Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

Mason's Case

Once hailing from East Lansing, MI, Mason's Case now based out of Chicago, IL has an eclectic sound and a live energetic stage show that has won over audiences wherever they happen to take the stage.

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Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

David Hawkins

David Hawkins is the songwriter, singer, and guitarist from the cities of Chicago (Rogers Park, Evanston, Lake Bluff), Tulsa, and New Orleans (Metairie).

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Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

Anberlin

Anberlin is an American rock band formed in Winter Haven, Florida in 2002. Since the beginning of 2007, the band has consisted of lead vocalist Stephen Christian, guitarists Joseph Milligan and Christian McAlhaney, bassist Deon Rexroat, and drummer Nathan Young.

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Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

Ballyhoo

A rock band with punk energy and pop reggae grooves, Baltimore’s BALLYHOO! are a fun, fan-loving powerhouse. These road dogs have tirelessly toured coast-to-coast taking their music to the people. Between the road and the studio, BALLYHOO! have crafted a sound distinctly their own; fresh, fun, and embodied by the soul of the party lifestyle. Lead singer and guitarist, Howi Spangler, has a reputation for mixing slick lyrics with his smooth but powerful voice. Drummer Donald “Big D” Spangler lays out the hard-hitting beats, which are underlined by JR Gregory’s funky and witty bass lines. Scott Vandrey (aka DJ Blaze) rounds it out on the turntables and keys.

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Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

The Swellers

For those who’ve been hiding under a rock, The Swellers got their start in 2002 when brothers Nick and Jonathan Diener and a friend got together and recorded some demos in their basement. Next thing you know the band is playing shows around Flint and word of their performances starts spreading like wildfire around the the region and eventually the country.

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Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

Willie Nile

Anyone who’s paid attention to his recent output knows that Willie Nile is currently in the midst of a creative renaissance that’s produced some of the most compelling music of his 35-year career. The tradition continues with his forthcoming American Ride, due out June 25, 2013 on Loud & Proud Records, where Nile becomes the first artist released under the label’s new deal with RED Distribution.

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Monday, 21 October 2013 05:00

Mark Dvorak

Mark Dvorak is a modern day troubadour who has never stopped performing, writing and recording. He has been called “a folk singer’s folk  singer” with an “encyclopedic knowledge of traditional songs.” His original songs are described as “wondrous” and “profound.”

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Friday, 18 October 2013 05:00

Farkus

Drummer Dave Durdov entered a Champaign Illinois college party as a stranger when he happened upon Tony Maguire and Brian Gillham jamming together on acoustic guitars.  Intrigued by the unfamiliar songs the duo was performing, Durdov had to inquire who they were 'covering'.  His question remained unanswered until the three were able to regroup in their hometown of Chicago years later to form the beginningss of Farkus.

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Friday, 18 October 2013 05:00

The Fireside Silhouettes

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Friday, 18 October 2013 05:00

Zain Lodhia

Zain Lodhia is a Chicago-based singer/songwriter new to the indie pop/rock scene. With a diverse range of influences and strong acoustic roots, Zain began writing music as a hobby in college but it wasn't until he picked up guitar in early 2009 that it turned into a serious passion. After releasing the Memories EP in June 2011, he shifted his focus to writing and recording a full length album, The Leap, which was released in May of 2013.

"Music has always been a passion of mine, but it wasn’t until later in my life that I discovered the world of songwriting and production. It was only once I started writing myself that I developed a true appreciation for music’s intrinsic value, but I soon realized it could mean so much more. Songs can grasp us in a way which emotionally ties us to its author, a connection which reveals our commonalities on the most basic level: our humanity. The fact that we all can feel joy, pain, and sorrow among other emotions prove that we are more similar than we are different, even though the circumstances which produce those emotions and their manifestations may drastically vary. We all have our own personal weaknesses, but each of us also has the strength and resolve to overcome them. It is through the relationships we build with the people in our lives that we find this strength and are able to achieve anything."

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