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Album Review: Joel Havea’s Strings & Wood EP

Album Review: Joel Havea’s Strings & Wood EP

Sierra Houk April 18, 2014 0

As an Australian musician living in Germany, Joel Havea has experienced a range of different music scenes and pulled from a number of different influences, particularly reggae and pop. It also helps that he’s

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Free Marvel Now! Mixtape from Adam WarRock

Free Marvel Now! Mixtape from Adam WarRock

Sierra Houk April 14, 2014 0

Nerdcore artist Adam WarRock makes a point to give away as much free music as he can, and his latest EP, the Marvel Now! Mixtape, is yet another well-produced and super impressive free download.

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Album Review: DrunkSouls’ “Just Before Chaos”

Album Review: DrunkSouls’ “Just Before Chaos”

Sierra Houk April 14, 2014 0

  DrunkSouls approaches reggae with the energy of a punk band, throws some pop, rock, and a little funk on top of that and ends up at their distinct, lively sound. Because the band

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Album Review: Richard Tyler Epperson’s Hourglass

Album Review: Richard Tyler Epperson’s Hourglass

Sierra Houk April 10, 2014 0

Salt Lake City musician Richard Tyler Epperson has been creating music since he started playing bass when he was twelve, and it wasn’t long until he had taught himself piano and began playing in

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Free Game of Thrones Inspired Song From Kirby Krackle

Free Game of Thrones Inspired Song From Kirby Krackle

Sierra Houk April 7, 2014 0

Excited for the return of Game of Thrones? So are the guys from Kirby Krackle! For a short time, they’re letting fans download their GoT inspired track, “North of the Wall” for free. Head

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Album Review: Latimer House “All The Rage”

Album Review: Latimer House “All The Rage”

Sierra Houk April 2, 2014 0

Earlier this year, alternative indie rock band Latimer House released their first full-length album, the joyful All the Rage. A relatively new band, Latimer House is a completely independent, four-piece group. Although they currently live

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Album Review: Half-Life from Marla Mase

Album Review: Half-Life from Marla Mase

Sierra Houk April 1, 2014 0

About a month ago, New York-based performer Marla Mase released her third album Half-Life, which gets its name from a quote by Junot Diaz, “the half-life of love is forever.” If you listen to the

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Album Review: Bonecage’s “Fish Food”

Album Review: Bonecage’s “Fish Food”

Sierra Houk March 31, 2014 0

Nerdy musician Bonecage is gearing up to release his new album Fish Food tomorrow, April 1st, and if you’re in the market for a slightly cruder version of Weird Al, They Might be Giants, or

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Album Review: Michael Cullen “Love Transmitter”

Album Review: Michael Cullen “Love Transmitter”

Sierra Houk March 28, 2014 0

Love Transmitter is an emotionally charged album from Australian musician Michael Cullen, perfect for when you’re experiencing some heartbreak or if you just want some dark and beautiful alternative music to have on in the

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Kirby Krackle’s Greatest Hits Is Out Today

Kirby Krackle’s Greatest Hits Is Out Today

Sierra Houk March 25, 2014 0

Looking for a way to get into nerd rock but not sure where to start? Our pals at Kirby Krackle just released an album of some fan favorites. This is a great way to introduce

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Cosplay – A Happy Parody

Cosplay – A Happy Parody

Ash Lee March 24, 2014 0

Cosplay – A Happy Parody D Piddy brings us  Cosplay – A Happy Parody COSPLAY LYRICS: —Verse 1— We might look crazy, I think that’s okay Heroes from comics and anime I’m a children’s

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Album Review: Gumshen’s “Progtronica”

Album Review: Gumshen’s “Progtronica”

Sierra Houk March 21, 2014 0

Seattle band Gumshen’s latest album Progtronica offers a unique blend of old and new with electronic, classic and progressive rock, and alternative influences. As the title would lead you to believe, Progtronica is a fantastic mix of

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Space Jams on Kbit’s “Un Boombox Symphonique” [Album Review]

Space Jams on Kbit’s “Un Boombox Symphonique” [Album Review]

Sierra Houk March 20, 2014 0

If you’re looking for music to listen to as you peacefully float around in space, Kbit has you covered. His latest album Un Boombox Symphonique is a NASA nerd’s dream.  Un Boombox Symphonique is Kbit’s self-produced

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Anti-Bullying Single “What Now” from Gemini Wired with a Powerful Music Video

Anti-Bullying Single “What Now” from Gemini Wired with a Powerful Music Video

Sierra Houk March 19, 2014 0

Regardless of whether you like R&B and hip-hop, Gemini Wired’s single “What Now” is worth a listen. We see the statistics on bullying, that around 80% of kids report that they’ve been bullied and

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