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Ballad Of Brownie: A Bassist’s Evolution

Ballad Of Brownie: A Bassist’s Evolution

“I still remember that feeling of disbelief I had when the Disco Biscuits played the Wetlands in New York. It’s funny, because to this day, when I think about what I actually get to do for a living, that feeling of disbelief is still strong,” recalls bassist Marc Brownstein.

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April 29th, 2013

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Year In Review 2012: 5 Funky Ninjas Named Kung Fu

Year In Review 2012: 5 Funky Ninjas Named Kung Fu

The art of Kung Fu is no longer solely associated with Chinese ass-kicking. It now also applies to onstage ass-kicking, in the form of a killer funk fusion outfit from Connecticut. The quintet has had quite a breakthrough 2012 as an anticipated act on bills for major music ...

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December 20th, 2012

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Year In Review 2012: Melodysiac’s 10 Most Memorable Moments

Year In Review 2012: Melodysiac’s 10 Most Memorable Moments

As we prepare to bid 2012 adieu, Melodysiac celebrates the end of its first exciting year of content. And, in the past year, a team of four gifted writers took on a grassroots project, solely for the love of music. Together, we united to transfer our most noteworthy live ...

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December 20th, 2012

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The Indo(Chatter)Box

The Indo(Chatter)Box

Boston’s the Indobox is known in New England for curating a brand of distinctive psychedelic rock dance parties that keeps the scene on its feet year-round. After a trip to the annual Hempfest in Beantown where the quartet performed, Melodysiac sat down with ...

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October 9th, 2012

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Getting Down To It With France’s Strip Steve

Getting Down To It With France’s Strip Steve

Strip Steve would like to take you on a trip into the world of psychedelic-noir disco pop, and trust us, you want to go. The French artist just dropped his new full-length album Micro Mega and is accompanying the release with shows all across America in cities like LA, ...

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July 30th, 2012

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Hard Rock Launches Record Label; Not In It For The Cash

Hard Rock Launches Record Label; Not In It For The Cash

Everyone knows the Hard Rock. Maybe you’ve eaten at one of the brand’s notorious cafes or perused music memorabilia or gambled at one of its amplified casinos. The name is (obviously) synonymous with music and music history, but the brand has yet to try their hand at music ...

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July 26th, 2012

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Having A Ball With Art Vs Science

Having A Ball With Art Vs Science

Certain artists have dominated the 2012 festival circuit, and Art vs Science is one of those bands. These Aussie boys are expanding their US fan base one show at a time, capturing audiences with a dance party of awesome electronic beats, as well as an upbeat and uniquely ...

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June 26th, 2012

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Happy Fifth Birthday, Brotherly Love Productions

Happy Fifth Birthday, Brotherly Love Productions

This weekend, South Florida-based music promotions, PR and marketing company Brotherly Love Productions will celebrate five years in the industry. After moving to Florida more than a decade ago, music junky Matt Beck realized his need to cultivate the underground music ...

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June 25th, 2012

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Industry Talk With Dynasty Electric

Industry Talk With Dynasty Electric

After attending the video release party for Dynasty Electric’s “Eye Wide Open” last month, we knew we had to get a little more information on Seth Misterka and Jenny Electrik. The electro duo has made a name for themselves with performances at large-scale festivals like ...

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June 2nd, 2012

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A Miami Drummer Packs Her Kit For L.A.

A Miami Drummer Packs Her Kit For L.A.

What is the state of the State Of, exactly? Miami’s beloved live duo, vocalist/key/synth extraordinaire Steph Taylor and her partner in musical crime, dexterously dangerous drummer and harmony machine Nabedi Osorio are splitting up. But, luckily, the breakup is not ...

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June 1st, 2012

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