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    The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Joe Symes and the Loving Kind –...

    First up on our list will soon need no introduction. They are quite possibly, in my opinion, the heir apparent to the four horsemen of Abbey Road. Check out our original review HERE and check out...

    Daily Dose: Charlie Sayles and Tony Fazio – Early Morning Blues

    Charlie recalls hearing music in Vietnam by bands touring to entertain the troops. There the impression of how music can make people feel was imprinted. Going from not being allowed to speak or make...

    Daily Dose: Temporary Hero – Little Jack Frost Get Lost

    Temporary Hero is an artist from the Northeast region of the USA who transcends labels, creating art in both musical and visual media, inspired by past, present, and future concepts. Temporary Hero’s first full length...

    First Listen: Ummagma – Lama (Mal Holmes OMD Remix)

    Ummagma have returned with a different take on their single, "Lama", which is but one track on their LP Frequency. This time around the track gets a fresh remix provided by Mal Holmes from...

    Daily Dose: Trombley Bay – Man Behind It All

    Trombley Bay is 5 piece Alternative rock group from Atlanta, GA that formed in 2009 with 3 original members and life long friends Jared Munday, Joey Mclane, and Josh Moore to be later Joined...

    The Test Drive: Rodney Cromwell – Black Dog

    UK synth pop artist Rodney Cromwell (a.k.a Adam Cresswell) has just added another bright spot on his musical resume with the release of his new EP, "Black Dog". You might consider this a continuance...

    Daily Dose: Whitney Campbell – I’m Blue

    Starting on guitar and moving on to the bass, Whitney has a solo project with her favorite originals written over the last five years. Ranging from blues to country, swing, folk, and bluegrass. LINK: http://www.whitneycampbell.bandcamp.com/

    Daily Dose: Sam GO – Mammals

    At some point in the past, Sam GO - a barely pubescent, prematurely cynical asshole - felt suffocated by the daily drag of white middle class America: eat, sleep, study, repeat. It was discouraging,...

    Daily Dose: Blaise James Turbett – Thank Heaven It’s Christmas Time of Year

    What began as a series of country influenced ballads evolved into a collection of songs with spiritual themes in country,gospel, jazz and other moods. Songs of love,hope,peace and above all faith .... in the...

    Daily Dose: Garry Ball – Straight Up

    With the release of his full length album, One Man's Way, Garry Ball brings an indie attitude to southern Americana folk. Lush with layered guitars, catchy songwriting, and an almost classic rock aesthetic, the...

    Daily Dose: The Oengus Projekt – Red Skies

    The Oengus Projekt, a French musical formation, is similar to atmospheric pop genres and heavenly voices. Its major sounds oscillate between ambient and contemporary dream-pop. Céline (composition, vocals), Camille (chorus), Eric (arrangement, counter-tenor), and Mitch...

    Jammerzine Exclusive: Constructing the Legend of Ragga Twins

    To say that Ragga Twins are legends in their own rights at this point in their career would be an understatement. They created their own style of music in the form of Jungle. They've...

    The Test Drive: Jack Hardy – Slipped

    With retro being the new antero, Jack Hardy really scores with his latest EP, "Slipped". Five feel good n' groovy tracks with each giving the credence of a single. "Slipped" is a kind of...

    Daily Dose: Praise The Fallen – Scars

    Praise The Fallen was formed in 2010 with members Jonathan Burkholder on drums, Jammie Bosstel on guitar and vocals , and former guitarist of Lillian Axe/ Brand New Machine Jon Ster on guitar and...

    First Listen: Julia Meijer – Ocean/England

    Combining the tranquility of Enya and the modernness of her own sensibility, Swedish born British bound Julia Meijer has released a brilliant set of singles known as Ocean and England. Both singles are touching...

    Daily Dose: Ghost In The Machine – Pressure

    Ghost in the Machine's songs always exude an understanding of how music reflects life - both the good and the bad. Music makes us feel invigorated; it motivates and drives us. It also angers...

    First Listen: The Lamplighters – Basement

    Straight from the heart of Germany comes The Lamplighters with a ferocious mix of power punk and party anthem in the form of their new single, "Basement". Harking back to the days of everyone...

    Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with GEARS’ Jimmy Wooten

    When looking up dedication in the dictionary, be sure to notice the picture of the band GEARS next to it. You will totally see why when you listen to this interview. Meet Jimmy Wooten....

    Daily Dose: Ki-Mani – T.D.A.U.

    Kimani’s road was no glass stair. He encountered several difficult situations. Instead of giving in to defeat, he turned them into the fuel that has driven him into the limelight time and time again....

    The Test Drive: Neil C Young – Neil C. Young Trio E.P.

    True to the form of any guitar virtuoso, Neil C Young returns with a blistering new EP with three tracks that are a lesson in musicianship. We had the pleasure of interviewing Neil a...

    Jammerzine Exclusive: How to Sound Famous with Everybody Looks Famous

    Dedication, hard work, strong ethics, and sheer talent is what it takes to make it in the highly competitive industry known as music. It takes far more than just looks. So don't let the...

    Daily Dose: Dani Rosenoer – Legacy

    Dani Rosenoer is a pianist, vocalist, and songwriter from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He currently tours with the band Three Days Grace as their keyboard player and backup vocalist. Dani also releases solo material featuring...

    First Listen: Maybe We’re Dead Already – Shrapnel

    Maybe We're Dead Already's new track, "Shrapnel" is nothing less than a frontal assault on your now defenseless aural cavities. This song is relentless to the point where I want to set my neighbor's...

    Jammerzine Exclusive: Learn the Sting of the Zing Smart Watch

    As you may know, we are primarily a music based site for unsigned musicians. But, as you also know, musicians are all about technology and, as most of you really know, musicians who try...

    First Listen: Marcus Nand – Time And Tide Wait For No Man

    Marcus Nand, born in Merseyside and currently living in Los Angeles is set to release a full length album ‘Time and Tide Wait For No Man’ featuring lead single of the same name early...