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New Artists on the Rise

Every week, we feature independent and emerging artists who are making exciting, innovative music.

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He's the singing violinist that's taking over the streets and the web.

If ever there was a person who speaks through music, it would be Anna Calvi.

City and Colour – the alias of Canadian indie king Dallas Green – has just released his latest, "Little Hell".

Local Philly favorite, Man Man is a quirky, multi-instrumental outfit that first started releasing studio albums in 2004.

Tim Robbins (yes, the Hollywood A-lister of such notable films as Shawshank Redemption and Mystic River) has a band, an album, and a record deal.

Fountains of Wayne crafts catchy pop/rock songs with an edge of cynicism and snark.

Pushing their way to the top of Ireland's music charts before their debut was even released, Villagers is a band that is especially known for their overwhelming determination.

Latin Roots: Nueva Trova from Cuba Transcends It’s State-Supported Origins April 10, 2014 - Producer Aaron Levinson is back with a new Latin Roots segment on Nueva Trova, a style of music that started in Castro's Cuba in the 1960's but continues today. It started as a political music celebrating the ideals of the revolution but the music lives on, not just in Cuba but abroad.
It’s A New Beginning For Britain’s Kaiser Chiefs
Wild Cub –Straight Out of Brooklyn To Follow The Music To… Nashville!

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