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Sometimes characterized as a dark and deep rock and roll.

February 11, 2013 - An active musician since 2006, John Murry is clearly climbing the social recognition ladder in the music industry with the upcoming March 5 release in the U.S of his critically acclaimed album The Graceless Age.
With roots in Texas and operations in New York, up and coming post-punk band Parquet Courts is covering all the bases.

February 4, 2013 - The group’s first full-length album Light Up Gold is now available everywhere from Calgary to Yokohama, and the refreshingly raw ‘70s punk vibes throughout the record have it spreading quickly.
Drawing from jazz, folk, and indie pop to craft an ornate sound uniquely its own, Hey Marseilles formed in 2006.

January 28, 2013 - Hey Marseilles’s sound includes symphonic cello, drumbourine, accordion, and viola in addition to the standard lineup of guitar, bass, and drums.
If you like reggae music inspired by the sound systems that roam Jamaica pumping out the vibes, you will like The Lions.

January 21, 2013 - In 2007, a dozen or so reggae and soul artists met in Los Angeles, California and, somehow or other, developed the band The Lions.
New York Indie Rock from Guards

December 2, 2012 - The New York indie rock band Guards consists of members Loren Humphrey, Kaylie Church, and Richie James Follin, brother to Cults’ lead vocalist Madeline Follin.
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