A Conversation With Firehorse and Free Download

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Firehorse is the latest project from singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Leah Siegel.  In Sept 2011 the Brooklyn-based singer released her eclectic debut, And so they ran faster…to critical acclaim. Produced by Geoff Stanfield (Mark Kozelek, Sun Kil Moon, Moby) and with Steve Elliot on guitar, Tim Luntzel (Rosanne Cash, Loudon Wainwright III) on bass, and Brian Wolfe (Sufjan

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3 Concert Picks For The Week of December 5th

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Tuesday, December 6th, Karkwa and Sharpless at Schubas Tavern – Chicago, IL – 8pm – $8 – 21+   Wednesday, December 7th: Emily’s Army at The New Parish – Oakland, CA – 7pm – $12-15 – All Ages   Thursday, December 8th: Alabama Shakes at Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY – 9pm – $10 – 21+

A Conversation With The Young Evils

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  Seattle has had an illustrious history with producing great bands, especially within the past 25 years. The Young Evils are the next band in line to become one of the bands synonymous with the Emerald City. Through hard work, long-term friendships and great music, the band has slowly built a following that’s expanded outside

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Joseph Arthur Dazzles The Troubadour

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As always, The Troubadour is the place to be to see a killer gig in Los Angeles. Last night was no different. Singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur played the legendary venue to nearly packed house and left the audience clamoring for more. The Akron-born, Brooklyn-based singer has had a busy fall, which he told us in an

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Q&A: Joseph Arthur

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  Joseph Arthur is a modern day renaissance man. In addition to his talked about music career, the Ohio-born, Brooklyn-based artist has produced some critically acclaimed paintings, which have allowed for him to travel overseas to show his work. But in the meantime, he’s on tour of the U.S., stopping here in L.A. at The

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Theophlius London’s Major Label Debut Doesn’t Reinvent The Wheel, But Sure Makes It Spin

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With much hype amongst hipsters and hip-hoppers, Theophilus London is back with his first major label record, Timez Are Weird These Days. With contributions from various of-the-moment producers (TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, Santigold’s John Hill), the 23-year-old Brooklyn MC-via-Trindad artist’s major-label debut blend an über-hip slice of electro-soul with a splash of break

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