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Bloodthirsty Virgins – Self-Titled (Scioto Records)

Bloodthirsty Virgins on Selective Memory

Bloodthirsty Virgins' Debut Is An Alluring Gothic Dreamscape Bloodthirsty Virgins is like a scene out of a film. The solace sought inside a dilapidated movie theater. This landmark is not an escape from whatever conflict has arose, nor is it catalyst for a happy ending, but it buys time to grasp at reality in

Ne-Hi – Stay Young

Ne-Hi Releases Video for First Single on Upcoming Album Offers “Stay Young” is the first single to Ne-Hi’s upcoming album Offers, to be released on February 24, 2017 on Grand Jury. The video is an escapist view of an urban landscape through underground garage mustiness. As trash blows around in the

New Music by The Courtneys

The Courtneys on Selective Memory

To all the daydreamers out there, The Courtneys sign to Flying Nun and give you “Silver Velvet.” The big news in the Courtneys camp is that the group announces their affiliation to Flying Nun Records. This is a step up from their 2013 debut release on Hockey Dad Records. In addition, the

New Music by A Valley Son

A Valley Son Releases "Dark Places" ahead of their debut album in 2017 Grandaddy made a piece of melancholy musical driftwood called “A Valley Son (Sparing).” This song floats along with gorgeous piano melodies and haunting Lennon-esque pondering. It was this tune that gave birth to New York City’s A Valley

Vaudevileins – Magician (Independent)

Vaudevileins make their great rock opus with Magician If you are looking for a big sound and bigger rock attitude, Vaudevilein’s sophomore release is a deeper mysticism than their previous EP. Magician is a power trip of rock and pop splendor that takes as much from ‘90s alt rock as they

Elle King Brings Her Ministry Tour To The Egyptian Room

Elle King at the Egyptian Room

Elle King and Paul Cauthen brought their gritty sound to Old National Centre Fresh off a CMA win last night for a collaboration with Dierks Bentley for “Different For Girls”, earning the award in the Musical Event of the Year, Elle King hopped a plane and made it to Indianapolis. However,

Things Are Only Getting Better for Howard Jones

Back on tour, Howard Jones will be performing at The Warehouse in Carmel, Indiana, November 25. Howard Jones is returning to Indiana, but this time things are different. Over the summer, Jones joined up with fellow ‘80s electronic alumnus Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Canadian popsters Barenaked Ladies for the

Chaotic Resemblance Live

Chaotic Resemblance at Old National for Selective Memory

Chaotic Resemblance joins Stryper's 30th Anniversary Tour of To Hell With The Devil Official Site Links to more bands from the "To Hell With The Devil" coming soon: Chaotic Resemblance, who were introduced by Oz Fox himself, had the look, the talent and the high energy that are going to propel them much further.