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Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Son Little Releases Videos For "The River"

Modernest r&b auteur Son Little returns with a thrilling new track entitled “The River.” The song delivers a magnificently seductive and ominous reconstruction of American blues infused with elements of hip-hop and raw guitar rock. Little (as Aaron Livingston) previously collaborated with The Roots and RJD2. Complex.com is ...

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Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

NPR First Listen Premieres Sean Rowe "Madman"

NPR’s First Listen series is premiering the anticipated new album by singer-songwriter SEAN ROWE entitled Madman. The record arrives in stores this September 9th. Listen here: NPR.org Early reviews of Madman have been glowing: Esquire Magazine, ”Sean Rowe is an intense man. When he sings, shouts, bangs that ...

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Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Saintseneca Take Stand, Draw National Headlines

When the band Saintseneca decided to take a personal stand regarding the Fashion Meets Music Festival in their hometown of Columbus Ohio, they never anticipated it would grab international headlines – outlets as wide reaching as the Huffington Post, Vibe, USA Today, Pitchfork, MTV, Spin, Rolling Stone, Stereogum, as well as ...

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Sean Rowe's New Album "Madman" Out Now
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Sean Rowe's New Album "Madman" Out Now

Acclaimed singer and songwriter Sean Rowe’s riveting new album Madman is now in stores. On his new record, Rowe has created a beautifully primal work. The record is deliberately, if not defiantly, simple in both arrangement and composition. It is soul music in the purest and most literal sense ...

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Saintseneca Play Tiny Desk Concert
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Saintseneca Play Tiny Desk Concert

The celebrated young band Saintseneca recently crowded into an office at the headquarters of NPR Music to perform as part of the popular Tiny Desk Concert series. The group, who the Seattle Weekly described as “riding the edge between old weird Appalachian Americana and melodic indie pop, “ played an impassioned ...

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