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The Best, Most Ground-Breaking Music Videos of 2022

The Best, Most Ground-Breaking Music Videos of 2022 This year has been a grand one for innovative music videos. 2022, with it’s incessant political and cultural unrest, unruly pandemics, unprovoked violence and authoritative over-stepping, has unsurprisingly also birthed some of the best art and music videos, including some of the best, most ground-breaking music videos....

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Art Rock Band Cosmopolis To Donate Bandcamp Proceeds to Benefit Ukraine

Art Rock Band Cosmopolis To Donate Bandcamp Proceeds to Benefit Ukraine Post-Punk Art Rock band Cosmopolis’s new release takes us through a dark musical odyssey as they ride the crest of the late 60’s cultural wave as hope and possibility gave way to an evil combination of crime, corruption and military might. The haunting new single “Nixon-Manson” will be...

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70’s-Inspired Progressive Rock Band Port Nasim Capture the Zeitgeist on New Album “It’s Murky Grey”

70’s-Inspired Progressive Rock Band Port Nasim Capture the Zeitgeist on New Album “It’s Murky Grey” Italy-based purveyors of 70’s inspired Progressive Rock and modern Alternative Rock PORT NASIM capture the obscured zeitgeist of modern life on their expansive new album “It’s Murky Grey”, out February 8, 2022 via Battersea Alternative Music. Walking the line between Prog Rock and heavy...

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Post-Punk Collective Cosmopolis Lead Us Down the late 60’s Rabbit Hole with Unnerving “Nixon-Manson” Single

Post-Punk Collective Cosmopolis Lead Us Down the late 60’s Rabbit Hole with Unnerving “Nixon-Manson” Single Post-Punk Art Rock group Cosmopolis‘s new release takes us through a dark musical odyssey as they ride the crest of the late 60’s cultural wave as hope and possibility gave way to an evil combination of crime, corruption and military might. The haunting...

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St. Vincent is at the height of her powers embracing the sounds of the Golden Era of music.

St. Vincent is at the height of her powers embracing the sounds of the Golden Era of music. By the time Annie Clark struck out on her own, she was already adorned with heaps of indie rock clout from her stints with hip, music rag darlings. From its inception, the St. Vincent moniker has stood...

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The Best New Indie Music Videos

The Best New Indie Music Videos When releasing indie music videos, one has to boil their creative ideas down to their essence, following a clear direction that works within budget and means. Often these are the most innovative and impressive visuals, mainly because the palette is slightly limited, making the core idea of paramount importance....

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Nonviolenze’s ‘Ghosts of War’ Album is a Conscious Musical Meditation for Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull Fans

Nonviolenze’s ‘Ghosts of War’ Album is a Conscious Musical Meditation for Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull Fans Nonviolenze is the solo musical moniker of Houston, TX singer songwriter Shri Baratan, whose purposeful signature sound takes influence from Pink Floyd, John McLaughlin, Jethro Tull, Yes, Al Jarreau, Joni Mitchell, and eastern classical music. Today his new music...

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Top 5 Albums for the Psychedelic Trip

Check out our independent psychedelic band roundup for more psychedelic music. Music is important for the soundtrack to life’s many multi-layered experiences. Music is, perhaps, most important during the experience that leads one down the hallways of the psychedelic trip. Finding the right sound to fill a room during these, at times, chaotic moments can be hard;...

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Victory Garden – What’s Left Behind EP Review (For fans of Smashing Pumpkins, Modest Mouse)

Victory Garden are a refreshingly colourful and somewhat dramatic acoustic/alternative band from Crownpoint, Illinois, who may just be appearing at the right time given 2012’s tendency to favour the more artistic side of the musical coin. Taking their influence from renowned cult acts like Modest Mouse and Local H as well as the iconic 90’s...

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A.S. Swanski presents dark electronic, avant-garde, trip hop and industrial with “Electro Noir”

A.S. Swanski‘s dark electronic music asks questions of it’s listeners rather than simply delivering ear candy, which it also does in spades. Intellectually stimulating, much like J.G. Thirwell’s work with Foetus and Manorexia, Swanski pays respect to his early industrial and post-punk influences, keeping the mood ominous and foreboding. I dig very much. The music...

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Exclusive Interview with Mark Vanstone of solo rock project Anunnaki

Anunnaki is a rock/progressive solo project by Mark Vanstone that contains strong gothic and metal influences. I admire any artist who puts in the effort and does everything themselves, and Anunnaki’s moody, emotionally charged music shows a lot of ambition. “Hybrid”, his new single,  is quite heavy and brooding, similar to output I’ve heard from...

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Jeff Higgins delivers ambient, mind-expanding sounds with “Profit Prophet”

When I found out that Jeff Higgins, music blogger extraordinaire over at Groove Sandwich, was also a musician and had recently released an electronic music album called “Profit Prophet” (no, it’s not a concept album about Ted Haggard), I had to check it out. Ambient, dark and experimental, this is music you could listen to while...

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