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Track By Track: Arrows In Action Prove They're 'Built To Last' On New LP | THE NOISE
May 31, 2023 After much anticipation, Gainesville-formed, Nashville-based alternative pop rock band Arrows In Action have finally released their highly anticipated debut album 'Built To Last.'
Sick New World Recap: What's Old is Nu Again [Q&A] | THE NOISE
May 24, 2023 In a world that is filled with the pressure to blend in with the crowd, Sick New World proves that individuality should be celebrated. The inaugural hard rock festival showcased alternative fashion, art installations, themed drinks such as Korn coffee and Deftones IPA, plus so much more.
Author: Moe Horta
Eli Hurts Makes Stellar Debut On Deliciously Chaotic LP ‘Ouch, Eli Hurts’ [Q&A] | THE NOISE
May 17, 2023 The rising artist has returned to the spotlight with his immaculate ten-track debut album, 'Ouch, Eli Hurts,' a co-produced project by Eli and fellow music producer Sam Pura.
Sir Chloe's Debut Album 'I Am The Dog' Sees the Rising Star Seizing Control [Q&A]
May 17, 2023 Thrilling paradoxes build the backbone of the 'I Am The Dog,' a praiseworthy debut from one of indie rock's rising stars.
Peach Tree Rascals' "Mariposa" Is as Colorful & Wholesome as the Band [Q&A]
August 29, 2019 With Mexican, Filipino, and Palestinian roots that run deep, Peach Tree Rascals is one of the most hardworking collectives we've had the honor of introducing.
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul