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The Revue’s 2015 Holiday Playlist

The Revue’s 2015 Holiday Playlist

Since the holidays are in full swing, we’re happy to help you with a festive soundtrack – our 2015 Holiday Playlist. We realize that at this time of year you cannot always count on your friends and family to have a diverse seasonal music collection. (Grandparents, for example, prefer the timeless classics from Bing Crosby while you’d rather rock out to […]

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Pesky – “Smells Like Tween Spirit”

Pesky – “Smells Like Tween Spirit”

Do you remember what you were doing during your pre-adolescent years? If you were playing music, you were probably in the school band, daydreaming one day of playing for an orchestra or forming your own band with friends one day. You probably didn’t envision releasing an EP let alone a single at that age. For the members of Pesky, all […]

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Weekend Showcase – July 3rd Edition

Weekend Showcase – July 3rd Edition

It’s Fourth of July weekend, and every gathering, barbecue, or picnic requires music. Lucky for you, we have your soundtrack for the long weekend. There are plenty of American artists plus some from Canada, Australia, and Europe on this week’s Weekend Showcase. So grill some meat and vegetables, open some beverages, share stories with friends and families, and spin the […]

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Pesky – “Keep Me”

Pesky – “Keep Me”

Location: Ulverton, United Kingdom Members: Pesky are seven young kids who are between 10 and 12. For those who like: The Go! Team, The Polyphonic Spree Our take: It’s hard to believe Pesky are pre-teens yet they sound like a group who have been playing throughout college. Their shoegaze-y, garage-pop is infectious, highlighted by the shimmering guitars and the youthful […]

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