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Interview with Justin Furstenfeld of Blue October

Written by Benjy Oliver Yesterday, I was fortunate enough to spend a few minutes talking to Blue October lead vocalist Justin Furstenfeld. Furstenfeld was driving to Dallas for the first show of their new tour to promote a new record, Any Man In America. Armed with a new experience, rather than product release, Blue October […]

Lollapicks: Top 10 Indie Picks Lollapalooza 2011

Written by Benjy Oliver Who doesn’t love a music festival, right?  It’s all the best parts of a concert–music, friends, alcohol and drugs…just lots and lots more of them!  Each year, more and more of them are popping up all over the place.  As you probably already know, one of the biggest and baddest (and longest […]

Fest Review: 1st Annual Gorilla Vs. Bear Fest

Photos by Caleb Dickerson Heat has a tendency to bring out the worst in humanity. With North Texas consistently trying to break a record temperature lately, everyone it seems is running low on patience. This was the climate surrounding the first ever Gorilla vs. Bear fest (gvbfest) at the Granada Theater. Leading up to the […]

Music Emissions announces it’s next Unsigned and Wound Up

Established in 1999, indie music review community, Music Emissions has been publishing podcasts since 2008. After the successes of contests such as Indie Of The Year (2007, 2008, 2009)

The Dear Hunter is at it again! What’s your favorite color?

The Dear Hunter (which for the most part is the handsome gentleman pictured, Casey Crescenzo) is most definitely a band that has built up a lot of expectations with their new releases and Casey Crescenzo has more than outdone himself, yet again.  The Color Spectrum is TDH’s first album outside of the perspective of the series […]

Tour Review: Girl Talk

What better way could there be to spend trying to cool off on a blistering summer night than with a really cold Slurpee? That was the feeling last Thursday night with a party sponsored by Slurpee and 7-11, featuring buzz worthy artist and DJ extraordinaire, Girl Talk. Gregg Gillis, better known as the infamous Girl […]

Tour Review: Cage The Elephant

Photo Credit: Michelle Pelissero Not everything lives up to its expectations. Just think of The Dallas Cowboys, Congratulations by MGMT, the Blackberry Playbook, U2’s Spiderman on Broadway, or the latest upgrade of Facebook. Fortunately for me then that this wasn’t true of experiencing Cage the Elephant (CTE) live. I have been looking forward to seeing […]

In Search of Independent Artists and Songs

Music Emissions is an Ezine that has been supporting indie music for over 12 years. Think last.fm meets facebook, and you have a comprehensive website that feeds your hunger for under-appreciated music. Over the course of the next few months, Music Emissions would like to turn their podcast series into an opportunity for unsigned/indie artists […]

The Annals of Musical History, Part I: Punk de grâce

This is the start of a new as-and-when-I-have-time-to-research feature on some anorak facts and music trivia articles to impress your friends. If you hate it, tell me and I’ll stop doing it! Traditionally, the UK and US have always been thought of as the founding grounds of the punk scene. Starting with the socially alienated […]

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