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Indie Band The Gallery Releasing New Album February 22

Massachusetts indie-folk rock band, The Gallery, will be releasing their new EP, Come Alive, on February 22 produced by Warren Huart (The Fray, Augustana, Hot Hot Heat) at Hollywood’s Swing House Studios.

The independent band’s hook-laden rock songs combine a mix of mainstream appeal and professionalism with indie credibility and likeability. Their brand of guitar-driven, southern-infused pop rock blurs the lines between authenticity and commerciality, producing songs that are refined and disarmingly catchy.

The foursome, Brendan Cooney (lead vocals/guitar), Ryan Cooney (drums), Dave Mozdzanowski (bass/bg vocals) and Shea Brennan (lead guitar) have maintained their hometown fan base in New England, while building a similar following in Southern Florida, where they resided for three years.

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The Secret Handshake Announces New Album Release Called “Night & Day”, Free Mp3 Download

Secret HandshakeThe Secret Handshake (Luis Dubuc) is gearing up to release his sixth studio album, Night & Day August 17th, 2010 on Triple Crown Records and is currently on tour playing new songs from the upcoming release.  The first single “Domino” is available today for free download via Facebook here:

It is an album title that truly signposts a major sea change. Night & Day holds fast to its title’s pronouncement of seemingly polar opposites. The gripping melodies are still firmly in place, but that’s where the similarities between Dubuc’s back catalog and his latest creation end.

For the past several years, Dubuc and his fusion of sugary pop hooks, laid atop a host of samples and caked with computer-enhanced effects, created the signature electronic-pop sound that landed him the sort of success that many artists in indie circuits could only wish for.

Indie Band Washington Square Park Announce “NJ Pop Punk Revival” Tour Dates

WashingtonSquarePark2Washington Square Park have announced they will be heading out on the NJ Pop Punk Revival Tour with Bright and Early and I Call Fives.

In celebration of the tour, WSP has released a FREE download track of Believing” off their upcoming album out June 22nd. Click here to download the free song.

WSP is a punk rock band hailing from Northern New Jersey that is already stirring up noise all up and down the East Coast. WSP is currently touring and will be releasing their self-titled debut album on June 22nd. For fans of The Movielife and Jimmy Eat World, Washington Square Park has the goods to be the breakout band of the summer.

Cute Is What We Aim For Holds Merchandise Contest, Tour Dates

CuteIsWhatWeAimFor2Cute Is What We Aim For is holding a contest where you, the fans, can pick the new merch for their upcoming tour! Fans can vote for their top 3 favorite shirts and the 6 shirts with the most votes will be printed and sold on CIWWAF’s spring tour (kicking off May 11th). Voting ends May 1st, so click here to vote!

But that’s not all! When fans vote, they will be entered into a contest to win a ton of free stuff! Ten winners will be chosen at random to receive 3 t-shirts, 1 tote bag, the new CIWWAF album, and a pass to a sound check and meet and greet to the tour date of their choice!

The Bigger Lights Announce Tour Dates, Support Cute Is What We Aim For

ThebiggertourThe Bigger Lights will be supporting Cute Is What We Aim For on tour kicking off on May 11th in Cambridge, MA. The tour will also include The Friday Night Boys and Down With Webster. TBL just released their new single “Jessie” on iTunes and will be releasing their debut self-titled album on March 30th via Doghouse Records.

The Bigger Lights, consisting of vocalist Topher Talley, guitarists John Kendall Royston and Chris McPeters, bassist Dan Mineart, and drummer Ryan Seaman have written and captured a memorable collection of radio- ready pop/rock anthems, each with distinguishably diverse influences filling its own unique place on their new album. Their new single, “Jessie” is incredibly infectious with a chorus guaranteed to be stuck in your head for days on end!

Alternative Press Magazine stated, “TBL’s infectious energy is rivaled only by its songwriting ability”.

Indie Band Bear Ceuse Setup Tour Dates, Radio Show

BearCeuseGet ready Chicago, Bear Ceuse is hitting the road and playing at Reggie’s Music Joint on Saturday, February 27, 2010. The indie band will also make an appearance on Fearless Radio on Saturday.

After playing a packed show at Arlene’s Grocery in New York, Bear Ceuse is continuing its tour through the states to spread the gospel. Check out their latest song “Zombies,” available for download here, Or if you want to download the whole EP for free, just leave your email address, and listen risk-free,

Indie Band Cloud Cult Announce Tour Dates, Working on New Album

CloudCultCloud Cult is thrilled to announce some US tour dates this February, March and April – their first in nearly six months. The handful of 2010 US dates include a benefit show on February 26th at First Avenue in Minneapolis where all proceeds will go to saving The Electric Fetus Record Store outside of $1 from each ticket that will be set aside for the American Red Cross’ Haiti Relief Fund.

In addition, this past fall Craig and Connie Minowa moved to a new home just West of Madison, WI where Craig has been writing and recording a new album set for release later this year. The record will be the band’s first studio album in more than two years and is the follow up to the critically acclaimed Feel Good Ghosts (Tea Partying Through Tornados) (Earthology – April 2008).