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Features, Tunesday, Uncategorized

RPM Presents: Tunesday 11/5/19

  This week’s Tunesday takes you for a trek around the globe. Get your ears around what RPM’s staff hav...

By RPM | November 04, 2019
Live Sessions, Uncategorized, Videos

RPM Live Session: Houston, “It Doesn’t Kill You”

  RPM invited Ian Prince and bandmates, Jeff Halland and Lane Soderberg to the studio for a reunion recording sessi...

By RPM | October 28, 2019
Live Sessions, Uncategorized, Videos

RPM Live Session: Houston, “Man O’ Warrant”

  For this week’s Live Session, RPM invited Ian Prince and bandmates, Jeff Halland and Lane Soderberg to the ...

By RPM | October 26, 2019
Live Sessions, Uncategorized, Videos

RPM Live Session: Jessica Vines, “Just Wait”

  North Dakota native Jessica Vines and band joined us in the studio for the first ever “RPM Live Session.&rd...

By RPM | October 20, 2019
Features, Tunesday, Uncategorized

RPM Presents: Tunesday 10/8/19

This week’s Tunesday playlist tastes of a distinctly indie flavor, as we have a real great mix of both up and comi...

By RPM | October 08, 2019
Features, Tunesday, Uncategorized

RPM Presents: Tunesday 10/1/19

  Get your electronic juices pumping for this weeks installment of Tunesday. Our team here at RPM was feeling might...

By RPM | October 01, 2019
Album Reviews, Reviews, Uncategorized

Colleen Reviews Sampa the Great’s “The Return”

Sampa the Great’s latest album, The Return, is an impressive feat. After years of crossing the globe, writing musi...

By Colleen Cowie | September 30, 2019
Features, Tunesday, Uncategorized

RPM Presents: Tunesday 9/24/19

  The changing colors and climate of Fall settling in fosters a perfect environment for all those music enthusiasts...

By RPM | September 24, 2019
Uncategorized

Colleen Reviews Banks’s “III”

After three years, Banks is back with a new album. While her sound has always been defined by its brooding quality, III ...

By Colleen Cowie | July 20, 2019
Album Reviews, Reviews, Uncategorized

Al Pash Reviews Cage the Elephant’s “Social Cues”

  Al Pash slips on her vans, tilts back her recliner, and cranks the speaker up to 10, as she tackles Cage the Elep...

By Allie Pasiuk | April 22, 2019
Album Reviews, Reviews, Uncategorized

Larissa Reviews The Proper Ornaments’ “Six Lenins”

  London’s The Proper Ornaments have been underrated all-stars of the city’s indie scene for the better...

By Larissa Pullen | April 16, 2019