Maybe it’s because it’s Oscar season, but I can’t help but to picture the great Hell or High Water when I listen to some tunes from the Hartford band Wise Old Moon. So many of their indie roots/folk rock tracks fit right in with that story’s narrative. Or maybe not. Maybe it’s because the band’s […]

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  It’s bound to happen. Anytime I have an article that deals with Canada, I’m going to mention the importance of the great Rick Moranis. The star of so many 1980s classics gave up acting years ago, but it’s always a good opportunity to praise his work any time I speak of our lovely neighbors […]

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Video killed the radio star decades ago, and as we often find out, premature buzz can kill a hyped film, television show, and/or band. In the case of emerging indie rockers Knox Hamiltonyou can, to quote Public Enemy, you can “believe the hype.” Coming off a hit alt-rock single (“Work it Out”), the Little Rock, […]

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Nashville-based indie rock trio Colony House released their debut album When I Was Younger last month and in many ways, it’s already a smash – and by “smash” I mean the antitheses of that failed NBC series which ate at your soul. Hating aside, this trio consisting of brothers Caleb and Will Chapman and longtime […]

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