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Of Monsters And Men Make Beautiful Noise At Terminal 5- Published by Melodysiac November 27

I had the pleasure of interviewing Of Monsters and Men in April of 2011. It was less than two years ago, but the band was just getting their footing in the United States. A video of them playing a live … Continue reading

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SOUND CHECK: SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS- Published by Brooklyn Exposed November 26

Sound Check is our new column delivering tidbits of information about and spotlighting artists from the music scene. Who: School of Seven Bells Genre: Indie rock – dream pop Why they rock: School of Seven Bells’ members all met while on tour with … Continue reading

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CMJ 2012: Neon Gold Showcase Shines- Published by Melodysiac October 25

Thursday, October 18 marked the arrival of the Neon Gold Showcase to Santos Party House. The venue, a two-floor, 8,000-square-foot music and event space, was the ideal fit for a showcase such as this, boasting two stages, as well as … Continue reading

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Sound Tracking: Benjamin Schoos’s China Man Versus China Girl- Published by Melodysiac Oct 9

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You know when you are walking along and you think, “Mon Dieu! If only I could have a French soundtrack to my life?” Well, Benjamin Schoos’s album, China Man Verses China Girl, is exactly that. It is the French soundtrack to … Continue reading

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SEVEN QUESTIONS FOR BROOKLYN’S OWN MAD DOCTORS- Published by BrooklynExposed Sept 17

Bored of the same old safe electric indie pop bands that dominate the Brooklyn small stage scene? We hear ya. That is why we have decided to give you some insight into The Mad Doctors, a Brooklyn based band of three … Continue reading

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SOUND CHECK: RUBBLEBUCKET- Published by BrooklynExposed Sept 5

Sound Check is our new column delivering tidbits of information about and spotlighting artists from the music scene. Who: Rubblebucket Genre: Indie-dance music Why they rock: This eight-person band gets their audiences moving and shaking with a full horn section. Their sound is … Continue reading

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Catalpa NYC: Pouring Rains & Growing Pains- Published by Melodysiac August 7

With the growing success of Governors Ball and Electric Zoo, it is only natural that a new contender would enter the New York festival mix. Say hello to Catalpa NYC, a two-day music festival that had its very first run … Continue reading

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