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Listen to Death Cab for Cutie’s new song “Black Sun”

Listen to Death Cab for Cutie’s new song “Black Sun”

Spenser Milo January 26, 2015 0

Off their upcoming and anticipated album, Death Cab for Cutie have released “Black Sun.” Kintsugi, the titled of the new record, will be released on March 31st. Listen to the fantastic first single, “Black

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Album Review: Panda Bear – <i>Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper</i>

Album Review: Panda Bear – Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper

Luke Thornton January 15, 2015 0

Growing up is a process of discovery. Listening to him, I’ve always felt a certain affinity and sense of wonder with Noah Lennox AKA Panda Bear. The music he started out making always reminded

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Ellie Goulding debuts “Love Me Like You Do” off <i>Fifty Shades of Grey</i>  soundtrack

Ellie Goulding debuts “Love Me Like You Do” off Fifty Shades of Grey  soundtrack

Lauren Moranor January 8, 2015 0

After touring around the world in support of of her highly-successful sophomore album, Halcyon Days, Ellie Goulding has gone quiet. The British songstress has been busy working on her follow-up album while also reportedly

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Listen to Future of What’s “Daydream 99″

Listen to Future of What’s “Daydream 99″

Spenser Milo December 15, 2014 0

The third song Future of What has¬†released off their upcoming, fantastic album Pro Dreams, “Daydream 99″ is a perfect tune to accompany any holidaze. Listen to “Daydream 99″ below!

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Why pop music was better in 2014

Why pop music was better in 2014

Lauren Moranor December 12, 2014 0

Pop music has taken a lot of flak over the years. Some of it was completely warranted as the genre took on more fluff than quality, but 2014 was a year that changed that.

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Staff Lists: Top 10 albums of 2014

Staff Lists: Top 10 albums of 2014

Spenser Milo December 11, 2014 0

As stated in our top ten albums of the year, 2014 has been eclectic. Through some amazing artists and bands, 2014 heightened the bar in terms of what music really connects with the listener.

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With clarity and ease, Real Estate made <i>Atlas</i>  one of the best albums of 2014

With clarity and ease, Real Estate made Atlas  one of the best albums of 2014

Luke Thornton December 11, 2014 1

At some point in life, nostalgia can run its course — The present is worrisome enough. As the years grow, so does how complicated it gets and how much harder to hold onto any

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Taylor Swift is music’s most self-aware artist

Taylor Swift is music’s most self-aware artist

Spenser Milo December 9, 2014 0

For years now, pop music has struggled to find someone who stands out among the masses. Literally anyone can be a popular music artist these days; from YouTube, to a has-been making a comeback,

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How Spoon’s <i>They Want My Soul</i>  was one of 2014’s best albums

How Spoon’s They Want My Soul  was one of 2014’s best albums

Luke Thornton December 9, 2014 0

How do you get to keep your soul? Life, people, and institutions all ask at some point of our money, time, work, love, faith and individuality. This summer, I worked a job for a

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The top 10 albums of 2014

The top 10 albums of 2014

Spenser Milo December 8, 2014 0

The year opened up with the tail end of enthusiasm from Beyonce’s surprise album from 2013 and now seems to be ending with a combination of Foo and Swift — 2014 has been very

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