Machine Guns & Motorcycles’ glorious new record released
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Yeah, Thank You, Sorry is a downer of an album, but the power, life and confidence running through its musical veins is enough to keep you coming back for more
— and assure you better days are ahead.
Local rapper Ace One is the hardest working MC in Indy. Is 2014 his year?
Vess von Ruhtenberg claims that he wrote each of the nine tracks on American Gas Jive in the hour before band rehearsal: one track = one hour.
“It’s a sign of inspiration and progress,” singer/guitarist Vess Ruhtenberg said. “I just like to work fast. I like to keep moving along. I don’t like to get bogged down in any one thing.”
After starting at the 1051, John Zeps' addition to his empire and a welcome all-ages venue that promises to hold many moments of Indianapolis rock history, I got to the Alley Cat in time to catch Everything, Now!.
I've been through a lot with Vess Ruhtenberg. He has been involved in some of my favorite things and is responsible for some of the things I hate most.
Between the initial costs of starting a record label and finding bands worth a damn to release, maintaining momentum is no easy task, particularly when the focus is on releasing vinyl, as opposed to the CD format.
If there were one guitarist to define rock music in Indianapolis, it would have to be John Zeps.
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