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Jesse Hale Moore Tour Dates and Album Release

c23b8909-547d-4d09-be3b-2856f9af718fRhode Island’s Jesse Hale Moore is a busy guy these days. The Key/WXPN have shared an in-studio session with Moore, during which the singer/songwriter performed three songs; “Leave You Lonely,” “Every Time,” and “Running With You.”

“Leave You Lonely” is Moore’s latest single, which you can view the music video for below:


Moore will also be hitting the road this spring and summer, opening for Okkervil River, doing solo shows, and performing in Nightlands. You can view tour dates below, and be sure to keep your ear out for his debut album, Green End, which drops on April 7th!


4/7 @ Rockwood Stage 3, New York, NY

4/8 @ Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia, PA

5/8 @ Fox Cabaret, Vancouver, BC

5/9 @ The Sunset, Seattle, WA

5/10 @ Doug Fir, Portland, OR

5/12 @ Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco, CA

5/13 @ The Echo, Los Angles, CA

5/19 @ DC9, Washington DC

5/20 @ Rough Trade, NYC

5/22 @ Great Scott, Boston, MA

5/24 @ Garrison, Toronto, ON

5/25 @ Schubas, Chicago, IL

5/26 @ Spring Sound Series (The Warhol), Pittsburgh, PA

5/27 @ Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia, PA


07/20 @ Rumba Cafe in Columbus, OH

07/21 @ Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago, IL

07/25 @ The Hamilton Live in Washington, DC

07/26 @ World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA

07/27 @ Joe’s Pub in New York, NY

07/28 @ Daryl’s House Club in Pawling, NY

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Future Generations To Release Debut Album, Summer Tour Dates Announced

future generationsFuture Generations will be releasing their self-titled debut album tomorrow, Friday, July 29th, via Frenchkiss Records. With pop-sensibilities worthy of radio waves, the band have found their niche.

Having just released their new single, “Thunder In The City,” which you can stream below, Future Generations have already drawn quite a buzz for their eclectic sounds.

We are extremely excited to be finally releasing this out to the world. We’ve grown so much through this process and I have to say that is probably the biggest theme through the whole thing: growth,” explains band member Eddie Gore.

Of “Thunder In The City,” Gore adds, “ I don’t want to get too specific about the meaning behind the song, because it’s not supposed to be specific, but it’s definitely about being happy in a moment and about looking back and being happy with yourself.”

Below, you can stream the single, and check out the summer tour dates.

7/29 – Mercury Lounge – New York NY

8/5 – Tropicalia – Washington, DC

8/12 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA

8/18 – Great Scott – Boston, MA

8/26 – Fete Lounge – Providence, RI


Website:  http://futuregenerationsmusic.com/ 

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/futuregenerationsmusic

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/futuregenerationsmusic/

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/futuregenerationsmusic/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/futuregenband

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Against The Current Release “Running With The Wild Things” Video

against the currentYouTube alternative-rock sensations Against The Current just released their brand new music video for their single, “Running With The Wild Things.”

The video, directed by Samuel Gursky and Eric Teti, is a cinematic explosion, showcasing the band in beautiful color, and giving special emphasis to the edge that makes them stand out the most.

Against The Current’s debut album, In Our Bones, is available for pre-order. The band is also headed on tour in Europe and Japan. Check below for dates.

3.21 London, England @ KOKO http://bit.ly/atckoko

3/11 Berlin, Germany @ PHFCLUB http://bit.ly/atc16germany

3/12 Prague, Czech Republic @ Futurum http://bit.ly/atccher

3/13 Vienna, Austria @ Szene http://bit.ly/atcvien

3/14 Munich, Germany @ Technikum http://bit.ly/atc16germany

3/16 Segrate Milan, Italy @ Circolo Magnolia http://bit.ly/atcitaly

3/17 Lucerne, Switzerland @ Schuur http://bit.ly/atcswiss

3/18 Frankfurt, Germany @ Batschkapp http://bit.ly/atc16germany

3/19 Cologne, Germany @ Buerghaus Stollwerck http://bit.ly/atc16germany


TICKET INFO @ http://www.atcofficial.com/tour

4/18 Tokyo, JP @ TSUTAYA O-EAST

4/19 Osaka, JP @ umeda AKASO

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Polyenso Announce Album Pre-Order

polyensoSt. Pete, FL-based eclectic indie rock/experimental trio Polyenso just announced the pre-order for their upcoming release, Pure In The Plastic, which is duo out on April 1st. The album will be the band’s second full-length release.

