Tag Archives: pop rock

International Women Who Rock Day

Well, we might have changed it up a bit. But today is International Women’s Day. And in honor of this, we’re highlighting women who have made waves in the indie music world with their talents, stage antics, unique tones, and overall badassery involving music.

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Imagine Dragons in Concert Film Event

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Now, I am honestly not the biggest fan of watching pre-recorded concerts from a TV or theatre. Mainly because I am a selfish girl and I like to experience shows first hand. So going into this Imagine Dragons experience and watching from a theater seat rather than viewing it live from Toronto where it was filmed  seemed somewhat anti climactic, yet I was intrigued all at the same time.

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Spoon’s Inside Out remixes are a must listen

If you haven’t heard the short but sweet remixes EP from Spoon yet, then…where have you been?

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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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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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The San Diego Music Awards Nominees announced

The annual San Diego Music Awards are back, and they’ve announced some amazing (and a few very surprising) nominees for this year’s award ceremony.

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Ray Lamontagne goes deeper dimensions

BY CHRISTIAN RODAS

Ray Lamontagne fans may have suffered a severe case of shock after listening to his latest album, Supernova, which released late April. I certainly know I was. In fact, ten seconds into the first song I didn’t know how to feel because it was so vastly different from every bit of Lamontagne that I was used to. I was so confused that I was forced to explore how much I really liked this new sound. Continue reading Ray Lamontagne goes deeper dimensions