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The Rock & Roll Trance of Thurston Moore

The Rock & Roll Trance of Thurston Moore

Eli Jace October 30, 2014 Comments Off on The Rock & Roll Trance of Thurston Moore

The noise surrounding Thurston Moore’s surprising split from Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon has finally reached its highest decibel and faded out. What now remains is a collection of pure-hearted rock and roll songs

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The Problem With Band Biographies

The Problem With Band Biographies

James Moore September 25, 2013 Comments Off on The Problem With Band Biographies

The following article is an excerpt from “Your Band Is A Virus”. Many independent artists struggle with biographies, and it’s no wonder. For many artists, they know that they haven’t “done anything” yet, so they feel

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Deerhunter’s new, “Monomania,” is a square fitting into circle speakers

Deerhunter’s new, “Monomania,” is a square fitting into circle speakers

Eli Jace May 8, 2013 1

Warning: Monomania by Deerhunter is not the album to listen to in the wake of a ratty hangover. It’s abrasive, snot-nosed, manic-depressive rock and as noisy as a traffic jam. There are few moments

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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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The Goldenhearts – Is There Love On Mars? CD Review

James Moore March 16, 2012 Comments Off on The Goldenhearts – Is There Love On Mars? CD Review

“Always remember to be kind. They’ll cut off your head to get to your mind” – The Goldenhearts So go the opening lines of the heavily Beatles-inspired track “Star” by alternative rock band the

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The Flying Black Hats break your 4-track with “Soft Song”

James Moore November 29, 2011 Comments Off on The Flying Black Hats break your 4-track with “Soft Song”

Starting off with muddy, dreamy guitars slightly reminiscent of The Beatles’ “Julia” (I say slightly because The Beatles are sacred), indie acoustic act The Flying Black Hats play “Soft Song” the way I’d like

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