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Interactive Interview with Revmatic

Coming a respectable second place is Canada’s Revmatic. The band is sticking around this week to answer any questions you may have for them. 2008 marks Revmatic’s third release “Cold Blooded Demon”. Described by singer Nathan Yetter as the sound of Guns N Roses and Metallica in a car accident, the album marks a new […]

Listen to Eluvium? Like vinyl? Sure you do!

Don’t know if you wanna blow $120 for this, but maybe someone in the Christmas/Hanukkah/what-have-you spirit is feeling extra generous.  Life Through Bombardment is a tripped out collection of the songs Matthew Cooper composed under the moniker, Eluvium. I’ve always wanted to hear Copia on vinyl because it’s so warm and spacey, so I’m really […]

Video of the Week: Gnarls Barkley, “Mystery Man”

I’m just gonna put this out there and you can do with it what you want: Cee-Lo and Dangermouse are the future of hip-hop.  This track/video comes from the upcoming “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul” EP.  Enjoy.

Recs from Sleepercar and Sparta’s Jim Ward

This is the inaugural post for a new feature we are calling “Recommendations from the Celebrity Mind”. We are asking bands who are a little more known than some to recommend some artists that you might not be familiar with. Our first artist is no stranger to the Indie world. Jim Ward is helping small […]

Deftones bassist in coma after car crash

Spend a few minutes sending some prayers towards the bass player of the Deftones. He’s in serious shape after a car accident in California: The bass player with California rock band Deftones is in a coma after being involved in a car accident Monday in Santa Clara, Calif., according to the Sacramento Bee. Chi Cheng, […]

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