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One of New Jersey’s consummate guitarists in such bands as Airacuda, The Burns, and Avery Mandeville & the Man Devils, Matt Fernicola recently dropped his debut LP as the leader and singer-songwriter of his own band, the massive Foes of Fern. Featuring more than 50 performers, the Foes’ 11-song “Carpe Diem” -- on producer (and Fern Airacuda bandmate) Joe “Pom” Pomarico’s Telegraph Hill Records -- is a quirky but passionate collection of odd tales and luny laments.... READ ON

Alysia Souder is like that best camp counselor you ever had. She’s also a savvy organizer, fundraiser, and deeply committed to the transformational power of the arts.... READ ON

This is Karen and I'm in Scranton, Pennsylvania. This is Sharon and I'm in hot and sunny Phoenix, Arizona." ... READ ON

Jersey City-based Detroit-raised blues-rocker Eliza Neals premieres the video for “Never Stray” from her latest LP, “Black Crow Moan,” with Makin Waves.... READ ON








Fans of latter-day Springsteen Americana heartland rock, the anthemic edge of U2, and Bon Jovi stadium pop will enjoy what Asbury Park-based Morningside Lane is calling their debut album, “These Are Our Years.” That is true for drummer Brian Morelli, lead guitarist Brandon Broderick, and bassist Frankie P., who only have been in the band since April 2019. But singer-songwriter-guitarist Marc Del Giudice formed the band in 2009 in Fort Lee, and with different lineups, released four EPs, as well as an LP that was recorded in England.... READ ON

Ohio rocker Brian Lisik has released the latest single from his upcoming album Gudbye Stoopid Whirled (Release Date: October 2, 2020). The song, "Looking For You," is an unflinching and unpretentious exploration of female empowerment issues. Here is the official premiere with the single available everywhere on Friday, September 4th.... READ ON

"I am over all very well," said a buoyant and excited Nick Perri as he discussed his recent release, the single which was dropped ahead of the album and much more. "I was born and raised in and around the Philadelphia area; I'm an east coast guy through and through. I did happen to marry a California girl so I was bi-coastal for a bit and living in the Southern California area but I am back now in the Philadelphia area and happy to be back home."... READ ON

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Eddie Brigati is a singer/songwriter best known for his work with the ’60s band, The Rascals. Thanks to their R&B-inspired songs, The Rascals were the first all-white group signed to Atlantic Records. Between 1966 and 1968, Brigati and The Rascals made Billboard’s Top 20 with nine singles including “Good Lovin’,” “Groovin’,” “How Can I Be Sure,” “A Beautiful Morning,” and “People Got to be Free.”... READ ON

New Brunswick-based Lump’N’Loaf recording artist Keith Beck has released “Without My Baby,” the first single from his forthcoming LP, “Scorpio.”... READ ON

Jersey City-based The Milwaukees long-awaited sixth LP, “The Calling,” was worth the wait. The Mint 400 Records release is one of the best Jersey albums of the year... READ ON


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