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Moon Taxi on 2017 Album, Prophets of Rage, and not ‘Selling Out’

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Moon Taxi is one of those bands that if you’ve ever seen them live, you’ve immediately downloaded their music, played it relentlessly, and signed up for all future gig alerts. However, ask any friend or family member if they’ve ever heard of Moon Taxi and the definitive answer is ‘No.’ What? Moon Taxi has been dominating the festival circuit…

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Interview: Zach Deputy, the One-Man Band, Brings Heart, Soul, and Grooves to New CD and Gigs

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Zach Deputy just kicked off his national tour supporting his new album, Wash it in the Water, which include stops September 20th at the Music Farm in Charleston, SC, and September 22nd in Brooklyn, NY. We got the chance to catch up with the one man, looping band via phone and talk a variety of fun stuff from…

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Interview: Earphunk Talks New Album, Playing with the Meters, and NOLA

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As I’ve written in several past articles, one of the joys of attending multi-day music festivals is seeing a large number of high quality bands I’ve never heard of rock my world, and then, over the next year, they roll through my home town playing small gigs. This is how you become one of those music fans that says…

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Interview: Slightly Stoopid Talks Festivals, Bob Weir, and What Keeps Them Going

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Slightly Stoopid is in the middle of their Return of the Red Eye summer tour, which is currently cruising down the East Coast with stops this weekend in Raleigh, NC, and Charleston, SC. Also on the ticket are SOJA, The Grouch, Eligh, and Zion I. Drummer, Ryan “Rymo” Moran, was gracious enough to hop on the phone to chat with…

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Interview: Blackfoot Gypsies Talk New Album and European Tour at Waffle House

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The Royal American in Charleston, SC, has been a mainstay bar that’s consistently booked high quality bands still grinding the small venue scene. This past weekend, the Blackfoot Gypsies rolled through delivering a crowd pleasing set. Their rock sound is a well-orchestrated mish mash of Black Crowes and Rolling Stones with personal touches of their…

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