January 2017

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Bunbury Music Festival 2017 Lineup

Submitted by Bohlsen Group on Wed, 01/25/2017 - 6:11 am

Muse, Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, Bassnectar and Pretty Lights will headline the 2017 Bunbury Music Festival, announced today by PromoWest Productions. Celebrating its sixth year in 2017, the three-day music festival will return to downtown Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove June 2-4, transforming the banks of the Ohio River into a vibrant festival experience.

TAUK Annonce Partnership with Nugs.net

Submitted by Lucky Man Management on Tue, 01/24/2017 - 2:47 pm

Instrumental rock-fusion quartet TAUK have added new dates to their 2017 tour. Headlining some of the biggest venues to date in Denver, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston and New York, the tour will take them around the country before a summer festival season that will see them featured at Summercamp, Electric Forest, FloydFest, LOCKN’ and more.

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Dead.net Announce Dave's Picks 21

Submitted by dead.net on Tue, 01/24/2017 - 2:22 pm

"We all expect Big Things from the Big Songs, but all the smaller songs in this show are stunningly played. That extra something in every song that makes a great show GREAT? It's here in every song. And as for the bigger songs, they certainly deliver as well." - David Lemieux

Just like the man says, you've also come to expect "Big Things" from the Dave's Picks series. We certainly intend to deliver with Boston Garden, April 2, 1973, our first archival release of the new year. Clocking in at 34 songs, this one's a whopper and a solid one, at that.

The Contribution To Release New Music

Submitted by Dreamspider Pu… on Tue, 01/24/2017 - 2:18 pm

When Relix magazine announced the The Contribution’s debut record, Which Way World [2010], and called them a “jamband supergroup,” they also recognized, “the band serves the songs first and foremost.” Although the band is comprised of some of the scene’s heavy hitters, the first listen to their music reveals their love of 60s pop and soul coupled with their ability to flat-out shred.