All posts by Stephanie Amadeus

I write about music. I love pretty much all types, though there are a few genres I avoid. I grew up in the south but I'm no Southern Belle. And I can't go a day without listening to 90s pop, 70s rock, and the Foo Fighters.

The Clash Get Their Own Converse High Tops — The World Famous KROQ

By Annie Reuter The Clash are getting their own Converse line in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the band playing at the 100 Club Punk Special, a two-day event in London that helped launch the punk rock movement. Related: Newly Discovered Snail Species Named After The Clash’s Joe Strummer On September 20th, which marks…

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The New Regime – “We Rise, We Fall”

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Theme Song This Week: Australia’s Why We Run

It’s time to get a little dreamy with Australia’s Why We Run, and their gentle yet driving single “Comfortable Lie.”

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Young Buffalo’s Tour Diary: Famous tacos and fisting in San Diego

Check out the amazing things that indie rock band Young Bufffalo enjoyed while they were in the sunny city of San Diego.

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Interview: Colony House is on the road, playing Hangout Fest

Here’s eight important reasons why feel-good indie pop band Colony House is a band you need to know.

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Video: Haunting and beautiful “Putney Bridge” by UK’s James Canty

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Say Hello to Hey Rosetta! in San Diego

 Hey Rosetta! are coming to San Diego, and they’re bringing their beautifully arranged, dreamy sense of alt pop with them. There’s a lot that goes into a multi-instrumental project such as this, so we spoke with the group about working together, navigating the indie music scene, and the real human experience of music.

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