sharing Their Light

Morning Fame Sharing Their Light

James Moore December 7, 2011 Comments Off on Morning Fame Sharing Their Light

Morning Fame is a Toronto-based rock band with a hint of indie pop and 80’s flair. Their song “Something On My Mind” begins with a shimmering build up leading right into a brightly lit verse

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