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Alt Country Indie Rocker Seneko Releases Guitar-Driven “69 Camaro” EP

Alt Country Indie Rocker Seneko Releases Guitar-Driven “69 Camaro” EP Alt Country/Alternative Rock Artist Seneko has announced the release of his 4th EP entitled “’69 Camaro”, out October 22, 2021 via Torrez Music Group. This new release finds Seneko plugged in with a guitar-focused rock sound, likely inspired by some of his own favorite bands, Wilco and The Jayhawks, the latter whom he’s seen live...

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Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien Recruits Wilco’s Glenn Kotche, Laura Marling for Upcoming Solo Release

Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien has revealed more details and new music from upcoming full-length album where he’ll take on the moniker ‘EOB’. The album will feature an array of respected musicians including Laura Marling, Wilco‘s Glenn Kotche, Portishead‘s Adrian Utley, David Okumu, Nathan East, Omar Hakim, and Radiohead bandmate Colin Greenwood. The record is being helmed by producer...

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Seneko dishes on his 3 Essential Bands for Indie Songwriters – Wilco, Foxygen and Teenage Fanclub

Indie Alt Country Singer-Songwriter Seneko has crafted deeply personal, inspired songs over a series of 3 acclaimed EP releases, the latest being 2019’s “Soul Numbers”. For the past six years, this Connecticut creator has meticulously invested his time into the art of songwriting. He’s been described as “Think country meets Radiohead” by Wail Music Magazine and...

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Final Notice! cover artwork by Shaun Friesen

Lord Sonny the Unifier does Bowie proud with new album “FINAL NOTICE!”

  Brooklyn psychedelic rock and roll visionary Lord Sonny the Unifier‘s debut full-length album “FINAL NOTICE!” is available everywhere now. LSTU’s unique brand of biker psychedelia and earnest rock lyrics should please fans of classic Bowie (read Eli Jace’s article on celebrating David Bowie or his blackstar review), Motorhead and the Clash. From the artist:...

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Wilco Shrug with Their Tenth Album, Schmilco

In the past few years Wilco have become the most low key rock band, passively releasing albums at a steady cruising pace, shrugging at twenty years of creativity and maintaining an anchor for five individually talented musicians. When they release albums now it’s almost like they’re shielding their eyes from a harsh sunlight. They’re so...

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Nels Cline scores your life on 2-disc Lovers

If you’ve ever seen Wilco live you’ve noticed the tall guy in nice button-down dress shirts playing the guitar stage left. That’s Nels Cline and he shreds in equal parts beauty and chaos. He’s able to make his guitar sound like the morning dew under a sky blue sky or the train skidding off its...

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Wilco Casually Drops New Album, “Star Wars,” into the Web (Lucky Us)

  They’ve been celebrating twenty years of making music this summer with deluxe releases and discography-browsing setlists during a special anniversary tour. New music from Wilco felt somewhere close, not quite in reach, but somewhere on the distant horizon. Then, by way of Internet surprise, the Chicago band released Star Wars, their ninth album, for...

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Jeff Tweedy Proves He’s a Cool Dad On Album With Son

Jeff Tweedy has always been a tireless conjurer of song. He’s pushed Wilco into the major American touring behemoth they are today. He’s spun around in hazy circles with Loose Fur and Golden Smog and before that he helped redefine American country music with Uncle Tupelo. On his newest musical output he pushes all of...

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CD Review – “Resolution” by The Dryer 5

Part Wilco. Part Switchfoot. Part Goo Goo Dolls. It’s certainly hard to peg Orange County rock quartet The Dryer 5, but you definitely couldn’t accuse them of sounding unprofessional. The sheen on their new album “Resolution” is radio ready to say the least. The thing that strikes you first about the band is the earnestness...

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CD Review – Scott Alan Simmons “The Life & Death of Warren Peacemaker”

Rock/alternative singer songwriter Scott Alan Simmons is unassuming in the best of ways, with his modest and honest take on classic 90’s alternative a la Sunny Day Real Estate and hHead mixed with a dash of sombre country, Wilco and Neil Young influence. His new album “The Life & Death of Warren Peacemaker” is full...

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The Loose Hinges play beautiful dream pop

Independent “dream pop” duo The Loose Hinges are quietly building their “cred”, with a self-titled debut that I would stake my reputation on saying it has some very profound material. Moody and mysterious, fans of Mazzy Star,  Morcheeba, and Cowboy Junkies will enjoy them. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions, guys. I really enjoyed your new...

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