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SIMGE on the Scene: Bad Cop/Bad Cop, New Years Day, Beartooth + More Played Warped Tour

This years Warped Tour has come though our area, left its mark, and traveled on. All in the blink of an eye. Seems like yesterday, but it has already been one month since it rolled on through. I chose to [...]

August 13, 2017 Live, Reviews

SIMGE On The Scene: Quiet Hollers Played The Saint w/ Joe Harvard

Kentucky-based Quiet Hollers stopped by The Saint at the beginning of the week during a tour of the northeast. Their set was filled with silky and melodic undertones while maintaining the indie grit and mystery that personifies the modern day [...]

May 18, 2016 Live, Reviews
New Politicians

Listen: Post-Punks New Politicians Share The Driving “Been In The Wars”

Based out of Centerville, NJ, post-punk outfit New Politicians started in late 2012 with Gian Cortese on guitar, keyboards and vocals and his brother Renal Anthony on vocals and guitar. The band then expanded to a quartet, with Erik Watson [...]

April 29, 2015 News
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Album Review: The Front Bottoms & GDP Display Jersey Pride On Record Store Day EP

New Jersey has produced many good things over the years like pork roll, Bruce Springsteen, the New Jersey Devils, and the Sopranos. On April 18, more good things emerged from the Garden State. On this year’s Record Store Day, New [...]

April 27, 2015 New Music, Reviews
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Listen: NJ’s Tru Fam Share The Auto-Tune Romantic Epic “Janet Jean”

Gritty, raw and focused, “Janet Jean” introduces us to Tru Fam: identical twins effortlessly floating in and out switching between singing and spitting verses. Fully immersing themselves into the emotions of the gone-too-soon king of pop, Tru Fam is able [...]

April 11, 2015 News
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Beardfest 2015 Drops Initial Lineup: Moon Hooch, Mark Guiliana + More Join Out Of The Beardspace In Hammonton, NJ

“In a world where entertainment is often too reduced to a passive, spectator/performer relationship, and where social interactions are too often reduced to quick moments of stolen time, and appreciation of nature is too often kicked aside for the pride [...]

March 16, 2015 News
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NJ Witch-Punk Outfit Osaka Analyze Anxiety In Flux With “Tranist”

NJ witch-punk rockers Osaka immediately caught our ear with their “Soft Eyes” and subsequent “Always August” singles. Now, the band shares their finest output to date with The Smiths-Joy Division indebted single, “Transit”. Osaka’s David Pressler shares, “I wrote ‘Transit’ [...]

March 10, 2015 News
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EP Review: Cedar Grove/Verona NJ Blues Rockers Tall Days Share The Driving Back To The Sound

Garden State-based blues-rock outfit Tall Days released their latest EP, Back to the Sound, on February 3rd, and just from listening to it once you can hear a great rock style blended with a pop-punk sound. Their opening track entitled [...]

February 25, 2015 New Music, Reviews
Homeless Apians

NJ DIY Rockers Homeless Apians Share Their Unique Composition “Crickets In The Cold” For NPR’s Tiny Desk

Grilltar, Patriot Pipes, Moon Bass. These are just some of the self-made instruments credited to the genre defying trio Homeless Apians self described as “recycle rock”. The band’s environmentally conscious ideology serves as the genesis of their sonic and physical [...]

February 25, 2015 News
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First Listen: NJ Experimental Rockers Goodbye Tiger Drop First Taste Of New LP “Blue Marble Carousel”

“Are you tired? Can you bear The weight of heaven? Your dreams laid bare?” So opens the first single, “Blue Marble Carousel”, off of NJ experimental rockers Goodbye Tiger‘s forthcoming debut LP, The Pixelated Soul. The weaving, shimmering rhythms that [...]

February 18, 2015 News