IngridMichaelson LightsOutSinger-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson will release her fifth studio album, Lights Out, on April 15th via Cabin 24/Mom+Pop. The first single, “Girls Chase Boys,” is now available at all digital retailers and the music video is going viral, with incredible media attention and over 1.5 million views so far. To celebrate the release Michaelson will embark on a 31-date tour which kicks off April 21st at Le National in Montreal, Quebec and will run through June 3rd at the House of Blues in Boston. Tickets are available now.

SummerSetMusicFestThe third annual Summer Set Music & Camping Festival (SSMF) returns to the beautiful Somerset Amphitheater nestled in the woods of Northern Wisconsin August 15th - 17th with the bass-maestro BASSNECTAR, the legendary WU-TANG CLAN, Colorado's Big Gigantic, and many more! Expect Phase 2 in the coming weeks!

Sevendust TimeTravelersBonfiresWhen SEVENDUST--Lajon Witherspoon (vocals), Morgan Rose (drums/vocals), Clint Lowery (guitar/vocals), John Connolly (guitar/vocals) and Vince Hornsby (bass/vocals)—asked their family of fans for suggestions of which songs they should record for a new acoustic album, the response was immediate and enormous. The result of all that love and support is TIME TRAVELERS & BONFIRES, available everywhere today on the band’s 7Bros. Records, in conjunction with ADA Label Services.

CrossesAfter delivering an incredible performance at weekend one of Coachella, ††† - featuring Chino Moreno, Shaun Lopez and Chuck Doom - have announced a May tour. Tickets for these dates go on sale TODAY, April 15. This May run is the follow-up to their March tour which brought the band down to Austin for their SXSW debut, and featured an array of sold-out performances across the nation. Check out the band’s 4-song Daytrotter Session which was recorded at Studio Paradise in San Francisco while on tour! The session features “†rophy,” “bermuda locke†,” “epilogue,” and the band’s rendition of “Goodbye Horses.”

jonlangfordJon Langford:  The L'homme de Renaissance of indie rock. (That's "Renaissance Man" for all you eating "Freedom Fries.") He's done it all in his time. For us, he's created lots of cover art, produced lots of records, lent his ham-fisted guitar stylings to recordings by the Old 97's, Kelly Hogan, Sadies, Sally Timms, Danbert Nobacon, Jon Rauhouse, Alejandro Escovedo, among others, draws a comic strip, plays in the long running art/punk collective the Mekons, written a book, appeared as the backing band on This American Life and acts as a reeling papa bear figure to many of Chicago's musicians looking for direction and reassurance in this vicious racket we call the music industry.

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