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Unleashed and On Fire: Skillet at the Egyptian Room

Skillet on Selective Memory

Skillet, Devour the Day, and Sick Puppies performed a sold out show at Indianapolis' Old National Centre With a new album released in August of 2016, Skillet hit the road on their Unleashed tour, making a stop at the Egyptian Room of the Old National Centre on February 19th as a

TenFiveSixty – You Say

https://soundcloud.com/tenfivesixty/you-say-2 TenFiveSixty bring a sense of the unknown into their synth-heavy new song "You Say" TenFiveSixty has that sound you can feel close to. It’s something that we can wrap our arms around. These are songs we have all experienced. Driving into the night with the warm glow of dashboard lights. Staring

Jakuzi – Koca Bir Saçmalık

Jakuzi on Selective Memory

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIN5ceCcXhM&feature=youtu.be Jakuzi channels the past on vhs-quality video I remember being a kid on a family vacation trip. Staying at some random hotel, late at night, somewhere between a cable channel and pure snow lied the cathode ray imprint of a porn channel. You tried so hard for it to come in

Busty and the Bass Head for the Top with New Album

With a new album on the horizon, Busty and the Bass show off their chops in Indianapolis at the Hi-Fi The Canadian heavy brass nine piece will be in Fountain Square at The Hi-Fi, Monday, February 13, for a unforgettable night of power jamming and smooth crooning as they test out their upcoming

Lusine – Sensorimoto (Ghostly International)

Lusine in Selective Memory

Lusine returns with a deeper look at electronic to human symbolism in Sensorimoto It seems that Jeff McIlwain has dappled in most every form of electronic music that you can think of. The Seattle-based producer has contributed to labels from Mute to !K7, Asthmatic Kitty to Shitkatapult and beyond. Back in 2013,

The Angelus – There Will Be No Peace (Tofu Carnage)

The Angelus on Selective Memory

The Angelus presents a dark trip through the catacombs of cavernous rock. Deep in the barren halls of the cathedral sports a ritualized contempt. As the title suggest, there cannot be a happiness deep in the epistemological mood rings The Angelus possesses. A darkness clouds the pearl of folly. There Will Be

Chances – Shine

Chances on Selective Memory

https://soundcloud.com/chancesmusicchances/shine Montreal's Chances releases first single, "Shine" Montreal’s Chances releases their first single, “Shine,” and it is a joyful celebration. A song that will build in momentum as you travel through it. This pop delicacy swirls around your head in formulaic splendor. Creatively spawned, the song spans a wide-open landscape of broad-based

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