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Sister Hazel’s new CD “Heartland Highway” is a mixture of soft-rock ballads and toe tapping country songs.
To say that Keith Lynch is the man behind the music of Unknown Component is an understatement. Lynch is the band’s only member; he writes the lyrics, plays all the instruments, records the vocals, mixes and masters the CDs and releases and promotes them himself.
K Sera has taken the sounds of music on a theatrical roller coaster with their short but captivating EP, “Me Before Women and Children.”
Ever wonder what John Williams’ music would have sounded like if he had picked the path of rocker and not composer? Well, ponder no more for a band reminiscent of the famous directors’ muse has released their debut album that will keep you listening for more.
One For The Team is a relatively new indie rock/pop band started in 2006, but is already promoting its junior full-length album, “Ghosts,” which offers a sound suitable for the 80s junkie and the underground rock enthusiast.
The band is called Frightened Rabbit, and if you have not yet heard its unique sound, you are missing out on clever indie rock.
A majority of Upland missed out on one of the best shows at The Wire venue in the downtown area on Thursday, Feb 4. Experimental rockers Weatherbox proved how satisfying it is to see a band with this much talent and individuality.
Strokes frontman, Julian Casablancas, has created a revolutionary album, straying from the norm of indie stardom created by the New York band, and stepping onto a synthpop, alternative platform.
Toronto-based band Little Girls hits post-punk gold with their first full-length album, “Concepts,” after three earlier EPs.
Fusing both funk and power pop, Hockey’s “Mind Chaos” finds itself being radio-friendly, providing listeners with a pleasurable experience.