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Video Of The Week: Jeff Hanson – If Only I Knew

I mentioned this on Jeff’s artist profile but it’s always too bad when it takes an artist’s passing to make you notice their body of work. I can’t say that I even knew who Jeff Hanson was before I received an email from Kill Rock Stars with their condolences. Regardless, you should take a moment […]

The Spirit Of Roo – Part 2 “Sleepless in Tennessee”

Written by Jerry Grillo Day one of Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival was really just a continuation of the day before Bonnaroo. One long, wet, sometimes frustrating, ultimately bouncy day. If I rave a bit, it’s from going about 36 hours without sleep, and counting, helped along by several different types of bad American beer. […]

STA Travel Sends You to Meet Your Favorite Bands

We all love travel and we all love music., thats why we have launched a new Web site called STA Travel Music that gives you the chance to win a trip to check out some of your – and our – favorite bands all around the country. Heres what you do for your chance to […]

INDIE CLASSIC 101: #9 Pavement – Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain

Welcome students old and new… every Thursday (except last week :D) until the sun blazes the Earth, the staff shall pay homage to the most classic indie albums of all time. No countdowns, or top 100 lists, just a weekly gaze into the Music Emissions vault. Let the education begin… Pavement formed in Stockton, California […]

The Spirit Of Roo (Bonnaroo) – Part 1 “The Preview”

Readers, and festival foes, after ten years, we finally have our man on the inside. The random interactions of web-life have brought the M.E. staff to a new (but scratchy) talent who will be attending Bonnaroo this weekend and reporting the ups, downs and sideways of course. Music Emissions say hello to Jerry G (Grillo), […]

Recs from Endless Hallway

Endless Hallway is a new Los Angeles-based five piece band have completed their debut album, Autonomy Games. Each member took some time to give us their recommendation of what we should be checking out right now, besides their album. Ryan’s pick: Yasunori Ogawa. “Quiet Emotion” LP – ambient soundscapey music that restrains itself from becoming […]

Drive-By Truckers Polish Up Unreleased Songs For New Album

Drive-By Truckers (DBT) have been making music together for 13 years resulting in 7 critically acclaimed studio albums which could not contain all of the songs written by the band. DBT recently dug into the New West Records vaults, with guidance from longtime producer Dave Barbe, and put finishing touches on a selection of songs […]

Episode 44: New York Noise

Kevin Sellers takes us on a tour of New York and what they’ve been offering the music world lately. A nice diverse array of songs here. Sonic Youth – What We Know (The Eternal) Abbot Hayes – Just As Well (Giving Myself Away) 3 – These Iron Bones (The End Is Begin) Car Bomb – […]

Alice In Chains sign with EMI: New album out September

Legendary rock band ALICE IN CHAINS has signed an exclusive worldwide deal with EMI’s Virgin Records and are gearing up for the release of their first new studio album in more than 10 years. The band and producer Nick Raskulinecz (Rush, Foo Fighters) began recording last October at Studio 606 in Northridge, CA and recently […]

Video of the Week: God Forbid – War of Attrition

Ah, It’s crappy out today here in Calgary so I feel like starting my weekend with some ferocious metal. God Forbid have a new album out called Earthsblood and they’ve recorded a cool video for War of Attrition. Check it out and have a great weekend!

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