Archive for August, 2013

Work Horse isn’t just a moniker, it should be a job title. Combine a massacre of Punk rock, Glitch-hop, and more underground rap than you could fathom, then garnish it with a box of nails, and you’ll find Skobie Won. A producer, a rapper, and an artist all on the same pallet. DIY from the   Read More …

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Erik Lamb, born in Incheon, South Korea.  Moved to New London in 2010.  Has released 3 official albums and is working on #four.  Part time cook, ex martial artist and butcher.  I got you stuck off the realness.  Make your own reality.  Choose your own adventure.  Write with honest intentions.  Consume slowly but dont be   Read More …

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Viking Jesus is an original band from Providence, RI that released their 1st CD in January 2013. It was started by singer songwriter, Kris Hansen and guitarist/recording engineer, George Dussault. With Uriah Donnelly on Keys, Evan Gilroy on Bass and Nick Iddon on Drums. The sound centers around one voice. “It’s a musical jacquard of   Read More …

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Empty Vessels have been described as everything including noise, sludge, hardcore, surf, doom, punk and more. In just over a year they have played over 120 shows across the east coast including basements, garages, farms, skateparks, burrito joints, nyc studio apartments, tattoo shops, record shops, piers, big stages, little stages, floors, costume parties, barns, parks,   Read More …

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This Haverhill-born trio lays out droning, experimental noise-pop. In February 2012 the band released their debut 7-inch, “Blackened Hands” off Boston label Vanya Records (Bearstronaut, Andre Obin), and began making themselves known in Boston for their intense live show, which translated well to both the area’s established music venues and basement/DIY spaces. In October, The   Read More …

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James Maple is Country as anything you are ever going to hear out of the Nutmeg State, yet at the same time still manages to maintain that sort of Americana/indie-folk aesthetic that made GraveRobbers a popular band amongst the indie rock crowd. You didn’t need a flannel shirt or boots to enjoy GraveRobbers but with   Read More …

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Horns of Ormus is an earth-based, three piece (sometimes four) big amplifier-driven rock band. As one of New London Connecticut’s fastest up and coming bands, they succeed in combining loud guitar with vocals and drums. Their debut CD was released on April 20th 2013 when it was distributed for free during a performance at The   Read More …

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Echo & Drake is an acclaimed indie/alternative rock band from Hartford, Connecticut.  At the end of 2011, their highly-anticipated debut album, “Sundrenched Elsewhere,” was dubbed the #1 Connecticut Album of 2011 by America’s oldest continuously running newspaper, The Hartford Courant (Eric Danton).  On September 12th, 2012, Echo & Drake was named “Best Overall Band” at the state-wide 1st Annual   Read More …

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At Connecticut College in 2012, a few friends got together, hit things, yelled, and Camp was born. Think alt. rock with heavy 90s and moderate folksy influences. Camp made their first EP in 2012, self-titled “Camp,” featuring Liz de Lise (vocals, guitar), Jon Markson (bass, vocals), and Gautam Sinha (drums). Now, made up of Liz   Read More …

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