Turbo Fruits Work Hard and Play Harder


Not many bands can say that they run their own label, put together a festival on a cruise ship, tour consistently, and manage to break out new material in between all of that. Nashville garage rockers Turbo Fruits can, and still find the energy to rock your face off. I recently engaged in some interesting

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Divine Fits – A Thing Called Divine Fits


I’m not even going to bother going into the “supergroup” thing (oops) and instead recognize that Divine Fits is a well-balanced band comprised of dudes that have their own successful projects, and who combined the best aspects into something of its very own entity. Comprised of Britt Daniel from Spoon, Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade

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White Rabbits Have Nothing But Time


I had the opportunity to sit down with three of White Rabbits: Alex Even, Matthew Clark and Brian Betancourt. The Brooklyn, New York six-piece, by way of Columbia, Missouri (including Stephen Patterson, Greg Roberts and Jamie Levinson) could fall into the ever-expanding category of “indie rock,” but I believe experimental and even, energetic, would be

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