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5 Austin record labels you should know

Music lovers are no stranger to Austin. Austin is home to several music festivals, such as Austin City Limits, South by Southwest, and more. The city also...

5 Atlanta record labels worth knowing about

It's no secret that most of the music we hear comes from the three major labels (Sony, Universal, and Warner Music), but did you know Atlanta is home...
The Church

The Church, a place to serve Denver’s “nighttime congregation”

St. Mark's of Denver has always been a sanctuary. When St. Mark's was first built, it was a gorgeous home for the Episcopal community of the city to...

6 Seattle record labels worth knowing about

Seattle has one of the most iconic music scenes in the U.S. As any music fan knows well, the city was the epicenter of the ‘90s grunge...
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The 5 best electronic dance music clubs in Miami

In another city, any single one of these EDM clubs would be a crown jewel, but here they're all part of the colorful fabric that makes Miami a...
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5 Denver record labels you should know

Denver isn't a part of the pantheon of historical musical meccas quite like Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, or New York, but it has carved itself a unique,...

A few independent San Francisco record labels worth checking out

In a time when the music industry is constantly evolving, it's important to support your local music scene. Visit local venues, jam out to artists from the...
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6 underground venues in Miami where the vibes are just right

Miami is known the world over for its sultry beaches and lush nightlife scene, but when SoBe revelers want an experience with more grit and substance, they...
The UC Theatre

Berkeley’s UC Theatre injects new vitality into the East Bay music community

There's a new venue in the Bay Area—and it's truly one of a kind. Allow us to introduce you to The UC Theatre in Berkeley, California. The...

The Troubadour Nightclub, a West Hollywood staple for over 60 years

In 1957, an ordinary coffee house on La Cienaga Boulevard unexpectedly closed down one day, only to reopen shortly thereafter as the Troubadour nightclub of Santa Monica fame. West Hollywood...

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