A new limited edition Dogwood tshirt is now for sale over on the TeeBlaster site. Get this limited print on Black or Forest Green shirt and in sizes small-xxxl (for men). There is also a black tshirt available in women’s sizes.
In addition to this awesome news, you can also help relaunch Indie Vision Music by purchasing a limited print of the new IVM logo here. Campaign ends in 13 days so get yours now. Shirt is available in three different colors for men and three different colors for women. Sizes small-xxxl
Look for more limited edition tshirts by a few old school bands in the future. For now enjoy these two shirts and tell all your friends to pick one up.
The current plan is to relaunch Indie Vision Music in July 2016 (yes, next month). Next month just happens to be the 16th anniversary of the founding of IVM. Get ready!
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I have been reading quite a few “lists” lately and it has inspired me to create my own for fun. I get tired of reading the same lame ones by some “bigger” websites and this is my chance to expand upon the topic. Enjoy the list below. Also, take that Relevant Magazine 😉 [Update: March 29th – Now featuring music/videos of each artist embedded in post below]
I just recently purchased this new album from Sean O’Donnell titled “Spirit Junkie” off of iTunes and so glad I did. Sean has been playing in bands for nearly two decades including such groups as Dogwood, Yellowcard, and Reeve Oliver. Heck, his band Reeve Oliver even appeared on an episode of Yo Gabba Gabba that my kids were watching one day, that’s big time right? Anyway, back to the music. Sean has truly perfect his craft from years of past experiences songwriting and slinging the guitar around. It pays off on “Spirit Junkie”, a alt-rock gem hidden among and endless trove of bands all clamoring for the spotlight. Sean’s witty, and sometimes sarcastic lyrical input, gives these songs a certain charm lacking in today’s modern alternative rock. The songs strike me as finding a balance somewhere between Death Cab For Cutie, Yellowcard, and Jimmy Eat World if that makes sense.
I still remember watching Sean shred on stage many nights behind Josh Kemble (Vocals/Dogwood), some shows even I booked. Best show I witnessed was with Thrice and Dogwood at House of Blues of Anaheim in 2001. BEST.SHOW.EVER! Enough about that. Spirit Junkie is the album you absolutely need to add to your collections as soon as possible. It’s available in most digital formats including bandcamp here or on iTunes.