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Somewhere between Ty Segall and Lou Reed sits RVA's Pete Curry.
Camp Howard is probably a band you have seen before. And there’s a reason for that.
If MACROCK was a person, they'd be legal to love on. In it's 19th year, the annual DIY festival held in venues in and around Harrisonburg, VA, continues to be one of the Commonwealth's best and most unique music festivals.
Richmond's Clair Morgan are pretty damn incredible and they are getting lots of well earned press.
This news comes at a particularly weird time - our 19-year-old intern has been combing through old Violent Femmes records as of late, with the familiar snare taps and nasal vocals floating ever so softly out of her ear buds.
One of Richmond's best mathy-weirdo jazz outfits, Dumb Waiter, have released a new music video for the track "Wet Brain Boy" and true to its creators,
It's a big week for local bands releasing high quality music videos.
Local artist CRUD CITY celebrated the release of his new zine and slung a few of his wears at a notably dope event last Friday.
Indie prog group Night Idea has been hard at work on their new full-length album Breathing Cold since the summer and
A local musician here in Richmond has started a new recording studio.
Music is far removed from the day where you could count on one hand artists considered "buzz worthy" or "the next big thing." Now, it seems there's a new list of "artists to watch" popping up every da
2016 has been off to a roaring start with great music coming in from all directions.
The experimental pop group Prince Rama has long been considered one of music's more eccentric acts as they consiste
Richmond's newest breakout star has been making headlines long before the drop of
At times, the music industry sucks. Sure, music itself is great, but the business world that supports it and pushes it forward every year? That industry is brutal, cold, and unforgiving at times.
RVA's own Lobo Marino (Jameson Price and Laney Sullivan) have been providing our fair city with whimsical and spiritual ballads for years, but their new vi