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LEAST OF THESE-WOLVES

One of the aspects I love about music so much is how it can make a person feel.  This seems to be a common theme in my world. Back in 2013, I was introduced to a band from Denton, TX called Least of These. I was instantly a fan. At that point in my life, I was on a different journey than the one I am ...

Concert Review + Photos: Mac DeMarco’s North American Tour

Photos and words by Samantha Skapin Last week, I had the insane pleasure to check out Mac DeMarco for his sold out show at the House of Blues in Cleveland. He had great support from the duo Tonstartssbandht. Tonstartssbandht opened the show to the extremely packed venue. The duo consists of Andy ...

Audiofeed 2017 preview: DENS

Photo credit: Tristan Williams.  If you thought ComeandLive! Records was dead, think again. DENS is an experimental worship project that fans of progressive rock and post-hardcore all over the place should fawn over. Our friends at Indie Vision Music have been plugging this band for awhile, and for ...

Reacting to Lil’ Yachty’s “Teenage Emotions”

I first had an inkling Lil' Yachty was a big deal when I saw his name pop up on some lineups for festivals booked by EDM/Hip Hop promoter Prime Social Group, including the notorious Number Fest in Athens, OH. My suspicions were confirmed when I was strolling down Sixth Street at SXSW this year and I ...

Z Wolf’s Dream Machine II is just that, a machine

On Witch-rock electronic duo Damn the Witch Siren's last release, Back to Dreaming, there's a song called "Let the Beast Out." It's one of the most aggressive songs on the album and it hints at a direction that the duo occasionally touches on. The sound seems to originate with Z Wolf, and upon hearing ...

Concert Review + Photos: Say Anything & Bayside Tour

Photos and words by Samantha Skapin I was fortunate enough to check out Say Anything & Bayside's co-headliner tour at the House of Blues in Cleveland. They had some great support from the band Reggie and The Full Effect. Reggie and The Full Effect opened up the show to a packed crowd. I ...

Ya gotta dig down for that new stuff [single reviews]

Ya gotta dig down for that new stuff [single reviews]

Written by Ryan Getz Muse - "Dig Down": This song could be considered somewhat of a sequel to "Madness." The minimalistic song has a similar bass buildup, and follows basically the same progression as its inspiration. In spite of this, the song still has the potential to become a fan favorite, ...