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In Music We Trust Records Presents:
Chris Marshall
August Light

Heartfelt with a soaring voice; delivering powerful songs about life, redemption, love, and living life to the fullest, here is an album that obviously loves life - the highs and the lows - and cherishes every moment.
FREE MP3: Thirty Pieces of Silver
Darker the Night

Drawing heavily from North Mississippi trance blues, a bit from Appalachia, and burns with the energy of punkabilly!
FREE MP3: Cardiac Arrest in D
Casey Neill & The Norway Rats
Goodbye to the Rank and File

Richard Thompson influenced the result as much as Husker Du and The Clash. Casey Neill & The Norway Rats' sound combines post-punk energy, narrative storytelling, haunting ballads, and whiskey-fueled rave-ups.
FREE MP3: All Summer Glory
Michael Dean Damron
Father's Day

Think Steve Earle, Waylon Jennings, and Townes Van Zandt. This is real-life country-rock-folk delivered by a man that has lived it, and isn't afraid to sing about it. Alt. country and outlaw country fans will really dig this.
FREE MP3: Beautiful and Damned
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In Music We Trust Magazine
SHOW REVIEW: Spiritualized April 8, 2022 @ Revolution Hall (Portland, Oregon) The Mistons - World of Convenience: The duo takes pages from the books of Northwest punk rock legends Dead Moon and The Wipers on their debut album.
Water Tower - Fly Around: A ten-track collection of indie, folk, bluegrass, psychedelic, and punk, the album is produced by The Germs’ drummer Don Bolles. Rakes - Rakes: Portland, OR-based male-female vocal combo Rakes come alive on their eleven-track debut full-length.
Beth Waters - This Little Piggy: poetic lyrics, memorable melodies, gently addictive hooks, sturdy structures and a voice that's equal parts worn and wonder Everclear - Welcome to the Drama Club: Calling this an Everclear album is just a joke considering Alexakis is the only member of the band that hasn't quit in frustration over his anger issues and choking control.
Pink Nasty - Mold the Gold: With the singing style of a classic jazz singer that's woken up to the world of pop-rock... Libby Johnson - Annabella: "Annabella" is a seamless series of small stories, most of which are sad yet sweet, and many of them sound like old friends within a couple of listens.
Hello Stranger - Hello Stranger: The debut from this Los Angeles-based electro-pop trio is simply one of the most engaging and entertaining records I've heard all year. Loreena McKennitt - An Ancient Muse: Like a great film or book, music should be transportive...
Emily Haines & the Soft Skeleton Knives Don?t Have Your Back: Listening to Emily Haines, two words keep coming mind: Lisa Germano.Music Law: Copyright and the Recording Studio - The assistance of an experienced engineer or producer in the recording studio can be invaluable
Music Law: Words Matter - A single word or two can have a huge impact on the meaning of a contract.INTERVIEW: Jon Garcia - Austin singer-songwriter moves to Portland, releases new record, finds creativity.
PODCAST: MastanMusic Episode 9 featuring Umka and an In Music We Trust showcase with guest DJ Alex SteiningerPODCAST: MastanMusic Episode 10: Mark Twain Indians, Kind Of Like Spitting, Jon Garcia, Swim Swam Swum, The Hold Steady, Paper Cameras, and 44 Long.
Advice from a Lawyer: Why You Need a Band Agreement It's important to deal with these issues...Advice from a Lawyer: Legal and Biz Issues for Indie Artists Is Your Music on MySpace Still Yours?
SHOW REVIEW: Sufjan Stevens w/ My Brightest Diamond Live at the Crystal Ballroom -- October 13, 2006SHOW REVIEW: Vashti Bunyan Vashti Bunyan's first U.S. appearance!
SHOW REVIEW: The Killers Live @ Roseland -- Portland, OregonSHOW REVIEW: Hannah Montana Live at the Rose Garden, Portland, Oregon -- September 17, 2006
SHOW REVIEW: The Ditty Bops Clark County Ampitheater - Ridgefield, WA Moving in Stereo Volume 20
Moving In Stereo Volume 19 Moving in Stereo Volume 18
Moving In Stereo Volume 17 Moving In Stereo Volume 16
The Fall of Troy - Doppelganger: Truly pushing the boundaries of heavy progressive rock. Facing New York - Facing New York: Their jazzy discordance takes a while to grasp at first, but...
Evolotto - Smile: Aggressive, angst-ridden rock End of Level Boss - Prologue: Blending the particles of space rock, stoner metal, and grunge before the blow up.
The Heuristic - Parapraxes: As much indie rock flare as math-rock muscle Ichabod - Reaching Empyrean: Savory mid-tempo stoner rock
Half Light - Wait for Someday: You'd swear that Mazzy Star has found her way out of a rehab clinic... Fast Eddie - Teen Sensation: Working off of the template put forth by bands like Mr. Bungle and Ween...
Man in Gray - No Day / No Night: A super charged indie rock affair Just Surrender - If These Streets Could Talk: Another suburban whining rock band comes barreling through...
Kids Against Combs Sean Hannity (631) 673-8003: Kids Against Combs are on a crusade of sorts to expand the vapid minds of sleeping Americans. Clutch - Robot Hive/Exodus: Contains all of the left of center nuances that made this band an underground hit.
Go Betty Go - Nothing Is More: A female-fronted quartet that delivers pop-punk with a hearty dose of punk The Bangkok Five - 10 The Hard Way: A non-stop, unrelenting 5-track album filled with loud, pull-no-punches rock
Erik Larson - Faith, Hope, Love: Alabama Thunderpussy axeman Erik Larson's latest solo sojourn Man on Earth - Disposable Sounds for the Fickle Mind: NYC's Man on Earth plays the kind of melancholic music you'd expect from a British outfit
Trephine - Trephine: Instrumental metal gold? Twilight - Twilight: The best the American black metal scene has to offer
UIver - Blood Inside: No longer death metal, but still very intense! Unshine - Earth Magick: Female fronted Finnish Goth rockers.
V:28 - Soul Saviour: Unleashing depraved forms of metal. Widow - On Fire: Widow's haunting old school metal...

