Tag: Mal Blum

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The New Alternative Music Festival

Every music festival these days is full of overwhelming corporate sponsorship. From the overbearing billboard displaying some awful mass market beer to catching Coldplay in the Nabisco tent, it’s hard to take anything important that these people say seriously. When someone gets on stage at Bonnaroo and rants about politics or social issues, it’s a bit hypocritical to say the least. […]

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Most Anticipated Albums of 2015

Most Anticipated Albums of 2015

For the past few weeks, we’ve taken a look back at the year that was in music for 2014. Now it’s time to look ahead to some of the albums that we are highly anticipating for 2015. Some of these are guesses (and educated ones at that), and ones we will be monitoring closely. Here’s the list in alphabetical order […]

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Hidden Gem: Mal Blum

Hidden Gem: Mal Blum

New York singer-songwriter Mal Blum has been writing some great music for a few years now.  They released their first record in 2007, Goodnight Sugarpop in 2008, Every Time You Go Somewhere in 2010, and their latest Tempest in a Teacup in May of 2013.  It’s no surprise to learn that Blum has just signed with Don Giovanni Records, given the quality of their […]

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