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by Symptom Advice on May 25, 2012

Singled out: Six60′s ForeverNew Zealand’s Six60 are getting ready to bring their mix of rock, soul and dub step to North America for a spring tour and to celebrate we asked frontman Matiu to tell us about their latest single “Forever” from their self-titled debut.

Road Trip: Jefferson City, Missouri – It’s a Gas!You’re going to prison! no, this has nothing to do with those unpaid parking tickets or that jaywalking incident. You’ll likely enjoy your trip to the historic Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City and, while you’ll want to spend some time, you don’t have to stay.

Singled out: mbilly’s malheurToday mbilly tells us about the title track to his new album “malheur,” which is set to hit stores on June 5th.

Singled out: Freak Kitchen’s Teargas JazzToday Mattias IA Eklundh from Freak Kitchen tells us about the song “Teargas Jazz” from their latest album “Land of the Freaks”.

Kasabian – Velociraptor!Kasabian is one of those bands that may get lumped in with many other hyped British acts. The group can’t help that. even so, don’t let all the hype keep you away from Velociraptor! this is the sort of album that ought to put Kasabian up into the rarified air of the very best British bands.

Singled out: Leigh Marble’s JackrabbitToday Leigh Marble tells us about the song “Jackrabbit” from his brand new album “Where The Knives Meet between The Rows”.

Kaiser Chiefs LiveWe all dream about seeing a band with a mammoth stage presence inside the intimacy of a club. Chicago’s wish was granted when the English band the Kaiser Chiefs took to the House of Blues stage on a stop in between their two performances at Coachella

Singled out: Jon AndersonToday legendary yes frontman Jon Anderson tells us a little bit about his new 21-minute single which is called “Open.”

Passport: Drunk Souls- Slim Loris- Rooftop Runners- Monks of MellonwahKevin Wierzbicki takes a musical trip around the world to listen to new releases from France, Sweden, Canada, Germany and Australia.

Singled out: Unleashed’s OdalheimToday Unleashed vocalist and bassist Johnny Hedlund tells us about the title track to their new concept album, Odalheim.

Wilson Phillips – DedicatedWilson Phillips aren’t trying to build a better mouse trap here- their parents created the quintessential California sound with this music but the girls don’t have any such burden of genius upon them. They’re just having fun interpreting some of the most enduring pop songs ever written.

Singled out: Justin Jude’s BleedToday award winning singer-songwriter Justin Jude tells us about the song “Bleed” from his brand new EP “5 Kinds of Rain”.

Singled out: Prozak (Feat Sid Wilson from Slipknot)Today Prozak tells us about “End Of Us” and “Million Miles Away” from his brand new album “Paranormal”.

The Who – Quadrophenia: The Director’s CutQuadrophenia has never sounded more pristine and the extras included within the box set place the album in a wholly new light. if anything, it further demonstrates the brilliance of Pete Townshend and his manic mastery of the studio.

Singled out: CrashSceneToday Jacen Ekstroms and Troy Healy from CrashScene tell us about “I Fall Apart” and “Don’t Tell Me what To Do” from their new self-titled album.

MorleyView Darin Bennett & The RequiemIn this age of American Idol, The Voice, et al, it’s harder and harder to find a musician with their own voice — a true original. well look no further cuz one of the most original and fiercely independent artists out there has just released a new record. Morley spoke with Darin to learn all about it!

Singled out: Barren Earth’s as It Is WrittenKasper Martenson from Barren Earth tells us about the song “As It Is Written” from their sophomore album “The Devil’s Resolve”.

Sites and Sounds: Blackout Festival- Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival and MoreantiMusic’s travel editor Kevin Wierzbicki once again tells us about rockin’ places to visit this month including The Blackout Festival, the Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival, Soul Beach in Aruba and the Revival Festival.

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