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Jane in Space - Electro-Industrial Duo from Brooklyn

Brooklyn Electro Rockers Jane in Space and Director Permian Strata Bring The Tension With “Through The Vines” Music Video

Back with the final music video release in support of their “Gorerunner” EP, Brooklyn’s electro-industrial group Jane in Space are back and in menacing form with “Through the Vines”. As a duo, Jane in Space are forceful and pummeling yet lean, calculated and cool. Cold, even. Out now via Aion Records. The “Through the Vines” video is...

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REVIEW: “The Humors” by Ryan Dugré

By ELI JACE > Ryan Dugré’s upcoming release, The Humors, is a calming, sleepy anecdote. Guitarist Ryan Dugré works out of Brooklyn, New York, but he plays the guitar like he was born in an unnamed field with perpetual morning.   Dugré searches for lucidity with his playing to capture an inner dialogue with chords...

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Days And Works might be the album you need right now

Behind Door number 1 we have Hunter & Wolfe. The Brooklyn duo craft true-grit American rock’n’roll persuaded by the heart and soul. Singer Michael Maffei lets loose his lyrics straight from the depths of his rotgut. Behind Door number 2 we have their second album, Days And Works, released last week and available for download on...

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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 boat where a single dimly-lit bulb swings with the waves. The album opens with woozy, ship-wrecked chanting on “Cleaning Your Mind,”...

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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 on all cylinders with tracks that are as beautiful as they are strange. “General Dome” also deserves credit for how musically...

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I.M.P’s Bandcamp Bands Roundup, More Psychedelic Classics

We’ve been having a lot of fun with our Bandcamp roundups for a few reasons. In my experience, Bandcamp has been the number one way to discover high quality new music, especially in genres with “the cool factor” such as psychedelic rock, stoner rock, progressive rock/metal, rock n’ roll, and related genres. There can be...

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I.M.P Artist News Update – Videos, Awards, and Tours, Oh My!

2012 has been quite the year for Independent Music Promotions, and we’re happy to announce the following news from our artist roster. Here are the latest updates: Australian alternative/indie rock quartet Monks of Mellonwah just won the “Best International Rock Artist” award after a show-stopping performance at the 2012 Los Angeles Music Awards November 15...

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Fiona (Miss 2.1) “Boy Toy” Music Video

Up-and-coming singer Fiona (Miss 2.1) comes to us from Brooklyn, New York, with a mainstream pop sound similar to Ke$ha and Katy Perry. Check out Fiona (Miss 2.1)’s new music video for “Boy Toy” below. This is definitely a pick that’s more for the pop and dance music fans out there, and for those who...

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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 know you were getting a dose of wisdom at the same time. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions, guys. I really enjoyed...

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