Fans can choose from a variety of pre-sale bundles, including vinyl, CDs, t-shirts, and posters. All packaged include an instant download of the latest track, “Let It Go,” along with a digital download of the album.

The band will be performing during their album release show in St. Petersburg, FL at the arts/event warehouse, Paper Crane on April 1, plus a slot during this year’s Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, GA the weekend of May 13-15th.

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REVIEW: The Way Away – ‘Something I Never Wanted’ EP

the way away EP.jpgThe Way Away kick off their new EP, Something I Never Wanted, the way any good pop-punk band should: with high energy, amazing guitars, and fast-paced vocals. “Second Chances” is the type of song that makes you want to mosh in your bedroom, pretending that you, too, are a rockstar. Matt Kabes vocals are perfection, delivering lyrics that hint at the title of the EP, talking about regrets, remorse, and not living up to expectations (essentially summing up your twenties). There are plenty of group vocals and power, which will keep listeners in the mix. However, it’s the Simple Plan-esque bridge that brings it home, when the instrumentals quiet down for just a breath, and the vocals get a moment to shine, before the song truly explodes. The track is a definite high note, and sets the standards for the rest of the EP quite high.

Almost like the band chose to forego a fade out, the EP quickly moves into “Alive,” which is everything the thirteen year old emo inside of me dreams about. Pop-punk isn’t dead? Neither is emo! With dark lyrics, but an overall hopeful tone, the track is a love song, and hints at a bit at being a little too dependent on someone for your happiness, but there’s something so damned catchy about it, it’s irresistible. “I spent years wishing I could be someone else, now all I want is to be by your side,” Kabes belts out…and you’ll find yourself belting along too. Guaranteed. In a similar breath, “Echoes” will transport listeners back to 2003 (perhaps even 2005). The song shows a bit of an edgier side of The Way Away, and I have to say, it’s a good look for them. Moody, bitter, and strong, “Echoes” is, hands down, a standout track on Something I Never Wanted. Perfect for AFI (and possibly Alkaline Trio) fans, the rhythm (courtesy of Jake Engler on bass and Wyatt Engl on drums) is fantasic. Heavy guitars really round it out, especially with moments of group vocals slipped in.

“Alone” is an ideal live-show tune. I can imagine lots of jumping, lots of lyric-shouting, and plenty of energy. Despite the emotional lyrics, there’s a raw quality to the track that seems to ignite as it carries along. However, it’s the fast-paced, summer anthem, and closer, “Six Feet Over,” that will leave listeners’ jaws slack. With a wonderfully catchy chorus, and breath-taking instrumental moments (check out Jeff Engler’s guitar solo!), The Way Away will mesmerize anyone within earshot. This is the song that will make you want, no, need, to see the band live.

Something I Never Wanted drops tonight. Pick up your copy at: https://thewayaway.bandcamp.com

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Fog Announces New Album, Releases “Try” Music Video

fog.jpgAfter almost ten years, Fog (a.k.a. Andrew Broder) is back, announcing a brand new album, For Good, and a brand new music video for the single, “Try,” which you can view below.

The album was funded via Kickstarter, part-recorded at Justin Vernon’s April Base compound (with basketball breaks) and Eau Claire studio Hive (where co-producer Brian Joseph actually keeps bees), with the majority being recorded in Broder’s basement. Check out the track listing below.


01. For Good
02. Kid Kuma
03. Cory
04. Jim
05. Sister Still
06. Trying
07. Made To Follow
08. Father Popcorn

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Pet Sun Release “Mrs. Warp” Video

pet sunThe self-proclaimed “rock ‘n roll heathens” Pet Sun have spent the last year performing throughout North America, sharing stages alongside bands like The Black Lips, Together Pangea, King Khan and BBQ Show, and The Wytches.

Their latest EP, Shade Driver, features the new single, “Mrs. Warp,” which the band just released the music video for. Check it out below, along with the band’s upcoming tour dates.

Shade Driver will be followed by the bands self-titled debut LP, which is set to be out in early 2016.


02/19 – Long Winter @ Great Hall – Toronto, ON
03/06 – Northside Yacht Club – Cincinnati
03/07 – TBD – Nashville
03/08 – GoBar – Athens
03/09 – The Masquerade – Atlanta
03/10 – The Syndicate Lounge – Birmingham Alabama
03/11 – Shark Tank – Tallahassee
03/13 – Saturn Bar – New Orleans
03/14 – Satellite – Houston
04/08 – Nino Panino -Oakville, ON
04/09 – The Studio @ Waiting Room – Buffalo, NY
04/15 – Silver Dollar – Toronto (Release Show)
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Cardiknox Announce Spring Tour w/ Carly Rae Jepsen

cardiknoxDance-pop duo Cardiknox have announced that they will be embarking on a spring tour with Carly Rae Jepsen, kicking off on February 15th.

