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Artist Profile: Jazz Punks Ain’t Quite Jazz and They Ain’t Quite Punk But They Might Just Bring the Roof Down

No 8 min., self-absorbed solos. No charts. Jazz Punks strives to serve up classic jazz styles in an electrifying, unique manner – that appeals to the jazz layman as much as the jazz aficionado. […]

Interview with Dan Luperini of Madras about their latest release

Los Angeles based band Madras has its own signature – something that, like Andy Partridge has its own distinct character and yet seems so very familiar. […] Presents: Blue Rabbit – March 2009 Indie Artist of the Month

Blue Rabbit out of San Francisco comes at you like an urgent whisper, channeling early 90’s wombadelics like Lush and Cocteau Twins, the rumble and earthiness of Captain Beefheart and Tom Waits and the soft-compressed breaks of the Bristol Trip Hop in a way that feels as fresh as the 2009 calender you just thumb-tacked to your wall. Selected from hundreds of submissions, we asked band leader Heather Anderson to fill us in. Here’s what we discovered down the rabbit hole… […]


An interview with The Joy Formidable’s Ritzy Bryan, discussing the release of A Balloon called Moaning, the creative process, and more. […]