The Waves are an indie-rock band based in Ithaca, New York. The three-man-band originally wrote and recorded their debut release Escaping the Hat EP (2012) between studios in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York. The three man power trio consisting of Tory Summers (Drums), Josh Mont (Lead Guitar, Vocals) and Jay Andrade (Bass, Rhythm Guitar) are ready and excited to play many shows this summer and over the next year.

The CULT Choice of Weapon album is out and "Honey From A Knife" is released as a single.

The tour is in full swing!

Read the live show review from Hampton Beach.

Read the album review, Choice of Weapon.

Thanks for the great coverage, Stephanie!

The Barnaby Saints.

The Barnaby Saints is a Los Angeles based group that fuses a mix of bluegrass, gospel, indie rock and layered harmonies.  Described in one review as " the lovechild of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes and The Devil Makes Three," the band fuses old folk story telling with lush vocals, banjo, dobro, and swelling B3 organ to create a unique soundscape.  With a debut EP recorded in June 2011, the band has garnered positive reviews, played great shows, toured on the west coast, and enjoyed performing music together.  With a new single and video out on itunes, and new album and fall tour in the works, Barnaby Saints are looking forward to a full year and more good times,

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Bonamassa Brings Modern Blues to Maine

May 23, 2012.

The Merrill Auditorium is open for business and filled to capacity. Music fans from all age groups have ventured out on a work night to witness the astonishing guitar skills of Billboards #1 Blues artist Joe Bonamassa. This is the "blues rock titan's" first Maine performance in 23 years of professional touring.

About Aabarakithumb aabaraki

From Their Biography:

"Reduction. Stutter. Funk. Reducing the music to its bare essentials, deconstructing each facet, till it is but a dull and throbbing shell of its former self is how four piece Aabaraki describe their delicious neo-soul sound that not only pays homage to the founders of funk, but also modernizes the genre. In a trend heavy musical climate, Aabaraki opts for sophisticated minimalism, operating as a single unit in producing, writing, singing, and creating all of it’s music.Though the boys come from different but accomplished musical backgrounds, their collective sound comes naturally."

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