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Artist Profile: Dynamo Bliss is Exporting Sticky, Trippy Recordings From Sweden

Easily navigating between NYC-era Lennon, Crowded House, Air Supply, Stereolab, The Beach Boys, XTC, Ben Folds, Roxy Music, Pink Floyd and maybe even Snow Patrol, Swedish indie act Dynamo Bliss starts to sound like something all its own – something very fresh and exciting. We strongly recommend a listen, or five. […]

L.A. Quartet Madras Once Again Registering a Heartbeat and Better Than Ever

Following the comeback release of LP “Up from the Ground”, Los Angeles pop/rock outfit Madras was ironically halted as leader/singer Dan Luperini wrestled with minor but nagging health struggles that left him unable to sing. In fact this eventuality led to some very exciting new collaborations for the band creating an evening evocative of a Thievery Corporation set they shared at Molly Malone’s, Los Angeles. Here is our review. […]

The Tragic Josh Top 12 Songs For the Week of January 22nd, 2010

Every week, mystery shopper, former A&R dude and grizzly bear wrestler Tragic Josh is let out of his basement cell for a day to scour the Internets for the best music out there. We then distill this extract into a fine paste which we spread over the canvas so that you can reap the benefits. […] Presents Conil – February 2010 Indie Artist of the Month

London singer-songwriter Conil has garnered a rosary of glowing reviews for his raw voice and standout songs he claims were inspired by wandering through the cobble-stoned city streets at night. Using an array of unusual ethnic instruments on his latest release Strange Part Of The Country, the album evokes an atmospheric road trip through the […] […]