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The Fest 11 – Featured Band

 

Label owner Matt Medina says, “Last year I went to The Fest for the first time after missing it for too many years. I am excited to return to Gainesville again this year joining 10 bands I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the years. To both celebrate the

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The Groundbreaking Ceremony – Featured Band

 
Front man Jonnie Baker says, “We had originally planned on releasing a “making of…” video a month or so back, but our focus shifted towards the music video itself, in the end. We shot for over 12 hours a day for three days straight right before we left for

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The Burning of Rome – Featured Band

 
The Burning of Rome began as a creative outlet for mastermind and front man, Traub.  The small studio project quickly outgrew the four-track tape recorder on which it was born and Traub began collaborating with local musicians who were eager to help bring his vision to life.  After several rotating

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Antidote – Featured Band

Antidote formed in the depths of New York City in the early 1980’s when guitarist Robb Nunzio decided to start a band. Nunzio reflected, “One day I heard Black Flag and things just changed for me. I started Antidote with my buddy

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Slingshot Dakota – Featured Band

Carly Comando and Tom Patterson are two people who carry the weight of an entire band. Their set-up is simple: Carly is on keys and Tom plays drums. They do things with these instruments that most bands can’t do with a standard set up: they cram the sonic space they

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Indian Handcrafts

 
Everything about Canadian power-duo Indian Handcrafts seems to defy possibilities: a two piece that’s louder than a hundred bands, kicking out one of the year’s most riff-rollicking albums that was recorded while the guitarist had a broken hand! They’re two friendly, soft-spoken Canadian guys sounding like the Funkadelic Mothership crash landing

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H2O – Featured band

 
Since their formation in 1995, H2O has released five full-length albums (and one tribute album) and toured every nook and cranny on planet Earth.  Their  second album, Thicker Than Water, was originally released in 1997 on Epitaph Records and was highly acclaimed; resonating with classic elements of East Coast

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Sleep Maps – Featured

 
New York City heavy-psych band Sleep Maps announce their return this fall with a teaser video premiere courtesy of Consequence of Sound. The band’s new long-form EP (4 songs spanning 28 minutes), Medals quickly follows their recent debut full length in May 2012.
The latest from mastermind multi-instrumentalist Ben Kaplan is a deeply

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Goodtime Boys – Featured Band

 
As the most recent addition to the Bridge Nine roster, the UK’s Goodtime Boys are gearing up to release their double-EP effort for the label, titled What’s Left To Let Go.  This 10-track album features five tracks from Goodtime Boys’ previously released EP Are We Now or Have We Ever

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Indian School – Featured Band

 
From 2000 – 2005, Arturo Barrios, Justo Gonzalez and Gabriel Camacho where all part of AUDIO KARATE (Kung Fu Records), a great indie pop punk band that turned in two completely different albums, 2002’s Space Camp and 2004’s much darker Lady Melody. They hadn’t reached GREEN DAY levels of popularity, but could write

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