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Interview: 10 Questions (or so) for The Dudes

The Dudes are one of Canada’s national music treasures. Or at  least frontman Dan Vacon’s beard is. Vacon, “The Dudes’ major creative force” according to the always-accurate Wikipedia, isn’t afraid to speak his mind, as Music Emissions writer Gilles LeBlanc recently found out. After crisscrossing Canada earlier this year, The Dudes are returning to Toronto for […]

Contest: Win Say Anything Tickets

The band Say Anything  have packed their things and have hit the road in the United States for their second full tour to support their newest album Anarchy, My Dear (released March 13th on Equal Vision Records). The month-long tour kicked off the first week of October at House of Blues in Anaheim, CA, and […]

Video: Ty Segall

California psychedelic rocker Ty Segall made his television debut yesterday on Conan. He played a track “Thank God For Sinners” off his new album Twins. You can find current tour dates and see his newest music video right here. Update: In November, Ty was also on the Letterman show, playing “You’re The Doctor”.  Here is the video:

CMJ 2012: Spotify Playlist

Yes, it’s that time of year again already! For the few of you that may not know, the College Music Journal’s week long annual music marathon is New York City’s equivalent of SXSW. Countless hundreds, hell maybe even thousands, of bands and music industry types descend upon the Big Apple. Besides free drinks and parties, […]

Contest: The Features (CLOSED)

Just recently we interviewed one of the hottest indie bands in music right now while on tour supporting their latest album “Wilderness”. We received a ton of feedback about these guys and figured you might have some interest in a bit of unique swag. How To Win Music Emissions has two prize packs for The […]

Tour Review: Gotye With Kimbra

 Review by special guest correspondent Kristen Reed, Photos by Jason Janik, Video by Sarah Flores In the 1960s, America experienced the British Invasion thanks to an influx of bands from England, but on October 12, 2012, Grand Prairie experienced the Oceania Invasion. Gotye graced the stage of the Verizon Wireless Theater with opening acts Kimbra and Jonti, […]

Interview: 10 Questions (or so) for The Features

One of the hardest-working and hardest-rocking Southern indie rock bands you’ll ever see in concert are The Features. Before they moseyed into Texas to play the Austin City Limits Music Festival, drummer Rollum Haas graciously took the time to answer a few questions for Music Emissions writer Gilles LeBlanc. If you’re not familiar with The […]

Contest: Win Steve Vai’s The Story of Light (CLOSED)

It’s one of the best guitar albums of the year, and Music Emissions wants to give you the chance to immerse yourself in Steve Vai’s well-reviewed eight studio album, The Story of Light. It is available as a deluxe CD/special edition DVD combo or digital download directly from Vai.com, but how would you like to […]

Interview: Freelance Whales

We admit it: we have a new band crush on Brooklyn’s Freelance Whales. They are getting a copious amount of attention this week, and deserve every bit. We ran an On The Verge article about the band, highlighting the fact that their new record Diluvia was released on Tuesday. We saw the band live ourselves […]

(ACL) Video Of The Week: Freelance Whales “Spitting Image”

Our video of the week is from ACL Festival‘s Freelance Whales. They are getting a copious amount of attention this week, and deserve every bit. We ran an On The Verge article about the band, highlighting the fact that their new record Diluvia was released on Tuesday. We saw the band live ourselves on Wednesday, […]

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