Copeland created music that was, for lack of a better term, life-affirming. It’s the kind of music that invites you to listen – alone in your room, driving down the road, somewhere focus is possible – carrying none of the flashy affectation that has become the hallmark of so much music today.

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Rad stuff is happening at TRR and I want to tell you about it.

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Not only were we fortunate enough to be able to interview Evan (Into It. Over It.), but we also caught his set last week at Mad Hatter in Covington, KY and caught some of it on video to share.

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We’ve got 20 tracks from the artists we’ve talked about since last time – from hip hop to metalcore to acoustic indie pop. No matter your tastes, we think you’ll discover a new artist to love. Check it!

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Detroit’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. stopped by Covington, KY last Saturday and blew me away. Let me tell you why.

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Over the last few years, J Roddy Walston and The Business have hit the road hard, putting over 250,000 miles on their tour van and sleeping on floors every night. We caught up with them to chat about the things they’ve seen on the road, the state of the rock scene in the US, and more.

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If there’s one thing that gets me stoked on life it’s discovering a new band that has the “it” factor. Recently, I came across folk-rockers Belle Histoire. Let me tell you, they are it.

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This month’s MotM is a 26-track musical recap of everything we’ve been up to at The Record Rebellion over the last month.

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If you live outside the Midwestern US, you may not have heard of Indianapolis indie rock band The Kemps…yet, that is.

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When I’m asked about bands I really respect, Eastern Conference Champions always comes to mind. We met up with them last week during their tour supporting Neon Trees to talk about their many accomplishments, being an unsigned band, Twitter, Twilight, and more.

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A new month means new deals at my personal favorite digital music purveyor, Amazon MP3. In case you weren’t aware, every month the retailer selects 100 or more albums as $5 deals and has over 1000 tracks and albums for free. It’s a lot to sort through, so let us help you out and list up the best of them.

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The Orphan, The Poet is a rock band on the rise. We recently hung out with them to talk about their upcoming EP – Translating (out May 31), recording, musical influences, Canadian vs. American border patrol, and more.

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