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Gorilla Versus Bear

http://www.gorillavsbear.net/

There's actually very little we can do to sustain the already amazing reputation held by GVB. Rolling Stone and Newsweek have already heralded it, and the blog enjoys its status as the frontrunner of music blogs. So why choose to highlight it here? Simply because we're all about giving credit where it's due, and GVB demands devoted, regular visitations to the site. The coverage of the "hipster" music scene is immaculate, though no real genre bias exists. L

George Clanton's 100% Electronica getting cassette release; hear unreleased track "Make You Cry"
by Chris about 18 hours ago
hear 5 unreleased tracks from Leon Bridges' Coming Home sessions
by Chris 1 day ago

Obscure Sound

http://obscuresound.com/

This blog is loaded with mp3s. They have so much love for their music and reviews, you'll get excited. You won't be able to help yourself.

Pin Tweaks – “Girl on the Wire”
by Mike Mineo over 1 year ago
The Healing – “Childhood Home”
by Mike Mineo over 1 year ago

Music By Day

http://www.musicbyday.com/

MBD is a well-written and frequently updated music blog that's good for people with an eclectic interest.




Brooklyn Vegan

http://www.brooklynvegan.com/

New York City is never short on music blogs, of varying quality and focus. We've chosen to spotlight the Brooklyn Vegan's page for its authentic and tenacious dedication to the actual, local Gotham music scene. There is a titular and palpable bent in the coverage toward the Brooklyn borough, but that's for good reason -- Manhattan's abdicated the throne to supreme music locale, and is succeeded by Bklyn. Don't believe us? Let this site's expert posts and concentration convince you.

What's going on Tuesday? (Muscle and Bone, Sleigh Bells, Haim, Bob Log III, Caged Animals, Boyd Shropshire & more)
by brooklynvegan over 1 year ago
United Nations and Frameworks played Saint Vitus with Primitive Weapons, and Descender (pics, setlists)
by brooklynvegan over 1 year ago

The Afropop Blog

http://blog.afropop.org/

As the self-proclaimed "official music blog of Afropop worldwide," you're basically guaranteed to find the best news about the genre here.



The Walrus

http://walrusmusicblog.com/

A Philadelphia-based music blog written that focuses on all music, new and old, with an indie flair.


The Current Music Blog

http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/columns/music_blog/

This blog is sponsored by Minnesota Public Radio, but its features and articles should be read nationwide.


HearYa -- Indie Music Blog

http://www.hearya.com/

If you're getting tired of looking for new music but hate cutting through all the crap, then visit this blog; they Hear Ya. You'll get a little bit of everything here from daily downloads to live recordings.

The Moondoggies – Stop Signs [music video]
by oz@hearya.com over 1 year ago
Christopher Denny – If The Roses Don’t Kill Us [album review]
by oz@hearya.com over 1 year ago

Music Vixen

http://blog.ez-tracks.com/

This blog focuses on providing a mix of music gossip, news, concerts reviews and notices.


Sound on the Sound

http://www.soundonthesound.com/

First, the grunge music movement brought the Northwestern city a ton of attention. Then Starbucks turned into a caffeinated star with plenty of foam for the masses. Now Seattle once again launches a healthy bout for American musical supremacy, and Sound on the Sound is there to capture every punch and jab. Get the first word anywhere on the newest and freshest talent coming from Seattle and the other terrific Northwest states here.

Timber! 2014
by Josh Lovseth almost 2 years ago
“We Got the Team” – The Seattle Football Team Song
by Josh Lovseth almost 2 years ago


Bass Music Blog

http://bassmusicblog.com/

"Everything crispy" in music -- short of the theme for Kentucky Fried Chicken -- is evaluated and praised here.


Rollo & Grady

http://www.rollogrady.com/

One of Los Angeles' most esteemed blogs covers the music scene of the City of Angels with cool. Interviews with fresh artists are regular fodder.

Tuff Love :: Sweet Discontent (Video)
by rollogrady almost 2 years ago
BURGERAMA III :: SUNDAY, MARCH 23 (PHOTOS)
by rollogrady almost 2 years ago


Bradley's Almanac

http://www.bradleysalmanac.com/

This "Boston-based music blog" distinguishes itself with a focus on the best local live shows.


Nialler9 Music Blog

http://www.nialler9.com/

This blog's excellent helmsman "has been enthusing about the music he loves whether it be indie, electronica, hip-hop, folk, dubstep. Whatever – as long as it’s good."

Download Jeremih’s smooth N.O.M.A. mixtape
by Nialler9 over 1 year ago
Listen to Adebisi Shank’s whizz-bang third album
by Nialler9 over 1 year ago

The 9513 Country Music Blog

http://www.the9513.com/

When it comes to the music that rocks America's heartland, one can't find a better genre blog.


Pitchfork

http://pitchfork.com/

Arguably the web's finest and best-known music blog continues to this day to offer first-rate cover of the music scene both in America and internationally.


The Allmusic Blog

http://blog.allmusic.com/

Allmusic's blog is an excellent forum for its music writers par excellence to expand on their thoughts and ramblings.


The French Music Blog

http://www.frenchmusicblog.com/

Jamming to tunes sung in French can seriously speed up your grasp of the tongue. Find the latest popular hits and video clips to download and lip-sync to here.

Archimede Makes Pop Rock Franglo-Saxon Style
by Celeste over 1 year ago
Practice Page for New Release Slider
by Celeste over 1 year ago

Left as Rain

http://www.leftasrain.com/

This is one of the more modern-feeling music blogs that opens with a new song of the moment that's worth your listening.


Kim's Folk Music Blog

http://folkmusic.about.com/b/

When you're in the mood for some straight-up American folk music, this is the blog to beeline to.