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Adoration by BLOOM

When Sam Larson launched her fuzz-pop band BLOOM with a self-titled debut in January, she chose arguably the perfect nom de plume for the year that was to unfold. With the September release of their six-song ca...

Veiled Visions by Moss Folk

Originally released last May, Moss Folk's trance-inducing, drone masterpiece is available to the public once again. Veiled Visions fits easily onto a 30-min cassette tape but encapsulates a world of sound an...
These Knees

Night Fires by These Knees

These Knees returns in full force to the front lines of the Cleveland music scene with their upcoming EP, Night Fires (produced by Dave Piatek), a follow-up to 2013's The Young & the Bright. Headed up by fr...

Come On Home by Midwest

I don't know if it is more possible to meet the terms of what we're looking for in an artist here at MWA than a band literally called Midwest. They are born and raised Midwesterners who embody exactly the vibe/...

Funeral Designs by BlackGlass

Funeral Designs, the debut release of rock trio, BlackGlass, is the dirty, fuzzy, reverb-y love child of vocalist/guitarist Silas Mishler, bassist/guitarist Dan Jarvis, and drummer Sarah Neczwid. Things get ...

HEY MAN NICE SET by Alright Panther

“Hey man, nice set” no not the hit song by Filter, but a phrase we’ve all probably said after a gig. It’s something I’m pretty sure I’ve said to the guys in Alright Panther at least once. Well, they are here...

A.M. Stations Release Sign of Times EP

These guys are kind of hard to peg-down to just one genre, and that usually means you're doing something right. Whatever you want to call A.M. Stations, they are loud, energetic, and demand your attention. T...