A Really Late Recap: Philippines 2017

As some of you know from a past band review on MilesExperience, I recently visited the Philippines to surprise my grandmother on her 80th birthday. It took a while, but I finally compiled some highlights of the getaway and made a brief video that features a couple of bands: MilesExperience and The Young Veins. MilesExperience […]

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Achieving the Perfect Balance Between Grunge and Hip Hop: Tangerine

It is few and far between that I like an opening band so much, their entire discography ends up being added to my Spotify library. Tangerine happens to be one of these rare occasions. When they opened for Bleachers, I was completely entranced by Marika’s delicate voice, coupled with the guitars’ screeching melodies. The concoction […]

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Whimsical Juxtaposition: Roger Harvey

Twelve Houses by Roger Harvey is an album from out of this world, or at the very least, out of this dimension. With title tracks like “One Night as an Astronaut” and “Psychedelic Dogs,” it’s clear that his audience is in for a new kind of listening experience. He even transports his listeners to a […]

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When Movie Scores Meet Rock: ARCHIS

Dia Frampton, the vocalist of this creative duo, hails from a long career of music making. She started with her sister in a well known indie rock band, Meg & Dia. Afterwards, she found herself as the runner up on the first season of The Voice before releasing her own solo album. Today’s artist feature […]

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A Tale of Perseverance: Run River North

I first came across Run River North on a list of indie Asian musicians that “everyone should know.” While there were a lot a great acts on the list like Yuna and WHOwho, Run River North definitely stood out the most to me. It was during a phase when I was after more of the […]

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New Found Glory in Deep Ellum

To kick off the blog, we’ll be celebrating 20 years of pop punk with the rockin’ band New Found Glory. I first saw them live about a year and a half ago while they were on tour with Yellowcard. The only song I knew by them at the time was their cover of “Kiss Me.” […]

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