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3 Things DIY Artists Can Learn From Pretty Lights

3 Things DIY Artists Can Learn From Pretty Lights

James Moore December 13, 2013 Comments Off on 3 Things DIY Artists Can Learn From Pretty Lights

The following is a guest post by Billy Bones, a music marketing expert who works with record labels in improving their marketing strategies. He is also the founder of Booking Agent Info, the celebrity contact information database.

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Nine Inch Nails Return With Subtle Power In Hesitation Marks

Nine Inch Nails Return With Subtle Power In Hesitation Marks

James Moore September 10, 2013 Comments Off on Nine Inch Nails Return With Subtle Power In Hesitation Marks

Trent Reznor’s main vehicle and contribution to the music world, Nine Inch Nails, is back, but not in the form some would expect. The trouble with long-standing acts is often the various groups of

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The 5 Most Significant Self-Released Albums

The 5 Most Significant Self-Released Albums

Eli Jace August 25, 2013 Comments Off on The 5 Most Significant Self-Released Albums

The goal at I.M.P. is to pull the quality musicians crawling through the muck of self-promotion up to the surface. With the Internet behemoth at full roar, sharing music, singles, experiments, full albums, is

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Buke and Gase’s “General Dome” Is One Of 2013’s Best Albums So Far

Buke and Gase’s “General Dome” Is One Of 2013’s Best Albums So Far

James Moore February 28, 2013 Comments Off on Buke and Gase’s “General Dome” Is One Of 2013’s Best Albums So Far

Brooklyn indie rock/progressive duo Buke and Gase have one of 2013’s best releases so far on their hands with the fascinating full-length “General Dome”. With prog rock, garage/noise, and singer/songwriter/indie sensibilities, the group fire

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Our Bandcamp Roundup Gets Psychedelic, Indie And Downright Strange

Our Bandcamp Roundup Gets Psychedelic, Indie And Downright Strange

James Moore December 8, 2012 1

At Independent Music Promotions, we’re always on the lookout for the best in music with depth spanning all genres. You’d be surprised how difficult that task can be. There are millions of artists out

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Elevator Art’s Tent City EP will blow away fans of the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix

Elevator Art’s Tent City EP will blow away fans of the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix

James Moore July 16, 2012 Comments Off on Elevator Art’s Tent City EP will blow away fans of the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix

From Toms River, New Jersey, Elevator Art capture both the deep emotion and lush instrumentation of acts like the Arcade Fire, yet with the unbridled freedom and edge of psychedelic rock n’ roll. Propelled

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The Loose Hinges play beautiful dream pop

James Moore April 5, 2012 Comments Off on The Loose Hinges play beautiful dream pop

Independent “dream pop” duo The Loose Hinges are quietly building their “cred”, with a self-titled debut that I would stake my reputation on saying it has some very profound material. Moody and mysterious, fans

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Exclusive Interview with Brooklyn Rock Quartet Frank

James Moore March 19, 2012 Comments Off on Exclusive Interview with Brooklyn Rock Quartet Frank

Frank is a rock n’ roll/power pop quartet from Brooklyn, New York inspired by acts like The Replacements and The Clash. Their new CD “Here Together” is full of hooks so infectious you’d hardly

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Chicago band Northpilot bring prog pop to the masses

James Moore February 14, 2012 Comments Off on Chicago band Northpilot bring prog pop to the masses

If you’re looking for some new progressive yet catchy material, like Porcupine Tree mixed with, say, Coldplay, I’d suggest Chicago 5-piece “prog pop” band Northpilot, who were suggested to me by a friend of mine,

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Album Review – SNAFU Kitties “Break Yo’ Back” EP

James Moore January 22, 2012 Comments Off on Album Review – SNAFU Kitties “Break Yo’ Back” EP

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