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Tune-Up covers all things music and anything can go. Song or video premieres, tour announcements, insider views from the music industry or events from the eyes of the artist. And always accompanied by an…
Regular Contributors Elena Childers
Editor in Chief Adam Bulger
Recent Articles
The U.K. indie rockers make their U.S. debut at this year’s SXSW festival in Texas.
The West Coast quartet can’t legally drink, but they sure know how to rock.
The Australian experimental post-punk duo releases their debut album this March.
They play true-blue rock ‘n’ roll for real folks. After five years their first full-length is in the making and comes out…
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Even though they’re all over the world, they won’t stop rockin’.
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The upbeat indie rockers sing about tragedies but their music will get you up and dancing.
I interviewed over 100 bands this year and narrowing it down to just 10 was tough.
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