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Nevada Color

November 12, 2014
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Nevada Color

Photo by: Samantha Ward Pittsburgh-based Nevada Color is a group in transition: The band is playing more shows, focussing its sound and energy, and beginning to reach out past the city borders. The indie-rock group is friendly, down to earth, and endlessly willing to share their music with anyone lucky enough to give it...

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Delta Heavy release new single and eerie stop-motion vid

November 10, 2014
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London-based Delta Heavy has released a new single and video for “Reborn.” The duo, comprised of Simon James and Ben Hall, combines Si’s expertise with instruments and Ben’s penchant for sound engineering to craft gritty, epic soundscapes. “Reborn” is an exciting follow-up to their 2014 EP, Apollo. The video combines stop motion with objects and...

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Concert Review: Gardens & Villa

November 8, 2014
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Concert Review: Gardens & Villa

Santa Barbara-based quintet Gardens & Villa recently released its sophomore album, Dunes, a comparatively complex follow-up to its self-titled debut. The group credits this stylistic change to the two years of touring and true introduction to the harsh music industry. I was able to catch them at a stop on their long journey back...

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Concert Preview: The Glitch Mob

October 21, 2014
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L.A.-based group The Glitch Mob has been pumping out futuristic, hip-hop influenced electronica since 2006. The group was originally formed by five DJs: edIT, Boreta, Kraddy, Kitty-D and Ooah, and is associated with the new wave of L.A. electronica that came out in the late 2000s. The trio only released its debut album, Drink...

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Pre-Show: OK Go

October 9, 2014
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You all know OK Go, but have you ever seen them live? The corky foursome is coming to PGH this Monday Oct. 13th to Mr. Small’s and is sure to pull out some of their oddball routines to share with us. It also happens to be the night before the release of their new album, Hungry...

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