By: Kyle Brown Awaken, My Love is another step in the direction of being a musical mainstay even if audiences might not quite get it just yet. Gambino’s third studio album begins with “Me and Your Mama,” a mellow opera of having an impossible crush on that girl that you can sit back and just… Continue reading The Aural Audacity of Awaken, My Love
By: Jessica Bishop Hailing straight out of Philadelphia, PA, self described progressive metalcore band Prevailer recently released a 6 track self titled EP. They are a five piece band consisting of Bobby Mcgruther (vocals,) Tim Dyson (guitar,) Jackson Newcomb (guitar,) Corbin Smith (bass,) and Dylan Volb (drums.) Mcgruther and Dyson were kind enough to set some… Continue reading Philly Band Prevailer Talks New Music, Band Life
By: Jessica Bishop Ladies and gentleman! Boys and girls! Horse faces and giant babies! The moment you all have been waiting for is almost here! Indianapolis local band, Bizarre Noir's long anticipated album, Pop Songs for Ugly People, is almost ready for release. Bizarre Noir is a band as unique as they come. With a… Continue reading Pop Songs for Ugly People: Broadway for the Ears
By: Jessica Bishop It's hard to miss the drive and passion when speaking with Sami Atari. Residing in Lafayette, Indiana he has earned the nickname, "Everyone's Favorite Local Boy." Sami Atari describes his style as hip hop with a large alternative influence. His inspirations range from Master P, Coolio, and other old school artists of… Continue reading Sami Atari: Local Artist Climbing His Way Up
By: Jessica Bishop Even though my t.v. viewing consists mainly of cartoons, I've never really gotten into anime so I was a little apprehensive when I received an anime inspired hip hop album. Anthony "Airospace" Alexander is a hip hop artist from Washington D.C. who writes, mixes, arranges, and records all of his own music.… Continue reading Airospace: The Nerd Rap We’ve All Been Waiting For
By: Jessica Bishop When I first listened to Fight Like Sin’s new album, Singularity, I was taken aback. The professional quality recording and crisp audio wasn’t quite what I was expecting from a local band. Their sound is well rounded; It reminds me of the slight, emo-esqe alternative rock of my teenage years, only significantly less… Continue reading Fight Like Sin Breaks Ground With New Album, Singularity.
Article and photography by: Casey Diaz of TheRippOffShow Tonight's show is at Carnahan Hall, located on Main st. in Lafayette, Indiana. Its a medium sized venue but the feel is warm an intimate. This show is being put on by Mad Hatter Productions. Mad Hatter is known locally for bringing in several larger comedy acts. As… Continue reading Hacksaw Body Slams Lafayette, Indiana
Article by: Jessica Bishop Photography by: Sid Vixen of Forgotten Aesthetics Photography Addiction has never been a laughing matter, well until now that is. Court Ordered is a brand new cartoon that follows Los Angles comedian Erik Myers as he struggles with addiction and court ordered group therapy. I first reported on Court Ordered when… Continue reading Court Ordered Takes Over Hollywood
https://www.facebook.com/ThreeCitiesBand/videos/849554078510412/ Saturday, August 13th, Three Cities will be rocking out Indiana's oldest bar, The Knickerbocker Saloon! The show is 21 and over and there is a $5 cover charge at the door. The show starts at 10 p.m., so grab a couple friends and stop on by the Knickerbocker Saloon for a damn good time! You… Continue reading Three Cities is Taking Over The Knickerbocker this Saturday!
Article by: Temple Ohl Photography by: Scott Owens of Mapiya Photography What can I say besides, “It was epic!?” We all remember that first time our lips met those of the one we desired. The anticipation for the thing that you want most in that moment, your palms are sweaty, there are butterflies fluttering in… Continue reading My First KISS