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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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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.

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Broemel returns to Indianapolis this week touring in support of his new album Wished Out. Beforehand, we chatted about his Indiana music roots and how that led to the ByBye collaboration.

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Whitey Morgan visits the Vogue Thursday, Nov. 8, fresh off the release of his new album Hard Times and White Lines. Beforehand, we talked with Morgan about his early influences, the new record, and his impressions of Indy.

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It's been 10 years since Why? first released Alopecia. This summer, Joyful Noise Recordings released a deluxe reissue of the record, and this week the band is kicking off a U.S. tour in Indy - playing the album in its entirety. Seth talks with Yoni Wolf ahead of the show.

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Out on tour in support of the 2018 release, 'The Pact,' Slothrust makes their way to HI-FI on Oct. 31. We chatted with bassist Kyle Bann about Britney Spears, Halloween, and more ahead of the show.

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Indianapolis rapper drops latest album, Inferno, on Halloween. The darkly tinged full-length features 13 scintillating songs marked by Kkhan’s relentless approach to rapping.

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Atmosphere returns to Indianapolis for a headlining show at the Vogue this week. Beforehand, we chatted with Slug about starting his own hip-hop festival and what tips he has for Indy’s Chreece.

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Photos during October from NUVO contributing photographers. The photo galleries feature concerts by Fall Out Boy, Chris Stapleton, and Snow Patrol.

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We've got the full line-up of the 60+ local artists performing at Tonic Ball this year covering ABBA, Beyoncé, Elton John, Johnny Cash, and Pearl Jam at the annual benefit for Second Helpings.

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On Thursday, Oct. 25, Bejar will visit HI-FI in Indianapolis for a solo Destroyer set, receiving opening support from Adam Gross of Indianapolis band S.M. Wolf. Before the show, we caught up with him for a phone interview.

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Slated for Oct. 19-20 at Indiana City Brewing, Post Festival will feature bands of the post-rock, post-metal, post-hardcore, and post-emo varieties, drawing fans of the music to Indy for the only showcase of its kind in America.

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Fleetwood Mac stopped by Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the seventh show of their current Buckingham-less tour on Tuesday, Oct. 16.

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On Thursday, Oct. 18, Titus Andronicus will visit The Bishop in Bloomington with opening support from Portland, Oregon band Summer Cannibals. This fall tour marks the Brooklyn group’s first full-band tour in two years.

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Having teamed up with everyone from Buddy Guy to Johnny Winter over the years, the Grammy-winning guitarist  is on tour supporting his latest solo project. On Thursday, Oct. 11, Nelson and his band play Indy’s historic Slippery Noodle Inn.

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After dropping his Flow Flexin’ project in 2017, Diop returns this October with his most all-encompassing effort to date. With guest appearances from Allison Victoria, Baby Ebony, Kid, and Willis, Still Shinin’ is an album rooted in the rapper's commitment to his community.

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Although its official release date isn't until Oct. 31, Naptown fans can grab his newest record early when Blvck returns for an album release show at HI-FI on Saturday, Oct. 13. 

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From K Records to Beat Happening, Calvin Johnson has solidified himself as an underground music legend. Johnson visits the Tube Factory in support of his new album A Beautiful World this Sunday. 

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Pete Wentz has fond memories of Indianapolis. In fact, the Fall Out Boy bassist used to visit the city regularly in the ‘90s while playing in the long-defunct Indy hardcore band Birthright.

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In recent years, New York City’s Quay Dash has proven she’s a force to be reckoned with on all sides of the globe. Saturday, Oct. 6, the transgender rap icon will make her way to Indianapolis gracing the Pioneer stage as part of the monthly Low Pone queer dance party.

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40 Years of touring brought Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers to Indianapolis nearly 20 times and earned him a legion of Hoosier fans that spans generations.

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You know the classics, now here's the best Tom Petty songs you won't find on any “Greatest Hits” album.

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The country legend comes to Ruoff Music Center with Chris Stapleton this week in support of his new album, Way Out West, produced by Heartbreaker Mike Campbell. 

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Legend has it that once a week the best live music picks in Indy are summoned to congregate in this spot, here, for all of eternal forever. They say the word for this phenomenon is an ancient one, spoken only by those who want the truth: Soundcheck.

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Ohmme visits State Street Pub as part of the duo’s North American tour. Prior to the show, we caught up with Macie Stewart for an interview, looking deeper into her Chicago music ties.

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The virtuosic indie-rock violinist plays his songs with an orchestra for the first time on Wednesday, Sept. 26 when he visits the Hilbert Circle Theatre for a rare performance with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

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The 20th Annual Indy Jazz Fest took place September 13-22 at venues across the city. NUVO Photo Contributor Mark Sheldon was there photographing every show of the 10-day event. This included performances by the Indy Jazz Band, Rayford Griffin, and Larry Carlton. Find more info on the festiva…