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Breaking Down the Kansas Bible Company EP Dad's Day

29th April 2015 2 comments

Kansas Bible Company is gaining press with articles in Nashville Cream and Paste and has a recent EP out called Dad’s Day.  No LP announced, but as they are touring, they are building credibility in the rock industry which is fickle to all but the most hardworking bands, no matter the talent, and they have […]

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Impact of Music on Culture: Subconscious Style

13th April 2015 No comments

This article is about the manner in which musical style transfers to different musicians and the impact that has on the music they create. This is important because musical creation is influenced by not just genres, but by thoughts about genres, songs, originality, messages in music, and art. The first way is through the subconscious, […]

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Happy Weekend!

7th March 2015 1 comment

A funny thing has happened of late: We’ve started working with authors! More official news on that will follow at a later date but it can’t be stated enough how much it continues to astound us how much Thirty Roses has grown. There seems to be a symbiosis between music and literature as both allow […]

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Happy Weekend!

10th January 2015 1 comment

Happy, happy Saturday! I don’t know about any of you, but there are few things I find more fascinating than the effects of music on the brain. Not only is music education beneficial for numerous reasons, but the simple act of listening to music affects the brain. It has also been recently discovered that the […]

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Underappreciated Artists: Puro Instinct

8th January 2015 3 comments

Puro Instinct come from Los Angeles, California.  They are sisters, Piper and Skylar Kaplan. Piper is the singer, and Skylar plays the lead guitar. When their debut studio album, Headbangers in Ecstasy came out in 2011, Skylar was sixteen and Piper was twenty-three. Let that sink in, their lead guitarist was sixteen. It is simply amazing […]

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Our Biggest Year Ever…Again

2nd January 2015 No comments

I vividly remember sitting in my office last year (2013) reading our year-end statistics report with something that can only be described as awe and slight bewilderment. I sat down to write a ‘Thank you‘ letter to our readers, subscribers, and anyone who has stopped by and read or shared anything they’ve found on Thirty […]

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Spotify (Again) – Artists Still Fighting the Wrong Battle

14th November 2014 5 comments

I swore I wasn’t going to write anything about this. I promised myself and my mental well-being that I wasn’t going to write anymore about this, yet here I am…writing again about Spotify. Same song, slightly different tune. We all know Taylor Swift pulled her catalog from the streaming service and since then, it’s all […]

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Noel Gallagher Releases Video for 'In the Heat of the Moment'

23rd October 2014 No comments

We mentioned last week that Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds would be releasing a new album, Chasing Yesterday, in March of next year. Now Gallagher has released the debut video for lead single ‘In the Heat of the Moment.’ Here ya go!

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Happy Weekend!

18th October 2014 2 comments

A Facebook friend of mine posted a picture yesterday which said there are only 10 Fridays until Christmas. Does that seem a bit terrifying to anyone else? It’s time to start thinking of what the best records of 2014 have been. What have your favorites been? Let us know in case we’ve overlooked something! Last […]

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