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CD REVIEW: For the People by The Magnifiers

The four song second EP from The Magnifiers, For the People, lays the groundwork for the four piece to have an extraordinarily bright future. The band serves up an alternative punk rock attack crouched within catchy, energetic tracks brightly lit up by a delicious comic edge. The members are all …

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INTERVIEW: Plastic Pinks

Hi guys, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? June: We’ve been good, keeping busy working on our next album and organizing a couple of tours. Dane: Very busy, been doing a lot of touring and recording. Surprisingly not hung over today, Trevor(our drummer) and I went to The Flamingo …

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INTERVIEW: Armond Jason

Hi Armond, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? I’ve been good, just doing what I can to get by day to day. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “I’m The Man”? “I’m the Man” is a track I created to help boost self-esteem and give …

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INTERVIEW: Matt and The Beanstalk

Hi Matt, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? – Hello VENTS! Thanks for having me, I’ve been fantastic, how are you guys???  Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Symphony”? – So Symphony has been a work in progress for a long time, it’s the first …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Time For This by Susan Calloway

Susan Calloway’s new single, “Time For This”, should further solidify her standing as one of the pre-eminent singer/songwriters working on the indie scene today and may prove to be her ticket to increased mainstream recognition. This moving piece has a relatively spartan arrangement that gives Calloway’s marvelous voice room to …

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CD REVIEW: My Old Man by I Am the Polish Army

My Old Man, the debut from three piece I Am the Polish Army, experienced considerable birthing pains before finally seeing widespread release. Vocalist/guitarist and songwriter Emma DeCorsey burned through a series of disappointing collaborators, loss of musical equipment, and personal injury during the process of writing and recording this release, …

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INTERVIEW: Madelyn Victoria

How would you classify your music? I would classify my music as Neo-traditional Country. I always want to keep the roots of Country music in my songs yet also something modern day Country lovers will enjoy. I not only think of the lyrics, but also the music- It has to …

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CD REVIEW: There You Go by Cost of Attrition

The diversity on Cost of Attrition’s debut release, a three song EP entitled There You Go, will impress longtime music listeners and casual fans alike. This Indianapolis based duo plays with such confidence and covers the sonic spectrum so completely that it is impossible not to admire their talents. They …

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