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9-to-5 Job Skills To Adopt As A Musician with TRACE

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 It’s really easy for us to write about skills that are beneficial for musicians to have, or things every musician should do/say/think/eat… but wouldn’t you rather hear it from an actual musician? We got to speak with indie-electro artist TRACE about how she incorporates her 9-to-5 job skills into her music career. We hope you find her tips as helpful as we did. You can listen to …

Beach House flood The Beacham

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Written by Marimar Toledo

Dream pop makes me feel a type of way and last night was straight up magical.

 Touring around before their Bsides and Rarities record drops on June 30, Beach House brought over a flood to The Beacham in Orlando. Yes, I mean a flood as in a lot of us were emotional and possibly …

Tips For The Pit – Concerts 101

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Written by Jonelle Mandseth

Concerts. Your grandma loves them. Your cat loves them. Everyone loves a good concert, and honestly, who wouldn’t? Concerts, however, come in many different sizes – and it seems that the best ones (in a totally genre-biased way) tend not to have seats. Which isn’t a bad thing, for the most part.

Behold the have the general admission …

Royal Blood is a Catch with “Hook, Line & Sinker”

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Written by April Garza

British rock duo Royal Blood has shared “Hook, Line & Sinker” off their forthcoming album, How Did We Get So Dark?

“Hook, Line & Sinker” kicks off with a bang of whirling bass riffs and tantrum-like stomps. Royal Blood maintained their trademark thunderous sound while singing about lovers who aren’t …

Phoenix Brings Pure Euphoria to Orlando Tour Date

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Written by Marimar Toledo

If there are two things I always wish I could remember, it’s how I met certain friends of mine and where I was the first time I heard a band I love. I suck at remembering these things but still cherish the relationships I have with these people and the music. Even though I don’t perfectly remember how I first …

Artist Spotlight – Phoebe Bridgers

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Written by Madeline Cronin

Phoebe Bridgers has been called a “musical unicorn” by Ryan Adams. I don’t know about you guys, but I haven’t heard many musicians be called a musical unicorn, so she must be pretty dang cool. If that title alone tells you how awesome Phoebe Bridgers is, then congrats! If you need more convincing, please read …

Ever heard of Pirate Metal? Check out these genre-pushing bands!

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Written by Marko Galic

I have been listening to music since I was seven years old. I vividly remember the first song I ever heard: “Kad Bi Bio Bijelo Dugme” by Bijelo Dugme. It is a 70’s prog-rock masterpiece. From that day, I fell in love with music. Do you know what the best thing is about music? When you stumble upon …

The Pros & Cons of Live Concert Streaming

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Written by Madeline Cronin

Twitter has recently announced that they are partnering with Live Nation to live stream concerts over the social media platform. The first show to be streamed is Zac Brown Band on May 13th. Other concerts to be streamed include those from Portugal, The Man, Train and Marian Hill. While this might sound cool, there’s definitely some pros and cons to …