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Dreamers Fly High on New Album

By George A. Paul
Nick Wold is fascinated by what happens when we doze off. That’s why his band is called Dreamers and has a section at dreamersuniverse where fans can post their innermost thoughts. Three songs on the LA-based trio’s engaging new album Launch Fly Land⎯including current...
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Django Django Talks Process, Samples and Cold Mojave Nights

By George A. Paul
Right before Django Django shot a music video for the title track to its full-length 2018 album Marble Skies last spring, the band members figured they’d probably get fried from trudging around the vast open expanses of Southern California’s Mojave Desert while carrying around...
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White Lies Channel Classic U.K. Aesthetic in Sight and Sound

By George A. Paul
White Lies made a major mark on the British music scene when its members were still in their late teens. Loaded with sharp post-punk and dark wave sounds that recalled Ultravox, Echo & the Bunnymen, the Killers and Interpol, the band’s compelling 2009 debut album To Lose My...
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Bad Suns Find Inspiration in Art and Literature

By George A. Paul
Fine art, literature and an invention from the distant past were key to the creation of Bad Suns’ third studio album, Mystic Truth. Christo Bowman was on tour with the indie rock band last year when he visited London’s Tate Modern Museum of Art and saw a 1967 Bruce...
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Cage the Elephant Discusses Grammy Speeches, Horror Movies and Edibles

By George A. Paul
If you’ve tuned to a modern rock radio station at some point lately, there’s a good chance you’ve heard Cage the Elephant. Members of the Kentucky band first started playing together in high school. By 2009, they had emerged with a platinum-selling self-titled debut disc that...