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  • Best Apps for Cheaper Dining

    Dining out, while fun in the moment, can quickly eat away at your wallet. However, with apps such as Forks, Spotluck,...

    Jenna SalisburryFebruary 24, 2017
  • Eat More, Spend Less in NYC

    There’s no better way to start off your week than with some great deals on amazing food! New York gives you...

    Ariana KraftFebruary 20, 2017
  • SideChef: the GPS for Cooking

    Cooking is an essential skill we all have to learn at some point in our lives. There are a lot of...

    Catherine HorneFebruary 14, 2017
  • REMMI (Exclusive Video Release)

    From the depths of a rolling, full sonic landscape, REMMI’s voice doesn’t just sing – it also speaks. It’s a sort of...

    Jon KarrDecember 21, 2015
  • Matthew Szlachetka Goes Solo

    Matthew Szlachetka may already be known for his role in the highly successful Northstar Session, but, as one door must close...

    Jon KarrDecember 7, 2015
  • Songs of Mikaela Davis

    While the harp is an instrument often relegated to classical music, Mikaela Davis shows us that it should not be so...

    Jon KarrNovember 23, 2015
  • Artist: SVRCINA

    SVRCINA has a sound that has been years in the making. Cinematic, spirited, and bold, her music matches her personal large,...

    Jon KarrNovember 9, 2015
  • Artist: Dustin Ransom

    With a virtuosic ability that is comfortable in many different shoes, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Dustin Ransom has laid down his own...

    Jon KarrAugust 31, 2015
  • Artist: Midnight Mantics

    “Throwback” isn’t quite the right term for what Midnight Mantics is doing. They have hopped into the DeLorean and set the...

    Jon KarrAugust 3, 2015
  • Artist: Young Brother

    Young Brother sounds like that bootleg tape you made when your favorite song came on the radio and you managed to...

    Jon KarrJuly 20, 2015
  • Artist: Wave & Rome

    Sweeping and cinematic, the music of Wave & Rome​ has an almost visceral immediacy. A cross­breed of alternative, pop, and even orchestral...

    Jon KarrJuly 6, 2015
  • Artist: Hanna Rae

    Photos by Jon Karr / www.thatverynextthing.com Don’t let the sweetness of her voice fool you – Hanna Rae’s music hits hard....

    Jon KarrJune 8, 2015
  • Artist: Heather Bond

    With a captivating ring of truth and clarity, Heather Bond’s voice bears witness to the power of honest reflection. She coaxes...

    Pat TomlinsonMay 25, 2015
  • Artist: Will Dailey

    With the independent release of National Throat, Will Dailey has proven that he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty. Dailey’s...

    Jon KarrMay 11, 2015
  • Artist: Jeremy Enigk

    Far from hiding, Jeremy Enigk has been quietly busy. The new album that fans have been anxiously awaiting is now in...

    Jon KarrApril 27, 2015
  • Artist: Jesse Lafser

    When we last spoke with Jesse Lafser, she had just released Land in Sight, an incredible collection of songs that evoked...

    Jon KarrApril 13, 2015
  • Worst Songs of 2014

    The ’90s came back in 2014. While there was certainly some great music made before Friends went into syndication, it is...

    Jon KarrJanuary 5, 2015
  • Artist: Carbon Leaf

    Every now and then, a band strikes gold. That’s what happened with Carbon Leaf’s breakout album, Indian Summer. In the ten...

    Jon KarrNovember 10, 2014
  • The Contenders

    The Contenders are Jay Nash and Josh Day, two artists who have been at it long enough to know what they...

    Jon KarrOctober 28, 2014
  • Artist: Judah & the Lion

    If youth is wasted on the young, no one told Judah & the Lion. They unapologetically celebrate what it means to...

    Jon KarrOctober 13, 2014
  • Producer Adam Bokesch

    The simplicity is an illusion. What makes the work of film composer / producer Adam Bokesch so compelling is his ability...

    Jon KarrAugust 18, 2014
  • Aaron Krause

    Sometimes, you have to step out of the everydayness of your life in order to make sense of it. This is...

    Jon KarrAugust 4, 2014
  • Phantogram

    There is a sense of mystery that surrounds everything Phantogram does. It isn’t mystery for mystery’s sake; rather, it is an...

    Jon KarrJuly 14, 2014
  • Kelsey Waldon

    Kelsey Waldon’s The Goldmine is just that – a goldmine. Hers is unashamedly country music, without all the pop-glitter insincerity that...

    Jon KarrJune 30, 2014