Photo Gallery: Hands Like Houses, Emarosa, + more

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Hands Like Houses stormed the Emerson Theater in Indianapolis, IN on one of their stops on their tour supporting their newest album, -Anon. The band’s 4th full-length album sees the Aussie rock band stretching the limits of their songwriting and musical … Continue reading

Hands Like Houses release 4th album -Anon + kick off upcoming fall tour

Hands Like Houses have released their fourth full studio album -Anon via Hopeless Records. Containing some of the band’s biggest singles to date, it’s their first new record since 2016’s coming out party, Dissonants. The new album is being supported by a two month US tour with support from Emarosa, Devour The Day, and The Faim.

The album is currently available on all platforms for purchase and streaming.

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Photo Gallery: The Relapse Symphony Reunion 10.21.18

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Rock N’ Roll band The Relapse Symphony reunited for a sold out show at Jammin’ Java in Vienna, Virginia after an unofficial two year hiatus. Jammin’ Java was where the band played their first show almost 6 years ago. With … Continue reading

Deaf Havana boldly change direction with “Sinner”

British alternative rock band Deaf Havana have made a name for themselves with the combination of stadium-sized hard rock riffs, and frontman James Veck-Gilodi’s confessionally emotional songwriting and vocals. Now, they’ve released a new single that pushes that winning formula outward in a totally unexpected way. “Sinner” is the lead single off of the band’s new album RITUALS, out August 10th, and shows the band moving into a bouncy pop rock soundscape, while still staying rooted in Veck-Gilodi’s fantastic voice and lyricism. The results are truly exceptional, and fans of The 1975 and Walk the Moon will find much to love. RITUALS seems poised to catapult Deaf Havana to a new level of popularity, while still retaining the core of what made them stand out as musicians. Stay tuned.

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