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RockPile: Vexes, Jay Katana and Perfect Defect
Here's Kevin Wierzbicki quick look at some great recent rock releases including Vexes' Ancient Geometry, Jay Katana's Brighter Than Your Future and Perfect Defect's self-titled.

Singled Out: Jay Katana's When She Dies
Jay Katana (Pool Of Thorns and Bleeding Boyfriend) recently released his debut solo album 'Brighter Than Your Future' and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the song 'When She Dies'.

Billion Dollar Babies - First Ever Live Show - Flint 1977
When the Alice Cooper band broke up in the mid-1970's, band members Michael Bruce, Neal Smith and Dennis Dunaway formed Billion Dollar Babies and managed to put out one album called Battle Axe before the project fizzled.

Singled Out: Small Town Titans' Dragonfly
Small Town Titans' Phil Freeman shares the deeply personal and moving story behind their latest single 'Dragonfly' which was released last month.

TBT: Phil Vassar The New Piano Man
Today we venture back to 2001 for a look at Linda Spielman's feature on then up and coming country music star Phil Vassar's performance at the Dollar Bank Jamboree in Pittsburgh.

Singled Out: Valhalla Lights' Hammer The Witch
Valhalla Lights are gearing up to release their new album in April but are giving fans an early taste with the single 'Hammer The Witch'. To celebrate we asked vocalist Ange Saul to tell us about the song.

Singled Out: Spider Rockets' Rip Your Heart Out
Spider Rockets recently released their new album '' and to celebrate we asked Helena Cos to tell us the story behind the song 'Rip Your Heart Out'.

Dolly Spartans - Time Sides With No One
There are moments - good moments - during Dolly Spartans' Time Sides With No One where this self-described Brooklyn band sounds like one fine power-pop outfit out of the eighties

Singled Out: Sleepwar's Thousand Different Faces
Phoenix indie rockers Sleepwar just released their debut EP 'When We Were' and to celebrate we have asked Tim and James to tell us about the single 'Thousand Different Faces.'

Saxon - Thunderbolt
Saxon celebrated their 40th anniversary last year and fans have long taken it for granted that the band produces fun and quality music every time out, and Thunderbolt is no exception.


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Singled Out: State of Illusion's Blind
State of Illusion recently released a music video for their latest single 'Blind,' which comes from their 'Aphelion' album. To celebrate we asked Jacob Porter (Vocals/Guitar) to tell us about the track.

Singled Out: Storytown's I Am More Than This
Storytown are gearing up to release their new album 'Welcome to Storytown' and to celebrate we asked frontman Guy Story to tell us about the song 'I Am More Than This'.

Channel Dark - El Wire Pacifier
Channel Dark's Jonathan Maxwell is said to have developed an interest in electronic music while battling insomnia. But what may have kept Maxwell up at night, is conversely a blessing to music listeners

Joe Perry - Sweetzerland Manifesto
While he can sing, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is not known for his vocal abilities, and here he has picked the perfect singers to help him out on this set of mostly self-penned and co-written tunes

Singled Out: Felix and the Future's Karen
Felix and the Future just released his new album 'Holy Hand Vol. 2' and to celebrate we asked Felix to tell us about the effort's lead single 'Karen'.

Junkyardfieldtrip - Self-titled
Listening to the lovely acoustic elements supporting "Lucky One," off Junkyardfieldtrip's self-titled release, it's a little difficult to believe it's coming from a band out of Rochester, New York.

Singled Out: Aesthetic Perfection's Ebb And Flow
Aesthetic Perfection's new EP 'Ebb and Flow' was released last Friday and to celebrate we asked the act's mastermind Daniel Graves to tell us about the inspiration behind the title track.

Straw Family - Family Matters
Consisting of parents Carsten and Henriette Fabricius and daughters Denise and Sally Fabricius, Straw Family is a Danish band that plays a refreshing blend of rock, pop and country.

Singled Out: Jeremy Parsons' Burn This House Down
Jeremy Parsons recently released his sophomore album 'Things I Need To Say' and to celebrate we asked him to tell us the story behind the song 'Burn This House Down'.

Singled Out: Surrender Hill's Tore Down Fences
Country rockers Surrender Hill just released their brand new album 'Tore Down Fences' and to celebrate we asked Robin Dean Salmon to tell us the about the title song.

Ten Ton Man - Dangerous Women & A Desperate Man
These are the songs of an honest man, rather than somebody attempting to follow the pop music sweetness and light stereotype. The EP may not always come off pretty, but it always rings true.

Singled Out: Loyals' Hold On
Loyals released their self-titled debut album today (February 2nd) via Tooth & Nail Records and to celebrate we asked frontman to tell us the story behind the song 'Hold On'.

Singled Out: The Racer's Isolation
The Racer are changing direction and releasing new singles one at a time instead of following traditional album path. We asked frontman Pete Marotta to tell us about the recent track 'Isolation'.

Cindy Wilson - Change
Wilson is a member of the long-running and still active quirky Athens, Georgia band the B-52's, but fans should not expect a B-52's-ish album here. Wilson is in a much more relaxed mood here on her first solo album.

Singled Out: 19th Moon' Don't Wait
19th Moon just released a brand new singled called 'Don't Wait' and to celebrate we asked her to share the story and inspiration behind the track.

Singled Out: Rahn Anthoni's Highway
Award-winning Christian artist Rahn Anthoni recently released his brand new 'country soul' track 'Highway' and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the song.

Terror Universal - Make Them Bleed
The ghoulish masks worn by members of Terror Universal add to the darkness found in their music but it's relatively common knowledge they are indeed former members of Soulfly, Ill Nino, Machine Head and Upon a Burning Body.

Singled Out: Rausch's Greener Grass
Rausch are gearing up to release their sophomore album 'Book II' on February 2nd and we asked guitarist Doug Rausch to tell us about the lead single 'Greener Grass'.

Singled Out: Mike Lepond's Hordes of Fire
Mike Lepond's Silent Assassins release their self-titled album today (January 26th) and to celebrate we asked Mike to tell us the story behind the track 'Hordes Of Fire'.

Singled Out: Rivals' Moonlit
Los Angeles dark-pop band Rivals are gearing up to release their debut album 'Damned Soul' on February 2nd. To celebrate we asked singer Kalie Wolfe to tell us about the track 'Moonlit'.

Road Trip: Springfield, MO's Route 66 Car Museum
If you happen to be on the street in Springfield, Missouri and the Batmobile drives by, you're not seeing things. It won't be Batman behind the wheel though, and the car won't be headed to the Batcave.

Singled Out: Ed Roman's Red Omen
We have a special Singled Out today with genre bending multi-instrumentalist Ed Roman sharing the story behind the title track to his 'Red Omen' album.

Singled Out: Legend of The Seagullmen (Tool and Mastodon)
Legend of The Seagullmen (features members of Tool and Mastodon) are releasing their debut album on February 9th and to celebrate we asked Jimmy Hayward to tell us about the single 'The Fogger'.


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