Clean Bandit Enjoys Keeping Their House Tidy

Clean Bandit by Joshua Schulz

Chicago – U.K. quartet Clean Bandit mix classical with electronic and deep house. Brothers Jack (bass and keys) and Luke Patterson (drums), along with childhood friends Grace Chatto (cello) and Milan Neil Amin-Smith (violin and piano) make up the band that first gained attention in 2013 with the single “Mozart’s House,” blending a Mozart tune

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Young Rising Sons Are Riding ‘High’

Young Rising Sons

Seattle – Since the release of their hit debut single “High” in spring 2014, Young Rising Sons have become a band to watch. The alt-rock four-piece, made up of Andy Tongren (vocals/guitar), Dylan Scott (lead guitar), Julian Dimagiba (bass), and Steve Patrick (drums), craft catchy, listenable pop-rock shaded with New York grit, as heard on

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Getting To Know More About Mess Me

Mess Me

Berlin – Up-and-coming artist Mess Me is currently burning up dance floors throughout Europe with his track “Keep On Coming” (and its worthy B-side complement “Selector”), and as soon as one hears his dark EDM, it is clear that Mik Santoro, owner of Ampispazi Recordings, has met a kindred musical spirit that is a perfect

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Interview: Jukebox The Ghost

Jukebox The Ghost By Eric Ryan Anderson

San Francisco- Washington D.C. Based indie pop band Jukebox the Ghost consists of only three guys, Ben Thornewill (vocals/keyboard), Tommy Siegel (vocals/guitar), and Jesse Kristin (drums.) This power pop indie band has just released their fourth album, the self-titled Jukebox The Ghost. To promote their newest album they have been touring all over the country.

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A Closer Look At Night Riots With Travis Hawley


Los Angeles – Templeton, California band Night Riots is a five-piece outfit, which includes Travis Hawley (vocals), Nick Fotinakes (guitar), Matt DePauw (guitar), Mikel Van Kranenburg (bass), and Rico Rodriguez (drums). Their brand new second EP, Howl, from Sumerian Records is a supercharged record that combines the sounds of 80s and modern rock into one

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School’s Out For Dylan Gardner

Dylan Gardner By Jeri Heiden

Chicago – Lately more and more teenagers have been breaking into the music industry thanks to the power of social media and music sharing sites like YouTube, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Bandcamp. However, there’s definitely more to it than exposure. Social networking and the readily available technology have groomed a generation of kids to be industry

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