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  • Metrogum’s End Of Summer Episode

    Metrogum’s End Of Summer Episode

    Welcome to the end of summer episode of Metrogum.com. Where the world of Indie Music and web culture collide. In this Episode we’re hitching a ride with your favorite indie artists to see how they survive those summer road tours in style. Then to England where abandoned bandstands are giving street musicians a fresh space for impromptu performances. Plus fan footage from this summers music concerts and last but not least we hit up Surf City in Huntington Beach California, […]

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  • Metrogum Episode – Dreamwave Crashes Into Los Angeles

    Metrogum Episode – Dreamwave Crashes Into Los Angeles

    In This Episode: The Band “Editors” hack google maps! An out of this world music instrument shows off it’s Sci-fi sound and we go a bit 80’s with an exclusive interview with Josh and Kyle of Binary Entertainment, leaders in the retro futuristic Dreamwave music scene! It’s the music show you have been looking for.

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  • Avi Buffalo –  What’s It In For

    Avi Buffalo – What’s It In For

    Avi Buffalo was once just the kid named Avi (short for Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg). He’s now part of the new kids on the Sub Pop block, Avi Buffalo have some big shoes to fill. Since its founding in 1986, the Seattle-based record label has been home to rock legends (Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr.) and indie-crossover giants (The Shins, Death Cab for Cutie), not to mention some the best and brightest bands in the biz currently (Fleet Foxes, Iron and Wine, Bright Eyes). […]

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  • Hindu Pirates – Choo Choo

    Hindu Pirates – Choo Choo

    Do you like summertime?  The beach? Waves?  or lo-fi guitar licks?  Then you’ll love the newest sound in Surf Rock the Hindu Pirates!  The Hindu Pirates consist of Austin Ferreira, Ben Tinsley, Casey Snyder, Derek Bostelman, and Joey LoBasso. They may be young but they are redefining the genre of surf rock with lots of garage rock and punk influences. Along with gigging all over Orange County, or more known as  “The O.C”  these guys have been featured in OC Weekly’s […]

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