Featured Articles

Show Reviews and Interviews
INTERVIEW: Anthrax : An interview with Anthrax vocalist Joey Belladonna

The Method and Result : The Things You Miss
Mest : Photographs
Novadriver : Deeper High
The New Electric : The New Electric
Presto Ballet : Peace Among The Ruins
Michael Meanwhile : Coming Quietly
Age of Silence : Complications: Trilogy of Intricacy
Beautiful Creatures : Deuce
Bedlight for Blue Eyes : The Dawn
The Black Spoons : My Dear Radium

Playing Enemy : I Was Your City
Project X : Straight Edge Revenge
Ringword : Justice Replaced By Revenge
Saviours : Warship
Scars of Tomorrow : The Horror of Realization
The Runs : Wet Sounds
Singapore Sling : Life Is Killing My Rock 'n' Roll
Sick Bees : The Marina Album
Rufio : The Comfort of Home
Schleprock : Learning To Fall

Metal/Hard Rock
Witchcraft : Firewood
Wrecking Crew : 1987-1991
YOB : The Unreal Never Lived
You Will Die : You Will Die
Zatokrev : Zatokrev
Sheavy : Republic?
Age of Silence : Complications: Trilogy of Intricacy
Beautiful Creatures : Deuce
Lacrimas Profundere : Napalm
Infliction : The Silencer

Eddie Spaghetti : Old No. 2
John Hiatt : Master of Disaster
John Prine : Fair & Square
Nickle Creek : Why Should the Fire Die?
Stephen Bruton From The Five : From The Five

Psychophile : Vodka Milk
LSDJ : Reflections
Electronic Barnacle Island : Deeply Faulted Area Resembling An Upright Deck of Cards

The Crest : Skeptik
Ginny Owens : Long Way Home


DVD Reviews
DVD: South Park : The Complete Sixth Season
DVD: Fraiser : The Complete Sixth Season
DVD: Cheers : The Complete Sixth Season
DVD: The Brady Bunch : The Complete Fourth Season
DVD: The Bellrays : At the Barfly
DVD: Beavis & Butt-Head : The Mike Judge Collection Volume 1
DVD: 21 Jump Street : The Complete Fourth Season

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