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Jordan Reisman
The Brooklyn-based "dreamo" band is looking inward for inspiration.
Breaking down our favorite spooky apps for Halloween 2014.
The East Orange, NJ-based rapper who rescinded the crown to rhyme on the East Coast.
The Israeli New Yorker with his own take on faith and music.
The Denver, Colo.-based funk band is making sure we get our 1970s history lesson.
The Philly-based band on making rock n' roll accessible at any age.
The Brampton, Ontario-based Punjabi singer who is fusing classical style with a Canadian twist.
The San Francisco, Calif-based "punkadelic moongayz" band who beckons you to choose your own adventure.
The San Francisco, California-based musician with his own way around weird.
The Hollis, Queens-based MC who is dropping hip hop knowledge dressed as the kids.
The Denver, CO-based singer-songwriter who's making a sequel to 'The Goonies' in his music videos.
The New York-based Dominican-born singer with a travel plan for crossing over.
Hero Week - Our refined taste in unknown, unacknowledged, or underrepresented heroes.
The Norwich, UK-based band who likes to upload their colors onto YouTube.
The Calgary, AB-based indie band who changes more often than a chameleon.
The Halifax-based frontman who is unafraid to bring kooky into his world.
The New York, NY-based Craigslist metal-ish band who finds their aggression from within.
The Brooklyn-based punk-ish band who is breaking away from what they know to be the safe and easy route.
The St. Lucia-based producer/songwriter is making music that can suit everyone.
The Brooklyn-based solo musician and author who's finally taking music off the back burner.
The Swedish indie-pop band bringing their sound to TV or Japan.
The San Francisco/Austin-based band trying to get you high without getting high.
The Brooklyn-via-Australia blues punk talks cross-continental lovers and her laissez-faire approach to backing bands.
The Norwich, UK-based bluegrass band intent on staying out of step with the world.
The New Paltz, NY-based shoegaze/grunge band who is okay with missing South By.
This week we review the scrumptiously tantalizing "Chef," directed by Jon Favreau
The Brooklyn-based musician exploring all sides of the gender spectrum with a soundtrack set to blues.
The Goiania, Brazil-based psych-rock bad who is leaving home for the first time but still keeping their day jobs.
The Dundas, Ontario-based punk-ish band with advice on how to safely cross the Canadian border.
The Hamburg-based electro-funk artist who took his James Brown impersonation to a new level.
The Lafayette, LA-based gypsy-punk band who will cook you dinner for a spot on the couch.
The NYC-based boogaloo band who is leading the booty-shakin’ revival movement.
Speaking to NYC bluegrass promoter Rick Snell about the genre’s local niche in the city.
Forget the Commitments. The leader of this Dublin-based afrobeat band talks Fela and globalization.
The Ann Arbor, Mich.-based "Country and Eastern" band who see what’s out there and choose their own path.
The Woodstock, NY-based piano rocker who is splitting his time between the road and the playground.
The mysterious London, UK-based retro-soul group who is embracing its end before it's even begun.
The Oxnard, Calif.-based DJ who is splicing up samples of his past into his present.
The New York-based sad pop group that is the result of what happens when you start a band with your heroes.
The Long Beach, NY-basd solo project holding a mirror up to ourselves in the eyes of a bear.
The Los Angeles, Calif.-based dance pop singer encouraging you to dance like everybody’s watching.
The Westchester, NY based instrumental pop group that keeps it all in the family.
The Michigan-based jazz trombonist who took a few detours to find where he’s coming from.
The New York City-based powerpop band whose love you just can’t stop.
The indie pop starlet on the theraputic effects of having an alter ego aside from your day job.
The Yonkers, NY-based band that’s navigating their way through pre-adulthood.
The fit and fun ways of Cherie Lily, New York’s premiere houserobics instructor.
The Norwich, UK-based folk group who threw it all away to start again.
The Pop Professor is back to discuss breakout teen sensation Lorde and how she is changing the pop scene.

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