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As an avant garde artistic statement, denitia & sene are a testament to the current musical landscape in Brooklyn.
The Luyas make music with experimentation and a little bit of magic.
Friends from Kentucky who have successfully turned their social chemistry and mutual artistic interests into an off-kilter garage rock band.
Led by 18-year-old emcee Patrick "Wiki" Morales, Ratking is proof that hip hop runs deep into the veins of New York City.
Blonds’ music is so good that, according to the band, it will “swallow your soul.”
Is imitation the highest form of flattery or the lowest form of creativity?
After the Rodeo may be the best delicacy out of Vermont since Ben & Jerry’s.
Through music, positivity, activism and good energy, Staff Benda Bilili stands for something far greater than a band, but a tide in the current of global change.
After rising from grimy dive bars to international tours, Mangan has learned a thing or two about the ways of the world.
What began as a love for all-things Chris Rock has evolved into a creative career move for this NYC based comic.
This London-based indie rocker left medical school to pursue his utmost passion in the arts.
Remixing music, genre, and identity, electronic music producer Yarlen can enter a room and immediately get attention.
Ten years down the road less traveled, The Brew has evolved from a quartet of dedicated rookies to a notable starting line-up.
Three Trapped Tigers make instrumental rock cool, beautiful and jam-worthy.
Leftside is one of the preeminent artists setting the pace in the Jamaican music scene with his fresh island drawl and multicultural dynamic.
Thought-provoking, determined and fashionably astute, meet this Seattle-based collective of jazz musicians.
Adrian Fischer of FlyingFisch challenges the ignorance and hatred he finds around him with a message of inspiration.
They describe themselves as a group bound by sex and synths – a band making sex pop music for the masses.
A six piece group of low-key, highly talented musicians out of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Sleepy Wonder’s no new kid on the block, yet his latest artistic endeavor casts an original spotlight onto his career and his music.
Texas may be known for a lot of things, but derivative African culture is not typically one. Unless, of course, you consider Hard Proof, an Austin-based collective of ten musicians.
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A comedian who rides the highs and lows with the guard of wit.
Ohio-based collective of indie rockers has known each other since grade school, but came together just six months ago to start a band because they thought, well, why not?
Over the past few years, Zorch has independently-released two EPs and made a name for themselves playing at festivals like SXSW, where everyone from Esquire to NPR was singing their praises.
Slam poet extraordinaire, expect to be bedazzled by a girl on the brink of glory.
Jeffrey Iqbal has learned to keep his Indian roots inherently ground into his homeland American soil.
Get to know these Irish/Malaysian siblings who meld elements of folk, dub, jazz, soul and ska.
Together since 2008, they began with a mission to not only accomplish great sonic moments in their work, but to achieve their success through their own means and under their own terms.
She may be a Joni Mitchell in the making, but LA-based singer-songwriter Kyla Graves didn’t always make her money through the explorative anecdotes of her guitar playing.
Romanian world artist Anda Adam brings new life to the realm of dance and pop music, adding international flair to pulsing syncopation's.
The music falls somewhere in the oblivion of rock, pop and spiritual enlightenment through musical tripping.
He burst onto the scene in 2004 with The Grey Album and has since teamed up with some of the biggest names in the business.
For some people, online medical resources are becoming the end all be all when it comes to diagnosing illness and ascertaining appropriate remedies.
You may not have had the chance to head to SXSW, but thanks to Twitter, you could practically feel like you'd experienced last week’s musical insanity firsthand.
A recent social media campaign forces Nickelodeon to resurrect their '90s lineup, redefining what it means to be "vintage."
Get to know David Cope, a rising stand-up comic out of New York who is in the process of moving to LA for a dream and a girl.

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