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Julian Skiboat releases uplifting single “Flowers”

Written by Molly Smits. February is poised to be a big month for San Antonio singer-songwriter Julian Skiboat, who is dropping his new single, “Flowers’” on February 12th. This hazy-sounding, melodic track is the first in a string of singles that are Skiboat’s follow-up to his debut EP, nice to meet u.  If nice to […]

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Julietta prepares to release “Levitate” EP

This year has been an eventful one for indie-pop alchemist Julietta. She’s worked on her upcoming EP Levitate and has released the title track.  Julietta traded in her East Coast life for the West Coast, traded wild nights out for hard-working days, and left her battles with anxiety and depression for solitary reflection. With her […]

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Waiting For London release quarantine music video

During this time of messiness and imperfection, the pop-rock band, Waiting For London, based out of Connecticut, released their latest music video for “Make You Mine,” a song off of their upcoming EP Worth The Wait, which is due out in June.  The band filmed this video during the quarantine, with each member recording themselves […]

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Finn Matthews releases new single+music video

Finn Matthews’ career started when he found a mentor in Elijah Blake, who has penned hits for artists like Rihanna, Usher, and Rick Ross. Blake was amazed by Finn’s delicate, yet soulful falsetto voice. At age 16, Finn moved from New Jersey to Los Angeles to pursue music fulltime. Soon after this, he received a […]

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Mohawk Bends brings new single into 2020

Back in January, the Austin, Texas, based-band, Mohawk Bends released a single, “See What You Do To Me.” This single is a commanding and anthemic hit that sees them pushing the boundaries of their own creativity. Instead of being driven by their personal expectations and concerns, or writing the songs, they thought they should be […]

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PREMIERE: Portes’ electronic political album “National Anthems”

Denver based singer-songwriter, PORTES is not afraid to overstep boundaries and get controversial when it comes to her music.  Being born in Guatemala and then being adopted as a baby and raised in Colorado.   She uses her multi-cultural experience has informed her life, education, and perspective from youth to the present as a way to […]

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LGBTQ representation in the scene

With living in a society that is so focused on equal rights for women and those in the LGBTQ+ community, it doesn’t stop in the workforce or in academic spaces, it goes into everyday life, including the music scene. Lack of representation and inclusion in the pop-punk and hardcore music scene isn’t only a problem […]

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Save Your Local Scene

Since 2008, attendance at shows in the local music scene has fluctuated quite a bit. Although the number of local bands has risen, the number of attendees has been lower than in the past.  With a city that is so passionate about local music, what would cause this? Has the DIY (Do It Yourself) crowd […]

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Sam Reed does it all!

Sam Reed lives nothing close to a quiet, boring life. Between working at the Vans store, shooting shows for Girls Behind The Rock Show, and flying across the country for different events, it’s no wonder she always has a vanilla or caramel iced coffee in hand. With her colored hair, multiple nose piercings and flawless […]

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Kill The Clock Release Show

*Photo by Brianna Stacy Kill The Clock, a pop-punk band from Buffalo, is quickly starting to gain popularity not only in their local scene but all over the United States. To ring in the new year, Kill The Clock celebrated by releasing a much-anticipated EP, “Doll Motion,” The band began recording the seven-song EP exactly […]