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Only a Visitor: Lines

By Stephen Chow I almost don’t want to tell you which kinds of genres Only a Visitor comprises. Any genre typing just doesn’t do this band justice. And none of the genres are uncool. If I were giving them a shout out on their latest record Lines, I’d say something like, “Come for the art […]

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Sam Levin: Frame of Mind

By Stephen Chow Sam Levin was born to make music, seems like. And he’s already got a bio made for the music business. As a wee lad, Levin was steeped in all the greatest in folk, pop, and rock. He picked up a Fender Mini-Strat when he was five. Performed his first open mic at […]

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Shawna Virago: Heaven Sent Delinquent

By Lydia Miller  Shawna Virago has been transgender pioneer way before it was cool. She’s lived and performed as a trans woman since the ‘90s so she knows a thing or two about storytelling and custom designing several extra sets of skin. The ten tracks on her latest album Heaven Sent Delinquent could serve as […]

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Winter Calling Releases Three Videos from Their Faces Album

Winter Calling has seamlessly blended metal, rock, and prog rock while maintaining a contained raw power. Their sound is tight, lyrics sharp, and their presence magnetic. The band is also not afraid to take a deep dive into serious topics. Wayne Hoefle brings his experience as a film composer, adding a wide screen foundation to […]

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