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With a name inspired by Cormac McCarthy, The Orchard Keepers are an Indianapolis three-piece specializing in darkly tinged rock 'n' roll. 

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While there are many show announcements yet to come, here’s an initial preview of 30 big shows to look out for in 2019 featuring impressive legends and relative newcomers.

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Whether you're a fan of big touring acts or looking to support the local Indy music scene, we've got a list of the people and places you should pay attention to in 2019.

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Gwar has always been an eye-popping band by nature. Now that they exist in an eye-popping world, however, things are a little weird. We talk with lead vocalist Blothar ahead of the band's show at the Vogue on Thursday, Dec. 27.

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Indy native, Parris LaDame has found national success with her song "Hang Up." On Friday, Dec. 14, she headlines a Chreece showcase at the Vogue with several other notable Indy emcees.

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Ahead of The Hip Hop Nutcracker’s stop in Indianapolis, Seth Johnson chats with Blow about Drake, Rum-DMC, and the divisive times we currently live in.

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Before their set at Alt 103's Xmas show, the Scottish synth-pop band sat down with NUVO music editor Seth Johnson to discuss a myriad of topics.

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An impressive debut effort, V.O. proves that Oladipo is more than your average “basketball player making music.”

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Having already gained committed followings in both Bloomington and Indianapolis, the alternative-pop group will embark on a stretch of Midwestern tour dates to close out the year.

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Pusha T and company came to the Vogue this week. The Sunday night show lived up to all expectations, ranking high on Seth's list of best concerts of 2018.

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Talking with Diet Cig's Alex Luciano and Noah Bowman ahead of their upcoming show at Hoosier Dome on the last leg of a tour supporting 2017's Swear I’m Good At This.

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Another successful Tonic Ball benefitting Second Helpings is in the books. Stacy Kagiwada shares great photos from Friday night's Abba, Beyonce, Pearl Jam, Elton John and Johnny Cash stages in Fountain Square.

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You may have noticed that our print publication recently went bi-weekly. Did you know bi-weekly means both occurring twice a week and occurring every other week? For real, look it up. We mean the latter. Anyway, fear not, we'll still be posting Soundcheck online every week, same as before.

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On the road in support of their new album, Rozwell Kid visits Indy’s Hoosier Dome this week. Beforehand, we chatted with frontman Jordan Hudkins about his West Virginia roots and much more.

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Originally founded by Karl Hofstetter in 2003 as a means of legitimizing the music of his own band, Joyful Noise has blossomed into a globally respected label over the past 15 years while maintaining its humble Indianapolis roots.

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Located at the corner of Bethel and Raymond, Healer is equal parts arcade, bar, music venue, and art space.

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Violinist Gaelynn Lea regularly captivates rooms with her beautiful folk tunes, but the Duluth, Minn. musician hopes to have an even greater impact on audiences when she performs.