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What Copyright Law Means For Your Indie Band

What Copyright Law Means For Your Indie Band

Matt Bacon April 8, 2016 Comments Off on What Copyright Law Means For Your Indie Band

So, one of the things I like to write about on this blog is reflections on whatever textbook I’ve been reading (Protip: If you drop out of college to make a living in the

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Psycho CA Doom Festival: The Journey Home

Psycho CA Doom Festival: The Journey Home

Matt Bacon May 24, 2015 Comments Off on Psycho CA Doom Festival: The Journey Home

      Psycho California, now that’s a name that suggests things could get weird fast. Perhaps America’s largest doom metal festival we sent our worrisome journalist Matt Bacon out on the trail to

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Housecore Horror Film Festival Day 3 – Death, Doom, and Gore (In honor of Corey Mitchell)

Housecore Horror Film Festival Day 3 – Death, Doom, and Gore (In honor of Corey Mitchell)

Matt Bacon November 2, 2014 Comments Off on Housecore Horror Film Festival Day 3 – Death, Doom, and Gore (In honor of Corey Mitchell)

Housecore Horror Film Festival was quite the success last year. This Phil Anselmo curated event immediately garnered special attention from the metal world. This was to be the festivals second edition, and it was

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Interview with Piqued Jacks

Interview with Piqued Jacks

Matt Bacon July 25, 2014 Comments Off on Interview with Piqued Jacks

I recently had the chance to sit down with pop-rock luminaries Piqued Jacks. In our twenty minute interview I found these young Italians to be fun rock and rollers who really know what they’re

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“Lazaretto” finds Jack White bruised and seeing blue

“Lazaretto” finds Jack White bruised and seeing blue

Eli Jace June 18, 2014 Comments Off on “Lazaretto” finds Jack White bruised and seeing blue

When Jack White accuses The Black Keys of ripping off his sound, I have to agree with the man. The White Stripes–and only The White Stripes–are responsible for bringing back the rawness to some

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Neil Young peers at the lo-fi past on A Letter Home

Neil Young peers at the lo-fi past on A Letter Home

Eli Jace May 22, 2014 Comments Off on Neil Young peers at the lo-fi past on A Letter Home

Before Neil Young tries to master the state of audio with his high-quality digital music service, Pono, he wants to remind us where we once were. His new album, A Letter Home, was recorded in one

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Thee Oh Sees Get Surfedelic on Return album, Drop

Thee Oh Sees Get Surfedelic on Return album, Drop

Eli Jace May 2, 2014 Comments Off on Thee Oh Sees Get Surfedelic on Return album, Drop

The hiatus lasted four months. Last December Thee Oh Sees leader John Dwyer announced at a show on their home turf, San Francisco, they were taking an indefinite break. Maybe Dwyer’s mind scales time

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On Morning Phase Beck rubs the sleep from his eyes

On Morning Phase Beck rubs the sleep from his eyes

Eli Jace March 7, 2014 Comments Off on On Morning Phase Beck rubs the sleep from his eyes

If you’ve spent a couple rain-soaked afternoons listening to Beck’s first plush collection of songs, Sea Change, then there should be no surprises with his newest offering, Morning Phase. The two effectively go hand-in-hand. As the

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Girl from the North steps into the sun on “Little Sway”

Girl from the North steps into the sun on “Little Sway”

Eli Jace February 11, 2014 Comments Off on Girl from the North steps into the sun on “Little Sway”

Little Sway, the newest album from Crissi Cochrane, could be named after the movement of early budding flowers in spring’s first breezes. The music is bright and eloquent, splashed with the colors of a

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The End Men Work It Off With “Toys”

The End Men Work It Off With “Toys”

Eli Jace February 2, 2014 Comments Off on The End Men Work It Off With “Toys”

Play With Your Toys by The End Men may have been recorded at Brooklyn’s Well Rounded Hoodlum Studios, but often, it sounds like it’s coming from the back room of a rickety old wooden

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