New music video from Alterna-Punk band Future Of The Left

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By Brad Lamers in New Music on Tuesday 12 February 2013

I was lucky enough to catch the Alterna-Punk band Future Of The Left on tour in St. Louis this winter while I was home for the holidays. I have been a fan of Andy ‘Falco’ Falkous for years, going back to his previous band Mclusky. He is a force of nature. This show featured a […]

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Lord Huron: The Stranger

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By Jasper Burik in New Music on Thursday 3 November 2011

I saw Lord Huron back in August at the Getty (In my home town of Los Angeles) and I thought something along the lines of: ‘Well, that was pretty good’. Then, more recently, I researched them a bit and downloaded their two EPs, which are phenomenal. They play a mix of calypso and alternative rock […]

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Stephen Warwick and the Secondhand Stories

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By S.H. Stories in New Music on Friday 29 July 2011

Although performing on stage with the likes of Nicole Atkins, A.C. Newman (the New Pornographers), Parlor Mob, and Craig Wedren (Shudder to Think), Stephen Warwick is a musician most of us haven’t heard of. He hails from Charlotte, NC, one of the largest banking cities in the southeastern United States. Not the most likely of places for a musician to grow creatively.

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Water Music

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By CCRider in New Music on Tuesday 17 May 2011

For many years a prolific writer and co-publisher of lo-fi Australian street magazine, Lucky, mattyb began putting music to his words in January 2010 under the name Water Music.

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Grün

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By Andre Matkovic in New Music on Tuesday 1 March 2011

Grün is an Australian band blending elements of post-rock, electronica, alternative and prog-rock. Inspired by diverse artists like Dead Can Dance, Four Tet, Phillip Glass, Tool and Sigur Ros, Grün’s obsession with film and soundtrack clarifies their sound — it’s visual without the visuals, the score to a film that doesn’t exist.

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