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Best New Music Releases: Friday, March 10

Best New Music Releases: Friday, March 10 The best new music releases out today, Friday, March 10, are featured on our constantly updated ‘Indie Music Worldwide‘ playlist on Spotify. This is where we introduce the best emerging and established talents spanning all subgenres. It’s eclectic and showcases an extremely wide range of artistry, just the...

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Noveliss and Dixon Hill Drop Immersive I Ching-Themed Hip Hop Album “Book of Changes”

Noveliss and Dixon Hill Drop Immersive I Ching-Themed Hip Hop Album “Book of Changes” Detroit-based rapper and top tier lyricist Noveliss ( digs deep on new collaborative album “Book of Changes” with beatmaker/producer and composer Dixon Hill ( A high concept, refreshingly original album through and through, “Book of Changes” is wholly based on the I Ching musically and lyrically. From referring to the ancient...

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Electronic Symphonic Composer Chris Ianuzzi Collaborates With New York City Artists for Dystopian “Hello” Music Video

Electronic Symphonic Composer Chris Ianuzzi Collaborates With NYC Artists for Dystopian “Hello” Music Video “Hello” will be featured on Chris’s “Planetaria” album due for release June 15, 2020. Chris Ianuzzi‘s new music video for “Hello” is the result of a fresh collaboration with fellow New York-based creatives D. Carlton Bright (videographer) and Max Rosenthal (artist). The project was conceived and completed while...

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Brooklyn industrial electro rock duo Jane in Space.

New Music Alert – Our Music Discovery Playlist on Spotify featuring underground & major artists

Follow our Curated #NewMusicAlert Spotify playlist and play us on shuffle! We introduce high quality unsigned artists to listeners alongside major acts. Pictured are NYC-based industrial electronica veterans Jane in Space, an I.M.P favorite. 1 Forty Six & 2 – TOOL 2 Shawshank [Feat. Tate Kobang] – Denzel Curry 3 Heartworm – Thee Oh Sees...

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Why Your Band Needs To Promote Shows

by MATT BACON > Hey, so there’s a secret to getting to play all of the cool shows in your local scene and endearing yourself to that long haired mustachioed local promoter who seems to be putting on most of the cool shows. It’s the one thing you can do in order to make sure...

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What Endorsement Deals Mean For Your Independent Band

One of the most fascinating aspects of the music industry to me is how much free stuff is readily available. And yet, despite this, no one seems to take it. Asides from the fact that many bands eat and drink for free for most of their touring lives, one thing that gets to frequently overlooked...

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Satan’s Satyrs and the Power of Rock and Roll

I remember when I first saw Satan’s Satyrs. I was a teenager – young and in love, going to shows every weekend and simply soaking up the vibes. I was utterly enamored (And still am) with Almost Famous and wondered what band could be my Stillwater. When I saw Satan’s Satyrs explode onto the stage with Thumper’s...

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Tramlines Festival Preview 2015

Say the word ‘festival’ and you might think of vast green fields with a clump of stages, crumpled cans of apple cider and a pulsating, never-ending soundtrack for a weekend of fun. Well one of a new wave of festivals, city festivals to be precise, is upcoming, from July 24th-26th Tramlines Festival in Sheffield, UK....

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