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On Sunday, October 23, The Tribe performed a relief concert at the E Spot Lounge in Studio City, Calif. for the victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Hurricane Matthew was the strongest hurricane to hit the Caribbean since Felix in 2007. It left a trail of destruction in Haiti and stunned those emerging from the aftermath. This devastation prompted The Tribe’s executive producer, Kevin Wachs, who is also CEO of Earthly Body, Inc., to organize a relief concert to help the hurricane victims in Haiti. He called upon, Lauri Reimer, project developer and production team member of The Tribe, to spearhead an…

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Rock Cellar Magazine is proud to introduce a new category called The Bottom Line – featuring anecdotes and musings from Bill Cinque, seasoned music industry vet and author of The Amazing Adventures of a Marginally Successful Musician, available now in our Online Store…  AQUARIUS This week, Aquarians will reach their creative peak. Money will be in abundance. Love is just around the corner. Sadly, you are an Aries. You’re reading the wrong zodiac sign. God, you are such an A-hole!! PISCES Jupiter is in retrograde. Pluto got demoted. Mars is pulling you towards enlightenment while your wife of 11 years…

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Arizona-based rock/indie act Jimmy Eat World have returned, releasing a new album titled Integrity Blues today. Their ninth full-length overall, Integrity Blues comes after the pre-release debuts of tracks “Me With You,” “Sure & Certain” and “Get Right” — and the three are among the highlights of the collection as a whole — but other tracks stand out in their own right. “Pass the Baby,” for example, is a slow burn for nearly five minutes, slight electronic flourishes in the background accentuating Jim Adkins’ vocals until an unexpected, almost prog-rock breakdown (that even calls to mind Soundgarden) in the song’s final minute.…

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The next time you’re at one of those parties where a trivia game breaks out and the question gets asked, “Who was the last person to open a show for the late, great B.B. King,” you can go ahead and smirk knowingly as you boldly and confidently answer that it was Hamish Anderson, a then-23-year-old from Melbourne, Australia. Anderson left his home Down Under in the spring of 2014 in favor of America; the music that he connects with—blues and rock—is from here. By year’s end he’d opened for King, one of Anderson’s own heroes, and he’d been heralded by…

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Sum 41 front man/songwriter Deryck Whibley has had a long road to where he is today: releasing a new album, 13 Voices, the first record from the alt/punk band since 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder. A loud, aggressive, in-your-face collection of songs with titles heavily leaning on themes of death, 13 Voices is a strong return to form for the band, which welcomed longtime guitarist Dave Baksh back into the mix for the new material. Whibley, who dealt with battles with alcoholism that nearly claimed his life in recent years, has been to the edge and back, and the music on…

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Well, Green Day moved up the release date of their new album, Revolution Radio, which was previously scheduled to come out on October 21. Instead, the LP showed up on streaming platforms today, Friday, October 7 – and it’s a really, really good listen. An inspired effort from the East Bay punk icons, Revolution Radio sounds like a sequel to American Idiot. From opener Somewhere Now to the infectious Say Goodbye, this is the band at its very best, and this new record should definitely appeal to everybody that might not have enjoyed the Uno, Dos and Tre! three-album trilogy…

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As I sit here listening to and writing about this intriguing new band from Long Island, New York, The Lemon Twigs, I’m not really sure how to describe what I hear. Others in my position have used words like pop/rock, soft rock, baroque rock, melodic, harmony-rich, underground cool, theatrical, lo-fi, lush, modern-day, retro-leaning, divine, startlingly sophisticated, ornate and complex, and they’ve referenced The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, and The 5th Dimension. When he first heard The Lemon Twigs, NPR’s Bob Boilen felt like he was listening to “music from a time that never was.” To all those…

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Rock Cellar Magazine is proud to introduce a new category called The Bottom Line – featuring anecdotes and musings from Bill Cinque, seasoned music industry vet and author of The Amazing Adventures of a Marginally Successful Musician, available now in our Online Store…  _____________________________________ Guitarist wanted. Must have reliable transpo. The above ad appears in every Los Angeles music paper. That’s because a car is an essential part of living in LA. New York, Boston and London have public transportation. LA has it, but nobody uses it. I guess it’s transportation but it’s not very public. If you don’t have…

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KAABOO is not like the others.  It is by design that this festival feels a little bit different. It could be the imported beaches, cabanas and pool.  It could be the air-conditioned comedy club and art gallery.  It could be the bathroom trailers with individual stalls and sinks. Or maybe it is just because the lineup offers something for everyone, from Jimmy Buffett to Ludacris.  Whatever it is, KAABOO is definitely the luxury cruise line of festivals. It is obvious that KAABOO is centered around their idea of a “MIX-perience.”  Not only were the headliners from across the musical scope…

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Today, September 21, is the 82nd birthday of legendary singer Leonard Cohen. He took the opportunity to premiere a song, You Want It Darker, from his upcoming studio album of the same name. The LP will be released on October 21. Stream the tune below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0nmHymgM7Y The album is the follow-up to 2014’s Popular Problems and is Cohen’s 14th proper studio album to date. Here’s its track listing: 1 You Want It Darker 2 Treaty 3 On the Level 4 Leaving the Table 5 If I Didn’t Have Your Love 6 Traveling Light 7 It Seemed the Better Way 8…

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