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The application window for the first of three grant rounds offered by Sacramento Film + Media is now closed, but the second is now open from Dec. 1, 2021 through Feb. 15, 2022. The program offers four $5,000 grants, with two grants awarded to applicants with budgets over $100,000, and two awarded to applicants with budgets $100,000 or below. Additional funds will be awarded for 75% of post-production done locally within the city. Eligible productions include music videos, feature films, shorts, television series, documentaries and commercials. For a complete list of rules and eligibility requirements, visit filmsac.com/grants.

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  Today marks the release of ELECTRIC GUITARS fourth studio album, “Freewheeler”. The band, who have a cult following in Denmark for their lively guitar riff-centric rock and energy-filled live shows will soon be on the […]

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The Canadian rapper has followed the Polaris Music Prize-winning 13th Floor with a new mixtape and a run of Canadian tour dates.
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If you’ve ever listened to Sonic Youth, Pixies, or Arctic Monkeys, you’ve listened to indie rock. The “indie” in indie rock comes from the word independent, which refers to the genre’s independence from commercial pop music. Garage bands and lo-fi music often come to mind when we think of indie rock, which falls under the […]

  From Nothing But The Truth. The Band’s Stunning Live Performance Film, Recorded in Dolby Atmos – To Be Released On Oct 22 via Kscope. With next Friday October 22 release of Nothing But The Truth on Kscope, The Pineapple […]

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Aftershock Festival Remains The West Coast’s Biggest Rock Festival Held October 7-10 At Discovery Park In Sacramento, California, The Largest Event In The Region In Two Years Brings In $30 Million To Local Economy Performances […]

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Always finding a positive in a situation and now caught in Australia’s lockdown whilst on his 2020 tour down under, former ‘Band Of Friends’ (Rory Gallagher band members), Stevie Wright (Easybeats) and Jim Keays (Master’s […]

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Orly Raquel – “Chaos and Bones” Orly Raquel is one of our favorite artists currently. Her ability to compel listeners into her own expertly crafted sonic space, is rare. The enigmatic songstress shows a slow burning seduction on “Chaos and Bones”. The track is minimal, proving the adage “less is more”. She is currently prepping […]

  Los Angeles, California – Recently, hitting over 100K monthly listeners on Spotify and garnering plenty of editorial support, rising genre defiant rockers Young Medicine take a dip into metalcore with an ‘80s spin. Contrasting bouncy […]

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For their third release, Mouth Painter mold their high-lonesome exotica into a different kind Americana altogether, something more Kosimiche than cosmic. It’s the kind of music that might be playing on the jukebox in some Venusian honky-tonk. While the languid haze of Barry Walker’s pedal steel is certainly a touchstone of Mouth Painer’s sound, it’s complemented perfectly by Jason Willmon’s rhythmic drive, and the warm, proggy breeze of Valerie Osterberg’s flute.

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