The group is currently touring North America with The Knocks (see dates below) in support of their forthcoming debut album, Portrait, which is set for a March 11th release.

Check out the track listing below!
Portrait Tracklisting
01. Earthquake
02. Souvenirs
03. Wild Child
04. Doors
07. Bloodlust
08. Supermodel
09. What Do I Do Now
10. Your Love
11. Perfect Storm
12. Shadowboxing
Cardiknox Tour Dates
* w/ The Knocks
^ w/ Carly Rae Jepsen
Jan 28     Maintenance Shop                     Ames, IA*
Jan 29     Vega                                              Lincoln, NE*
Jan 30     Larimer Lounge                           Denver, CO*
Jan 31     Urban Lounge                              Salt Lake City, UT*
Feb 3      Imperial                                        Vancouver, BC*
Feb 4      Neumos                                        Seattle, WA*
Feb 5      Doug Fir                                        Portland, OR*
Feb 6      HiFi Music Hall                            Eugene, OR*
Feb 8      The Boardwalk                            Sacramento, CA*
Feb 9      The Independent                        San Francisco, CA*
Feb 10    The Independent                        San Francisco, CA*
Feb 11    The Independent                        San Francisco, CA*
Feb 12    Casbah                                         San Diego, CA*
Feb 13    El Rey Theater                            Los Angeles, CA*
Feb 15    The Plaza Live                             Orlando, FL^
Feb 17    The Ritz Ybor                               Tampa, FL^
Feb 19     House of Blues                            Dallas, TX^
Feb 20      ACL Live                                     Austin, TX^
Feb 21      House of Blues                          Houston, TX^
Feb 24      The Marquee                            Tempe, AZ^
Feb 25      The Fonda Theater                   Los Angeles, CA^
Feb 26       The Grove                                 Anaheim, CA^
Feb 27       The Warfield                             San Francisco, CA^
Feb 29       The Showbox                            Seattle, WA^
Mar 01      Wonder Ballroom                      Portland, OR^
Mar 02       Knitting Factory                        Boise, ID^
Mar 04       The Depot                                 Salt Lake City, UT^
Mar 05       Gothic Theater                          Denver, CO^
Mar 07       Cain’s Ballroom                         Tulsa, OK^
Mar 08       The Granada                              Lawrence, KS^
Mar 09       Varsity                                         Minneapolis, MN^
Mar 11       Turner Hall Ballroom                 Milwaukee, WI^
Mar 12       Metro                                          Chicago, IL^
Mar 13       St. Andrews Hall                        Detroit, MI^
Mar 14       Cannery Ballroom                     Nashville, TN^
Mar 17       Madison Theater                       Covington, KY^
Mar 18       Mr Small’s                                   Pittsburgh, PA^
Mar 19       Norva                                           Norfolk, VA^
Mar 20       Baltimore Sound Stage              Baltimore, MD^
Mar 22       Upstate Concert Hall                 Clifton, NY^
Mar 23       Fete Ballroom                             Providence, RI^
Mar 25       Terminal 5                                  New York. NY^
Mar 26       The Paramount                          Huntington, NY^
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Doprah Release “Lucid Visions” Video, Announce New Album

doprahFollowing the success of their breakout self-titled EP, along with a series of videos, Doprah have announced that they will be releasing their highly-anticipated debut album, Wasting, in February 2016.

The album has been recorded over three years, following 2011’s Christchurch earthquake, giving it an ominous, yet electric vibe.

The new record features the single, “Lucid Visions,” which you can see the video for below. Wasting will be released digitally and on vinyl on February 19th, 2016 worldwide. Tour dates are to be announced soon.

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Chapell Announces New Album, Releases New Single

chapellChapell just shared his debut single, “Giving Her More,” from his upcoming album, The Redhead’s Allegations. The album is a long time coming, made possible with the support of music greats including Prairie Prince (Journey, The Cars, Todd Rundgren), Sarah Gregory (The Gregory Brothers), Riley Osbourn (Kenny Wayne Shepher band), George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt’s band), Jason Hann (Sting Cheese Incident), Sakai Smith and Nikita Germaine (Train). The album was produced by Jerry Harrison of the Talking Heads.

The Redhead’s Allegations drops on March 4th. Stream “Giving Her More” below.

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