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Grass Geysers...Carbon Clouds
The Go! Team
Proof of Youth
The New Pornographers
Broken Social Scene Presents: Kevin Drew
Day One: 10.000 Lakes Festival Live
Must Keep Dancing -- A Diary of Detroit
Fu Manchu, Artimus Pyledriver rock Cinci
Dieselboy Drops Bombs at Therapy Nightclub
RMR's Top Albums of 2007: Part One
With all the solid music released in 2007, RMR thought that we would allow certain staffers to contribute their top albums of this year individually rather than collectively. These lists promise to offer unbridled opinions, rampant variety, and opportunities...
Supreeme's American Badass
Dope Pope, King Self, and Negashi Armada are living a dream as Supreeme, a rap group consisting of three Atlanta natives recently drafted to Warner Bros. Records from the California based indie Record Collection.
GB Leighton: Good Times on Red Bull
GB Leighton is probably Minnesota’s best kept secret. Brian Leighton, the front man for the band, has been playing clubs in the Minneapolis region for almost a decade and a half, drawing huge crowds from an ever growing loyal fan base. He’s also one of the most productive songwriters coming out of the Twin Cities. His concerts are high octane parties that get people up and out of their seats, dancing and singing along.
America Is Riding a New Horse
For over three decades, America has been writing and touring, making it one of the longest running country rock phenomenons in the world. The band currently is touring to support their latest recording,
Here and Now
, that is a very forward-looking venture, produced in collaboration with indie artists Adam Schlessinger from Fountains of Wayne, and James Iha of Smashing Pumpkins. They also will be touring with Chicago later this summer.
DJ Hive brings the violence.
“Death Threat,” “Warrior,” “Vampire,” “Piston,” “Danger Girl,” “Headhunter,” “Aggressor.” There’s a common link between all of these DJ Hive track titles, and that link is his mantra and record label: Violence.
Fun under the sun and stars
The Midwest knows how to have a good time. When the sun stays out, we’re ready with good vibes to party with some of the hottest new musicians. Below are several of the best outdoor festivals going on this summer. Most of them feature a weekend of camping and multiple stages of live music.
Cough It Up!
Come out and see up-and-coming bands, the amusing and intriguing Niswander, the Naptown Roller Girls and experience lots of raffles, games and giveaways … all hosted at one of the best rock venues in Indianapolis.. and all for a very worthy cause.
It was their day off when I spoke to Cameron Muncey, guitar player and vocalist in Australian rock band Jet. They were driving through Texas on the way to their next gig in Arizona as part of their 31-city U.S. tour.
Celebrating its fifth year in raising awareness and donations for local school music programs, WTTS will host a benefit concert at the Vogue for Band Together with Patty Griffin on Saturday, April 28.
Live Nation announces 2007 Indianapolis summer concert lineup
Live Nation held a VIP party on Monday, April 23 to unveil the 19th concert season at Verizon Wireless Music Center and The Lawn at White River. The lineup has a few surprises, including a step back to the disco era with the Village People, the Indianapolis Symphony performing the music of Led Zeppelin and performances by Bob Dylan, OK Go and more.
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