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The Sounds of Music

Having worked in a music venue during my college years, I’ve watched more live performances than I can count.  The House Of Blues in the Gaslamp District of San Diego put gas in my tank and food in my stomach, [...]

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Hectors Revenge

Hypnotically seductive vocals, well balanced tracks, exploding choruses, impressive and dramatic electric and bass guitar, this band is what you’d get if indie rock’s Cursive had a one night stand with Tool. Influences aside, Hectors Revenge is the real deal. [...]

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“Punk as Fuck” by American Analog Set

Dreamy and ethereal, this melodic track is reason why you should never judge a song by its title.

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“Sunshine” by Jay-Z (Ratatat remix)

Indie-electronica duo Ratatat puts their spin on J’s flow, breaking it down with a handclap loop and rock guitar riffs.

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“Not a Problem” by Black Lips

Atlanta garage-punk outfit Black Lips have no problem delivering raw Stooges-inspired rock.

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“Hollaback Boy” by Cobra Starship

A parody of Gwen Stefani’s stomp driven booty-shaker, Cobra Starship’s rendition from a male perspective will have cheerleaders everywhere going b-a-n-a-n-a-s.

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“Elephant Gun” by Beirut

Melding Old World instrumentals with a rich vocal, Beirut creates a cultural texture tactile enough to make you feel like you’re in southeastern Europe raising your glass to good friends.

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“Transit” by Albert Hammond Jr.

From The Strokes guitarist’s recent solo debut, “Transit” moves with a forward momentum driven by a carefree vocal, youthful beat and teasingly playful guitar.

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